A Wyoming man was accused of posing online as his former girlfriend and soliciting someone to act out a violent sexual fantasy.The advertisement appeared on Craigslist in December 2009.
But Ty Oliver Mc Dowell, 26, had allegedly already seen it.
He e-mailed the address listed in the ad and told authorities that he and the woman exchanged instant messages, and she described what she wanted -- "humiliation, physical abuse, sexual abuse," -- and gave him her home address. According to Mc Dowell he thought he was fulfilling her rape fantasy.
He was arrested and charged with first-degree sexual assault, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated burglary.
Stipe was also arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree sexual assault.
One week later, a man accepted the offer, forcing his way into the woman's home, tying her up and raping her at knifepoint.
"I'll show you aggressive," he allegedly said, according to court testimony. Instead, a former boyfriend had posted it, soliciting her assault.Actually, Jebidiah James Stipe, 27, posed as his ex-girlfriend and placed the ad seeking an aggressive man.Two days later, she spotted it and contacted the Natrona County Sheriff's Office, as well as Craigslist, which took down the ad.(Source 1 | Source 2) David Simmons, 57, from Murfreesboro, took photographs of his ex-girlfriend, without her knowledge, that showed her performing sexual acts on him.After a nasty break-up, Simmons sent the picture to the woman's relatives as Christmas cards.Some family members opened the cards, while others were intercepted by the woman before they were opened.