130 fake Facebook accounts created by U.S. man to harrass his ex-girlfriend

GMA News Online, citing Mercury News, reports that Loas Angeles resident Jesus Felix, 22, was charged for harassing his 16-year-old ex-girlfriend by creating fake online accounts.

GMA News Online, citing Mercury News, reports that Los Angeles resident Jesus Felix, 22, was charged for harassing his 16-year-old ex-girlfriend by creating fake online accounts. This included numerous Craigslist listings with sexually explicit photographs of his former girlfriend and 130 Facebook accounts with the same content.

 

Felix is reportedly the first person to be convicted for violating California’s Internet Impersonation Law, which took effect at the start of 2011. The report said that the investigation started when the victim’s mother discovered several online profiles containing her daughter’s contact information. The victim was not named in the report.

 

Felix was sentenced to five years’ probation, 30 days’ road work and a year in jail unless he completes counseling, anger management and sex therapy classes. He was also ordered to stay away from the victim and have no Internet access during his probation.

 

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