A former nurse who was jailed for using male aliases to con women into sending naked pictures could get dragged back to prison for repeating the offences just months after she was released. Adele Rennie, 28, was sentenced to 22 months in prison in for cyber stalking after she admitted a host of invented personas to carry out stalking and sexual offences against 10 women. She was released in October after 10 months in jail — but three months later she carried out fresh attacks against three new victims. She then rang Rennie to call his bluff. Rennie, from Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, used voice-changing apps to have sexually charged conversations with her victims. Her victim managed to piece up the puzzle after a friend told her Rennie, from Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, had used voice-changing apps to have sexually charged conversations with her victims in the past.
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A prison officer has been caught sending sexually explicit pictures and letters to inmates at the jail where she worked. Chelsea Scott, 38, now faces a prison sentence herself for having inappropriate affairs with two men at the same time. She admitted two charges of misconduct while in public office after the affairs were discovered in January last year. Prosecutor Richard Doman said Scott admitted having inappropriate relationships with the men when she was later questioned by police. Max Reeves, defending, told the court Scott did not have sex with either man in prison, but did meet the inmate from Suffolk on days he was allowed out. If you have a story for our news team, email us at webnews metro. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Former Utah teacher sentenced to jail for keeping naked pictures of female student on his phone
Courtney Wild, an unnamed victim in the lawsuit against the Department of Justice for the secret plea deal that allowed Epstein to avoid similar charges, spoke for the first time in court with a fellow accuser. Annie Farmer said she was 16 when she met Epstein in New York. She said he later flew her to New Mexico to spend time with him there.
Two Jeffrey Epstein accusers urged a judge Monday to keep the wealthy financier behind bars until he goes on trial on federal charges that he sexually abused underage girls. Courtney Wild, an unnamed victim in the lawsuit against the Department of Justice for the secret plea deal that allowed Epstein to avoid similar charges, spoke for the first time in court with a fellow accuser. The Associated Press doesn't name alleged victims of sexual abuse without their consent. Through their lawyers, both Farmer and Wild said they were willing to be publicly identified. Judge Richard M.