Scorned Lover Allegedly Posed As Ex-Boyfriend’s Pregnant Wife To Lure Craigslist Rapists To Their Home…

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This is a rough one, you guys.

A pregnant woman in California barely escaped multiple rapes before realizing her husband’s ex-girlfriend was responsible for the attacks.

According to reports out of Orange County, 29-year-old Michelle Suzanne Hadley pretended to be her ex-boyfriend’s new wife on Craigslist where she would respond to M4W fantasy rape ads with pictures of the expecting mom, whose identity has not been released.

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She then gave the wife’s (who we’ll just call Jane Doe) address and schedule to several men, instructing them to go to “her” Anaheim home for what they believed was some consensual kink-play, and to ignore “her” cries for help as resisting was just part of the fantasy.

Luckily, the soon-to-be mom successfully defended herself against all of the Craigslist BDSM enthusiasts, including one man who physically assaulted her before she was able to run away and call for help.

The Ontario, California resident was first arrested for her insane catfishing revenge plot on June 24 and released on $100,000 bail… but when she continued the vile scheme, she was arrested AGAIN on July 14 for $1 million bail.

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Orange County Deputy District Attorney Richard Zimmer spoke to local ABC7 about the bizarre crime, saying:

“The fact that somebody would go to such lengths to get some sort of revenge on an innocent person, it’s pretty shocking.”

Before Mr. and Mrs. Doe were married, Michelle dated the U.S. Marshals Service agent for two years between 2014-2015 — and was enraged that he had moved on so quickly after they had broken up.

Michelle was charged with ten felonies in a SoCal court on Monday — including counts of stalking, stalking despite a restraining order, assault with the intent to commit a sexual offense during a first-degree burglary, and making criminal threats, plus six additional counts of attempted forcible rape — and if convicted, faces between seven years and life in prison.

Please stay safe online, everyone!

[Image via Anaheim Police Department.]

Jul 20, 2016 4:37pm PST

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