NOVEMBER 30--A Florida woman is jailed on a felony charge after she placed a fake online dating ad in the name of another woman who purportedly sought men to come to her house and rape her as part of a “role play” activity, police report.
Frances Lee Tapscott, 39, was arrested Saturday afternoon for aggravated stalking, according to a criminal complaint.
The profile included the 25-year-old victim’s name as well as photos of the woman.
“The fake profile contained a request for an individual to come over and rape the victim, stating that she liked to ‘role play,’” according to the complaint.
When the profile began to “receive comments from interested men,” Tapscott allegedly provided them with the victim’s home address and telephone number.
The victim, the complaint notes, “was in fear for her safety” and fled her home after two men showed up at her residence “looking to ‘act out the fantasy.’” The felony complaint does not disclose Tapscott’s alleged motive for creating the fake profile, nor does it detail what, if any, relationship she has with the victim (seen above).
Seen at left, Tapscott lives in Largo, a city four miles south of Clearwater, where the victim resides.
He didn’t seem like that type of person.’ A woman has revealed the shocking injuries she sustained when a man she met on a dating website attacked and raped her.
Kat Berry, 31, met the man on the Plenty of Fish dating website and the two started chatting before arranging to meet at a pub in Victoria, Australia, on October 17 last year.
They instantly hit it off and returned back to her house where they spent the next five hours talking, drinking and watching music videos on You Tube. I remember bits and pieces.’ He brutally raped her but because Kat was hungover the next she day, she didn’t go to the hospital and hadn’t realise the extent of her injuries.
Kat told Daily Mail Australia: ‘We got along really well. She initially didn’t got to the Bendigo police station either because she felt it was ‘my own stupid fault for bringing him home’, but decided to report it the following night.
We discovered we got along better as mates, there was nothing sexual.’ But it all went wrong around 2am when Kat said she’d had too much to drink and told him she needed to go to bed. Kat was shocked to discover her alleged attacker had given her a fake name and phone number and deleted his dating profile on Plenty of Fish.
She added that she didn’t have any proof either and no DNA because he had used a condom.