WOMAN CONVINCED OF CHEATING HER GIRLS IN SEX

WOMAN CONVINCED OF CHEATING HER GIRLS IN SEX

In one of the craziest stories I've ever heard, a woman was convicted of cheating on her girlfriend by having sex with a man.

  Gayle Newland, 25, was found guilty of sexual assault after asking the woman to use an eye bandage while she used a prosthetic penis during the attacks.

  "Role play and fantasy"

  Newland of Willaston, Cheshire claimed to be involved in role-playing and fantasy games.  However, the Chester Crown Court jury disagreed and convicted her of three counts of sexual assault.

  She was released on two other charges.

  Newland claimed that the other woman knew she was a woman and that they were both "fighting their sexuality."

  She denied using a blindfold and said she did not wear bandages around her chest, did not wear a wool hat or a bathing suit.  However, she admitted to creating a Facebook account named Kye Fortune.

  The victim told the court how he first met "Kye" online in 2011, and the couple formed a friendship.

  Kye initially said he did not want to meet because he received injuries from a car accident and a brain tumor.  After that, they talked frequently on the phone and eventually decided to meet at a hotel for sex, provided the victim wore a blindfold because of Kye's embarrassment of his scars.

 After that, they spent more than 100 hours with each other in the hotels and in the victims' apartment, the attacks taking place between February and June 2013.

  The deception was discovered only during the final meeting, when the victim contacted the eye, only to see Newland and not Kye.

  She insisted she always thought Kye was a man, telling the court, "In retrospect, I wish I had ripped off his mask earlier."

  Judge Roger Dutton said Newland had "serious personality issues" and could face "serious consequences" when she was convicted in November.

  In response, Newland shouted, "How can you send me down for something I've never done?"

  Then he began to cry in tears and repeatedly said, "I don't understand, I don't understand."

  The judge thanked the jurors for "careful examination" of the case and said he would present a "difficult conviction exercise."

  Newland was released on bail until she was convicted in November.

  A social storm

  Well, it's pretty crazy.  Obviously, social media is alive calling the victim a liar.  People tended to be cynical that you would never see anyone.  Not to mention if he ever touched his penis and left, "hey, is this plastic?"  However, without the facts in front of me, I will not comment.  Obviously, the jury found it sufficient to convict so as to say something.

  We have to suspect that the victim is incredibly naive and was the perfect target for someone trying to take advantage of.  When you look at it that way, it's probably not very funny at all.

 It's really a crazy, crazy world.

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