This is exactly what this girl did to her ex boyfriend. he broke up with her and out of petty revenge she decides to impersonate him on facebook and send herself threatening emails all in a rouse to get him imprisoned and basically ruin his life.
There's more details in the article. check it out.
When they figured out that she was behind all this all she got as punishment was a year in jail. I think that's a miscarriage of justice if I ever saw one.
Most Helpful Girl
I think I would contact Facebook and notify them. I would probably call the police and give them the evidence as he may try using them against me (Revenge)0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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That's scary that the court believed her based on her narrative, without seeing if he actually sent the message (which is easy to to). That's like not checking a gun for finger prints or bullet identification. I wonder if he gets compensation for the time spent in jail, probably losing his job, the hassle and hundreds of thousands spent on lawyers. She gets one year of jail though.
I think if this kind of neglect by the court happened in the business sector, the business (or court) would be held liable.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE