Sexy texts revealed in murder trial

A POLICE prosecutor who was working out of Grafton when he exchanged saucy text messages with solicitor Katie Foreman has been forced to give evidence at her murder trial.

The NSW Supreme Court heard Ms Foreman was known as the "sexy solicitor" in the Illawarra region where she worked until she was burned to death.

Her boyfriend Bradley Rawlinson and two others, Bernard Justin Spicer and Michelle Sharon Proud, have been charged with her murder.

Senior Constable Sean Thackray told the NSW Supreme Court he never had sex with Ms Foreman but that they had regularly swapped flirtatious texts and emails and engaged in two "heavy petting" sessions.

The married father of three said their friendship began after he agreed to make some changes to a file regarding one of her juvenile clients while they were working in the Wollongong courts.

It was reported that Snr Const Thackray had been working at Grafton when he messaged Ms Foreman from a local motel and told her he wished she was there performing sexually explicit acts.

Transcripts of the pairs' conversations were handed to the jury.

The court heard Sen Const Thackray faced disciplinary action for misusing the police email but was found not to have breached any other policies.

Another police officer who admitted having sex with Ms Foreman was also investigated but cleared of misconduct.

The trial continues.

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