Friday, November 15, 2019

Teenager jailed after she trolled herself online to frame her ex-boyfriend

Clarice Crothers has been jailed for 8 months for attempting to frame her ex-boy friend with abusive messages
Clarice Crothers has been jailed for eight months for trying to frame her ex-boy good friend with abusive messages

A jilted teen despatched vile messages to herself on faux social media accounts in a bid to frame her ex-boyfriend for abuse after he dumped her.

Clarice Crothers, 18, has been jailed for eight months after telling police her ex-partner was harassing her and her household with threatening messages.

On one event she instructed officers she had acquired 100 abusive messages in a single day and claimed he instructed her she was being watched.

But investigations revealed she was trolling herself ‘in an attempt to get revenge’.

Clarice Crothers, aged 18, who has been sentenced to eight months in prison for perverting the course of justice at Warwick Crown Court. See SWNS story SWMDfake. In July 2018, she made seven allegations to police that she and her family had been receiving malicious communications from social media accounts set up by an ex-boyfriend. The messages included threats to harm her and her family, and also implied her home was being watched. On one day alone, she reported she had received over 100 messages. During the investigation, it was found that all of the messages had actually been sent with her knowledge from a fake account, in an attempt to get revenge.
Clarice Crothers trolled herself on faux social media accounts (Picture: SWNS)
Clarice Crothers pictured outside court. See SWNS story SWMDfake. A Warwickshire teenager went to the police to complain about upsetting malicious messages she said a young man had been sending to her social media account. When it then became clear the person she was blaming was not responsible, Clarice Crothers tried to put the blame onto another young man ??? who was in fact her accomplice. And at Warwick Crown Court, Crothers (18) of Darlow Drive, Stratford, pleaded guilty to two charges of doing acts intended to pervert the course of justice. In what Judge Peter Cooke described as ???a peculiar case,??? the court heard that she and Daniel Hewitt had set up false social media accounts from which they sent ???malicious messages??? to her own social media account in July last year.
She accused her ex of sending her abusive messages however had been sending them to herself Picture: SWNS)

Warwick Crown Court heard that Crothers made seven complaints about her ex-partner in July final yr and later tried to blame a good friend who helped her arrange the bogus accounts.



Judge Peter Cooke described it as ‘a peculiar case’ including: ‘This is serious, and I don’t need to put you underneath any illusions about it.’

Crothers admitted two expenses of perverting the course of justice and was jailed for eight months.



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