Meet Courtney Ireland-Ainsworth of Brackendale, U.K. Courtney is a fairly pretty girl who doesn’t like being rejected. So much so that she had her ex-boyfriend arrested six times, thanks to her multiple fake Instagram accounts.
A woman has been jailed for sending herself ‘vile’ threats from up to 30 fake Instagram accounts she created in attempts to get her ex-boyfriend locked up.
Courtney Ireland-Ainsworth, 20, of Brackendale, made 10 police statements and claimed that her former partner Louis Jolly, 22, threatened to stab her.
She also told police that Mr Jolly was harassing and stalking her, which led to him being arrested six times. After spending 81 hours in custody, Mr Jolly was charged with assault and was given a stalking protection order, along with a home curfew, an electronic tag, and even lost his job.
Now I’m no detective, but I’m fairly certain Mr. Jolly will be filing a lawsuit in 3… 2…
However, when police received the data from Facebook, it showed at least 17 Instagram accounts created using two of Ireland-Ainsworth’s email addresses and IP addresses connected to her home and mobile phone.
She was arrested and interviewed on 12 December, 2020, when she confessed, before the Crown Prosecution Service discontinued stalking and assault allegations against Mr Jolly.
In my time in law enforcement, I have seen and read some very vindictive women destroy men. That works both ways, obviously, but I don’t think I have seen someone this evil. Just accept the breakup and go on with your life.
And when you’re ready, give me a call!