What a guy!

  • Friday, January 10, 2014

A woman went to the police to report harassment from a former lover.

She said the harassment came in the form of Facebook messages and postings as well as highly graphic sexual photographs of herself and this person. She said she became reacquainted with this person at a bar one night. They had been friends years ago. They exchanged phone numbers and planned to meet again. According to the report she asked him numerous times if he had a girlfriend and he said he did not.

They met up at a local bar and according to the report, got heavily intoxicated. They then had “a sexual encounter” and a few photographs were taken of the tow having sex.

Days later she began to get text messages from a girl claiming she was this guy’s girlfriend.

She then logged on to Facebook on her own personal page and the photos of the sexual encounter were posted there. He had them removed right away and contacted the “girlfriend and asked her to please not post any photos like that.

But the girlfriend began sending mean text messages according to the police report that said she would find the victim and F her up. She also threatened to send the photos to the victim’s family and friends. The victim then contacted the guy in an attempt to diffuse the situation He told her to F off and has had no further contact.The “girlfriend” sent a few more text messages telling the victim to stay away from her man and she did not reply. Then out of nowhere the victim got another text from the “girlfriend” saying thank you for not contacting my boyfriend.

The victim said she wanted to report this because she is worried she may run into the couple out in public.

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