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Denise Lee (photo) launched a vicious hate campaign against her former lover's new girlfriend with a barrage of emails sent to 127 family members, friends and colleagues.

Revealing details are known of the mean e-mail hate campaign of a scorned doctor against the new friend of her Tinder date.

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Sydney radiologist Denise Jane Lee (40) was to have a five-day trial this week, accused of sending more than 9,000 offensive texts, iMessages, and emails to Matthew Holberton, his new girlfriend and their relatives.

But after lengthy negotiations between her lawyer and the public prosecutor, Lee pleaded guilty to three counts of using a coach service to harass or threaten or insult and one count of intimidation.

Lee is still facing potential imprisonment, despite six allegations that have been withdrawn.

Shocking details have emerged about the barrage of emails Lee sent to 127 relatives, friends and colleagues of Mr. Holberton's new friend Georgia Dempster.

Denise Lee (photo) launched a vicious hate campaign against her former lover's new girlfriend with a barrage of emails sent to 127 family members, friends and colleagues.

Denise Lee (photo) launched a vicious hate campaign against her former lover's new girlfriend with a barrage of emails sent to 127 family members, friends and colleagues.

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The court heard earlier that Lee sent 9000 offensive and threatening texts and iMessages to Holberton after their & # 39; very, very short relationship & # 39; ended in 2015.

& # 39; I'm going to redecorate your life & # 39 ;, read a spooky message.

Another read & # 39; I will take revenge & # 39 ;.

Lee also threatened to focus on & # 39; what you value most & # 39 ;.

After he moved to Melbourne in early 2016, Mr. Holbertson started a new relationship with PhD student Georgia Dempster.

When Lee discovered that there was a new relationship, she responded to her threats to her former lover and launched a vicious e-mail campaign that attacked Mrs. Dempster's appearance, morality, and alleged sexual preferences, news.com.au reported.

The e-mails contain unfounded allegations of promiscuity, have sex with animals and show intentional private sharing.

Matthew Holberton leaves the court on Monday after a former loved one found guilty of three counts of using a coach service for harassing or threatening or insulting and one count of intimidation
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Matthew Holberton leaves the court on Monday after a former loved one found guilty of three counts of using a coach service for harassing or threatening or insulting and one count of intimidation

Matthew Holberton leaves the court on Monday after a former loved one found guilty of three counts of using a coach service for harassing or threatening or insulting and one count of intimidation

In the emails, Lee refers to Ms. Dempster as & # 39; The unit & # 39 ;.

& # 39; The unit finds her sooo beautiful. Do you also like The Unit? HAHAHAHAHAHA, & # 39; there is one email.

In another email with an Instagram photo of Mrs. Dempster in active clothing, Lee wrote: & # 39; It is absolutely unity, you can tell by the same ugly clothing she is wearing above and below, & # 39;

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Most e-mails were sent to Mrs. Dempster & # 39; s colleague & # 39; s at Melbourne University.

E-mails were also sent to Monash University staff, where Ms. Dempster's mother Bell Bell is a respected professor.

Georgia's father, Robert Dempster and his colleagues, also received emails.

Denise Lee responded to threats in some of the 9,000 messages (recreated message shown) to her former lover by launching an online hate campaign aimed at his new girlfriend

Denise Lee responded to threats in some of the 9,000 messages (recreated message shown) to her former lover by launching an online hate campaign aimed at his new girlfriend

Denise Lee responded to threats in some of the 9,000 messages (recreated message shown) to her former lover by launching an online hate campaign aimed at his new girlfriend

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Prosecutor Amin Assaad told the court on Monday that the emails questioned the integrity, appearance and relationship of Mrs. Dempster with Mr. Holberton.

He added that Lee & # 39; s behavior & # 39; nothing but stalk & # 39; used to be.

The e-mails were written at the end of 2016 and early 2017, which the police thought back thenhey attacked Lee & # 39; s Sydney home December 2016.

When Lee was arrested in February 2017, she was also found with photos on Mr. Holberton's social media, tracking data from his cycling routes, and information about his friends.

The court was told that the correspondence was so painful that some of Lee's victims considered suicide.

Denise Jane Lee (previously pictured in court) will be sentenced in February after pleading
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Denise Jane Lee (previously pictured in court) will be sentenced in February after pleading

Denise Jane Lee (previously pictured in court) will be sentenced in February after pleading

Magistrate Michael Barko earlier in October refused a defense application for the charges for psychological reasons.

He described the evidence he saw as & # 39; common & # 39; and then said it was a & # 39; very real impact & # 39; had on the victims.

& # 39; Taking into account all relevant materials … I am satisfied that the defendant is at least not mentally ill now, & # 39; he said.

Lee is convicted in February.

Dr. Lee was accused of sending 9000 texts to Matthew Holberton (pictured earlier this year)

Dr. Lee was accused of sending 9000 texts to Matthew Holberton (pictured earlier this year)

Dr. Lee was accused of sending 9000 texts to Matthew Holberton (pictured earlier this year)

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