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Lying Woman, 20, Claimed Innocent Man Kidnapped Her And Tied Her Naked To Lamppost During Three-Hour Rape Ordeal

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2387708/Aleisha-Worrell-claimed-innocent-man-kidnapped-tied-naked-lamppost-hour-rape-ordeal.html

A 20-year-old woman has been jailed for making up a false report claiming she was kidnapped, tied naked to a lamppost and raped.

Aleisha Worrell lied to police that innocent Sean Hibberd had abducted her for a brutal sexual assault.

A court heard how Mr Hibberd, 35, was held in custody for nine hours for 'intimate' physical examinations in the rape investigation.

But Worrell confessed she was lying after detectives discovered her evidence was 'full of holes'.

She said she wanted revenge on Hibberd because he was 'harassing' her boyfriend in a neighbourhood feud.

18 months jail. Is this a popular trend? We do appear to be having quite a lot of these types of cases recently.

Quite rightly jailed, although far less than what this bloke would have got if he'd have been convicted for this.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2387708/Aleisha-Worrell-claimed-innocent-man-kidnapped-tied-naked-lamppost-hour-rape-ordeal.html

18 months jail. Is this a popular trend? We do appear to be having quite a lot of these types of cases recently.

Quite rightly jailed, although far less than what this bloke would have got if he'd have been convicted for this.

The corollary of this is that, in genuine rape cases, juries may be less inclined to convict if they have the slightest doubt about the testimony of the alleged victim, because of the possibility of false accusation.

Women, as well as men, may thus pay a price due to this despicable behaviour by some women.

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