PD: Woman breaks into ex's Scottsdale home, sexually assault teen brother

SCOTTSDALE, AZ - A woman is accused of breaking into her ex-boyfriend's home in Scottsdale and sexually assaulting his young brother.

Scottsdale police report that in the early morning hours they were contacted regarding a teen boy who had been sexually assaulted. 

Justine Renay Lewis, 30, is accused of breaking into her ex-boyfriend's home and biting his brother on the neck and kissing him. 

Lewis is also accused of returning later that day and breaking into the house through a window. She then allegedly grabbed the teenage boy, sat on top of him and sexually assaulted him. 

The boy told police that Lewis was distracted by a knock at the front door and he managed to escape, court documents said.

Lewis was located and arrested the next day by Tempe police near Scottsdale and McKellips roads. 

Lewis allegedly admitted to breaking into the home and having sex with the boy — but denied it was forced. She reportedly told police several times, "I didn't make him do anything."

Lewis has been charged with burglary, criminal trespassing and sexual conduct with a minor. 

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