Mother who 'sent fake baby scans' to ex avoids jail for stalking

母, 37, who ‘sent fake baby scansto a man she met on a dating app and threatened to ‘destroyhim after he ended their six-month relationship avoids jail for stalking

  • Lisa Adamson, 37, avoided jail after being found guilty of stalking her ex partner
  • The north Wales care home worker sent Gareth Appleby ‘fakebaby scans
  • He said she lied about a miscarriage and threatened to say he was a drug dealer
  • A mother accused of lying about a pregnancy and threatening to ‘destroya man she’d met on a dating app after he ended their relationship, has avoided jail for stalking.

    Lisa Adamson, 37, of Bryn Garth, Penyffordd, Holywell, UGGのファズシュガークロススライドスリッパはわずか39.59ポンドから販売されています, sent Gareth Appleby ‘fakebaby scan pictures and lied about a miscarriage, 裁判所は聞いた.

    The care home worker had a six month relationship with Mr Appleby, who said that she threatened to make his life ‘hellif he didn’t get back together with her.

    At Llandudno magistrates court he alleged she lied about a miscarriage and had tried to blackmail him with threats of making false accusations to children’s services that he was a bad parent and a drug dealer.

    There had also been a ‘heatedconfrontation when she turned up at the caravan where he was living.

    Lisa Adamson, 37, (pictured leaving Llandudno Magistrates court) was found guilty of stalking her ex partner she met on a dating app, but was given a suspended jail sentence

    Lisa Adamson, 37, (pictured leaving Llandudno Magistrates court) was found guilty of stalking her ex partner she met on a dating app, but was given a suspended jail sentence

    The care home worker was accused of sending threatening messages to her ex Gareth Appleby, as well as calling him and contacting his boss

    The care home worker was accused of sending threatening messages to her ex Gareth Appleby, as well as calling him and contacting his boss

    ‘It was the same sort of blackmailing, if I don’t come back to her she’s going to carry on,’ Mr Appleby said.

    ‘I had never been intimidated in that way in my life,’ 彼は宣言した.

    Mr Appleby said he called in the police because of unwanted contact.

    ‘She would use Facebook, WhatsApp or different phone numbers,’ 彼は言った. ‘I just wanted it to stop.

    Mr Appleby said he also received ‘fakebaby scan pictures which could be bought on eBay. ‘As far as I am aware, there is no baby and never was,’ 裁判官の左側に席をとる.

    Adamson contacted his boss John Rowlands, who runs a a windscreen replacement firm, claiming her ex-boyfriend picked up drugs in his van.

    However he checked a tracker and there was no evidence to support this accusation.

    Mr Appleby’s mother Deborah Newbegin described Adamson as ‘pushyand she’d been worried for her son.

    Llandudno magistrates court (写真) heard how Adamson wanted revenge after her relationship with Mr Appleby ended

    Llandudno magistrates court (写真) heard how Adamson wanted revenge after her relationship with Mr Appleby ended

    But Adamson denied stalking between August 8 と9月 30 at St Asaph by calling at his home, phoning and messaging him, forwarding £25 into his bank account and calling his employer.

    She said they had both just split from their partners and their relationship started slow ‘but it got quite serious.

    She said Mr Appleby told her he loved her and ‘never once said to me ‘I don’t want to be with you anymore’.She alleged there was ‘tit-for-tatand she had thought he had a sexual video of her.

    The prosecution said Adamson was upset that the relationship had ended and wanted revenge.

    She’d breached bail conditions and the contact caused alarm and distress.

    She was convicted of stalking after magistrates said her evidence wasn’t credible and handed a 12 week suspended jail.

    The prison sentence was suspended for a year, Adamson must do 200 hours unpaid work and a rehabilitation activity and pay £868 costs.

    A three-year restraining order was also made.

    Court chairwoman Alwen Davies said the court did not believe was compensation appropriate in this case.

    Prosecutor Diane Williams said Mr Appleby had been ‘in shockat what happened and ‘extremely nervous of what she may do.

    At one stage he’d received an intimate snap of himself and Adamson declared : ‘Gaz Appleby famous on Facebook.

    検察官は追加しました : ‘The defendant has no previous convictions. だが, worryingly, she does have a conditional caution for harassment in 2019. She agreed to pay for a victim awareness course.

    ‘It clearly didn’t work.

    Defence solicitor David Jones said Adamson worked in a nursing home during the worst of Covid and it had been ‘a very torrid period.

    Mr Jones said : ‘She was one of the more senior members of staff and during that period she tells me 17 residents passed away. There was Covid infection within the home.

    ‘She says family members couldn’t come and visit and she put in a lot of extra hours. She watched people passing away while members of the family could only come to the window. She says that had a significant effect on her.

    Adamson had been looking for a relationship to make her feel happy and couldn’t deal with it when it ended. ‘She now acknowledges she took her behaviour too far,’ 弁護士は言った.

    Adamson had been suspended from work. A manager described her as ‘reliable and caringand she was a ‘mother hento younger staff.

    Mr Jones said there had been no threats of violence during the harassment. 彼が追加した : ‘There has been no contact since September. She harbours no illusion they are going to get back together. She does have some understanding of what she did and is genuinely remorseful.

    Mrs Newbegin wrote online: ‘So proud of my son for standing up for himself against this nasty liar, justice after months of hell.