Jilted ex-girlfriend has wrongly claimed that her ex-boyfriend gave her RAPED to punish him for having played it with her – & # 39; destroying his soul & # 39; and him suicide
- A woman wrongly claimed that her ex boyfriend had raped her to punish him
- Only hours before the complaint did she beg him to take her back
- She only admitted lying when the police noticed inaccuracies in her complaint
- The victim & # 39; lived in fear for more than a year and considered suicide & # 39;
A woman wrongly claimed that her ex boyfriend had raped her to punish him for ending their relationship.
Esha Verma, from Wellington, NZ, filed an official complaint with the Rape Crisis just a few hours after she reported to her house unsolicited in an attempt to win him back.
The 37-year-old police provided a three-hour interview that described the date, time, and details of the alleged assault.
But the police eventually found discrepancies in her claims and after further investigation, she admitted that she had lied to go back to her former flame.
The victim – whose name was suppressed by the court – lived in fear for over a year while pleading his innocence, NZ Herald reported.
Judge Denys Barry described the painful waiting for acquittal as & # 39; soul destruction & # 39; and said that the victim was so overwhelmed with despair that he considered suicide & # 39 ;.
Verma's legal team argued for a dismissal without conviction in Wellington District Court for Friday's conviction
The court heard that the victim was constantly undergoing emotional blackmail in the hands of Verma and was constantly anxious since the accusations.
He suffers nightmares and panic when he sees women who look like Verma in public.
The victim's mother caused a victim influence, in which Verma was accused of doing the worst possible without physically injuring him.
& # 39; I believe that you would have sent him [very quietly] to jail if the evidence had not seen you as a liar. & # 39;
Verma's legal team argued for a dismissal without conviction in Wellington District Court for Friday's conviction.
They said a conviction would limit her travel options and possibly lead to deportation.
She moved to New Zealand in 2010.
But the judge stated that the possibility of deportation does not outweigh the seriousness of the insult.
& # 39; There is no real remorse, no tangible empathy, and in fact after the guilty plea, the defendant put a lot of energy into trying to give the victim back the blame. & # 39;
Judge Barry sentenced Verma to one year in house arrest and placed a protection order for the victim.
The judge said he would not be surprised if Verma tried to ask for retribution or approach the victim based on her previous insult.
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