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False Accuser: Courtney Ireland-Ainsworth

Courtney Ireland-Ainsworth made 10 police statements claiming her ex was harassing and stalking her. (Reach)

>Courtney Ireland-Ainsworth and her boyfriend (Mr. Jolly) were together for 2 years but split up on “okay terms” in 2019.

>Courtney began seeing a new man called Declan Rice

>Presumably not over the break up with Mr. Jolly, she began manipulating the system to frame him

>She created 30 false profiles, sent vile messages utilizing those fake profiles, and told police that Mr. Jolly was the one sending them to her.

>She made 10 police statements, claiming he was harrassing and stalking her. Which resulted in him being arrested 6 times and spending 81 hours in custody.

>He was charged with stalking and assault. He was hit with a stalking protection order.

>He was bailed on a home curfew with an electronic tag, and lost his job.

>Prosecutor, Paul Blasberry, said she made numerous calls to police from July 15 to December 13, 2020. And she provided screenshots ofmessages and names of Instagram accounts, which she attributed to Mr. Jolly’s.

>Her mom had called police to report the alleged threats. As a result, he was hit with an interim stalking protection order on December 4. He was bailed for 6 weeks with an electronically tagged home curfew.

>Ainsworth later accused him breaching the order and her mom called the police on December 13 to report it.

>The big turnaround started when the police received data from Facebook. It showed at least 17 Instagram accounts created using 2 of her email addresses and IP addresses connected to her home and mobile phone.

>Ainsworth was arrested. She confessed to setting up the fake accounts before the Crown Prosecution Service discontinued stalking and assault allegations.

>Jim Smith, in her defense, claimed that his client was immature and was only 19 (not sure how 19 is too young to not know better than to do something like that). He diagnosed her as suffering from “complex” PTSD. He said: “She would have handled that breakdown (referring to the relationship) substantially differently than any other individual who was not subject to a mental disorder.”

>The judge, however, rejected her mental order defense. The judge said that her allegations had an “absolutely shattering effect” on the victim and his family, leaving him as a shell of his former self.

>Ainsworth was convicted of perverting the course of justice and was jailed for 10 months and given a 10 year restraining order.

Source (s)
The Sun


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