Dumped Lover Sent Men Wanting Sex At Work From His Ex After Putting Her On Swingers Website
A “vindictive” man rejected by a real estate agent he was having an affair with sent men into his office with the promise of sex after he created a fake account for her on the Fab Swingers site.
The man, who is in his 40s, also posted sexual photos of the woman to the site during his explicit online chats with other men as he masqueraded as her.
In just five days in September last year, she received numerous phone calls to her estate agents office in Leicester and six men showed up for ‘viewing appointments’ at the office, expecting sexual relations.
The man, whom LeicestershireLive chose not to name to protect the identity of the woman, appeared in Leicester Crown Court for sentencing, after pleading guilty to disclosing private sex photographs with the intention of cause distress.
Court heard the couple met in early 2019 on a dating site and were in a ‘top-to-bottom’ relationship – in part because they had a long-term relationship with another woman. , with whom he still lives.
The unwelcome visits took place days after the real estate agent was done with him.
Prosecutor Almas Ben-Aribia said: “It was a short relationship and she says she understood he had not handled the breakup well.
“On September 2, he sent her a picture of a woman and tried to make her jealous by saying he was dating someone else.
“On September 3 at 11 am, she was at work when an unknown man showed up at the office. He said he had an appointment for a visit. She was confused because she hadn’t made an appointment.
The man left, but another showed up at 1 p.m. the same day, saying the same thing, and left in a hurry after she told him she didn’t have a date.
She rushed after him and he finally told her that he had had an “explicit conversation” with someone sharing his name on Fab Swingers.
Ms Ben-Aribia said: “He showed her private sexual photographs that the accused took of her while they were in a relationship.
“A fake profile had been created in her name and was used to arrange dates to meet her for sex.
“Visits to his office continued.
Four other visits were made to the office by men and she also received phone calls from other men, as well as a note from the accused saying “I am sorry”.
On September 16, the accused was arrested by the Leicestershire Police. His phone was found to contain the private photos and also showed that he had accessed the Fab Swingers website, but during his first interview with the police he denied doing anything wrong.
However, in a second interview, he confessed everything.
During the Crown court hearing, part of a victim impact statement was read in court.
She said: “I live in fear of what he will do next. The images are now on the Internet and cannot be deleted.
“It affected every aspect of my life.”
The statement said the woman suffered embarrassment at work but also fear, fearing that a man expecting sex would visit her and “not take no for an answer.”
Kim Lee, representing the man, said: “He has real remorse. He is very distressed by the hurt, pain and inconvenience he caused to the complainant.
“He was very stressed.
“The reason he acted the way he did was just the fact that he was angry that she didn’t want to see him again.”
Judge Amjad Nawaz told Mr. Kim his client’s actions were “nothing short of vindictive.”
Sentencing the man to 12 months in prison, he said: “In retaliation, you created a profile that featured her.
“You pretended to be her and encouraged others to look for her and come to her workplace to have sex.
“The idea was to humiliate him in his workplace to maximize the distress that could be caused to him. “
Commenting on the private photographs, the judge said: “The invitation featured private images of her which were posted on the internet. Once they’re there, they’re there for the world.
He said he had to give the man an immediate jail term to have a deterrent effect on others.
He said: “In my opinion, this offense is the worst of its kind.
“Anything other than detention would send the wrong message. “
The defendant also received a five-year restraining order prohibiting him from contacting the plaintiff.