Lady controls ex’s life for two years by impersonating police

A jealous woman was somehow able to control her ex-boyfriend’s life, forbidding him from seeing other women and even going to certain bars for two years by posing as police officers and convincing him that he was under investigation.

Twenty-one-year-old Lauren Adderley and Mitchell Lloyd, 22, both from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom, were in a romantic relationship for only two months in 2014 but even though the guy made it clear he wanted nothing more to do with her after that, the lady spent the next two years making his life a living hell. She put together a sophisticated blackmail plan that has continued to battle many. Lauren told her ex that she had been the victim of a crime and asked him to provide a statement to the police. He accepted and was soon contacted by a certain Robert Hay, supposedly a police officer and a friend of Adderley’s family. He never knew that Robert Hay was actually an online alias of the 21-year-old.

After walking home with a female colleague, after a Christmas party in December 2014,  Lloyd received a  threatening email from the invincible ‘police officer’, asking why he had made his friend upset by seeing other women.

But this was only the beginning of a long and painful road for the young man. Soon, Hay started setting curfews for him, effectively banning him from going out to certain pubs and bars on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and

Sundays, ruining his social life in the process.

He was also banned from seeing or even speaking to some of his friends, mostly women, and that failing to  comply could result in hefty fines of up to £15,000.

“He abided by this, believing that it was a legitimate order, due to the official wording and the formal terms used,” Dafydd Roberts, the prosecutor in charge of this unusual case, said.

In order to keep the scam looking legit, Adderley dumped the “Robert Hay” alias, adopting “Darren Clarke”, a different police officer who had taken over the case. After a while, the case was turned over to a certain Elaine Thomas, a “senior police officer”, and the nightmare continued.

Two years into the relentless blackmail, Lloyd finally found the courage to tell his friends what he had been going through, and they advised him to go to the police about it.

Real officers were immediately able to deduce that the emails he had been receiving were fake and eventually traced them back to aAdderley.

She was eventually jailed for nine months, according to the BBC.

“Lauren Adderley created a complicated fiction of multiple fake profiles interacting with each other to her own satisfaction and reason. She used this sophisticated catfishstyle behaviour to completely manipulate the victim’s life, dictating when he could go out, where he could go and controlled his social interaction with other people for over two years,” said Jason Corden-Bowen, District Crown Prosecutor and Domestic Abuse Lead with West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service.

“The impact her actions had on the victim’s life cannot be understated and I would like to pay tribute to him for helping bring Adderley to justice.”

Lady controls ex’s life for two years by impersonating police Lady controls ex’s life for two years by impersonating police Reviewed by getitrightnigerians on 07:11:00 Rating: 5


  1. That's serious oo.. That woman is too mean.. Karishika

  2. That's serious oo.. That woman is too mean.. Karishika

  3. White people are the funniest people to be with


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