On Friday, 21 September 2012, mother-of-five Davina Williams found
herself facing two policemen on her doorstep. It was the start of a
year-long nightmare that still haunts the entire family. Her
fifteen-year-old daughter was missing and soon after was captured
on CCTV boarding a ferry to France with her thirty year-old school
teacher Jeremy Forrest. The newspapers called her The Runaway
Schoolgirl and some saw their romance as nothing more than a
harmless love story. But Forrest had abused his position of
responsibility and engaged his pupil in a sexual relationship. Now
Davina Williams, the mother of the teenager referred to as Gemma
Grant, tells the story of the abduction and subsequent capture of
Forrest, its harrowing aftermath and the traumatic trial to make
Forrest pay for his crimes. Told only as a mother knows how, Davina
Williams hopes her heart wrenching story will silence the parasites
who believed they should be together and allow 'Gemma' and her
family to finally move on with their lives.
John Blake Publishing Ltd
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