Man Who Posted Revenge Video Of Ex And Then Faked Cancer To Avoid Trial Jailed

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A cowardly man who posted revenge porn of his ex-girlfriend online and then despicably faked cancer to avoid trial has been jailed.

The Daily Mail report that, Michael Bull, 26, from Kent cruelly posted a video of himself and his ex having sex on a website and then sent her more than 170 aggressive messages and voicemails calling her ‘a rat’.

Judge Adele Williams asked the Crown Prosecution Service to do everything they can to remove the embarrassing film, before sentencing Bull to two years in Jail, at Canterbury Crown Court.

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The pair had been in a relationship when the sex tape was made, prosecutor John Keal told the court.

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Mr Keal said:

That was consensual on the basis that it remained private and was not shared. What he did was to upload it to a pornographic website where it could be viewed by the public.

He then subjected her to a barrage of messages on Facebook – in all about 170 or so – telling her she would be known to all her friends as the girl who was f***** on the internet.

They were very unpleasant messages indeed and he also left voice messages calling her a rat.

Mr Bull’s unfortunate victim told the court in a statement that she had been left frightened by her experience and felt harassed.

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The gutless Bull has previously been convicted for breach of non-molestation orders, admitted a charge of revenge porn and another charge of harassment.

However it gets worse, in a shocking attempt to avoid his trial Bull told his lawyers he had a cancerous growth on his spine resulting in an earlier hearing being postponed.

But Judge Williams sensibly ordered a medical investigation, it was then discovered that he didn’t have cancer at all and was faking in attempt to avoid punishment for his cuntish behaviour.

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Defending Bull, Andrew Espley, said:

He knows what he did wrong and he did it because he was angry.  After he was arrested he felt guilty and tried to remove the video but couldn’t because he had posted it anonymously.

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As well as his prison sentence Bull is forbidden to approach his ex for five years.

Judge Williams said:

This was very serious conduct indeed. This was utterly disgraceful and done for revenge against her, causing her the greatest possible distress… These offences show escalating behaviour on your part. You have shown no remorse or insight into your offending.

 


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