If one thinks that doing certain things on the internet is without consequences, think again. Creating phony profiles on-line and doing so with the “intent” to be vindictive does have its consequences. 34 year old Pilar Stofega has been charged with with second-degree harassment and breach of peace using the internet to get revenge on an old boyfriend in an effort to break up his marriage.
Waterford police say she created phony profiles of the former boyfriend’s current wife on some adult Web sites that included the wife’s home and work phone numbers and high school yearbook picture.
Stofega said she did to it “to be vindictive, knowing that the profiles would create marital problems between” the victim and her husband, according to court documents.
The plot came to life when strange men started calling a Waterford woman’s house over the summer, saying they had seen her profile on an adult Web site. (Yahoo News)