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Female sociopaths

Gambling wife cons £3.5 million from her British husband and his family

Christopher Forte and his con artist wife, Juliana Posman.

Chris Forte of the United Kingdom fell in love with a woman he met at work, Juliana Posman, who was born in Indonesia. She told his family she needed to borrow £130,000 for immigration issues, and Forte’s parents gladly helped.

That was the beginning of the money drain. It turned out that Posman was a gambling addict and a con artist who lost £3.5 million.

My Indonesian bride, the £3.5m con artist: Forte hotel dynasty member reveals how he was left homeless and penniless after being bewitched into ‘lending’ his exotic wife his family’s ENTIRE savings, on DailyMail.co.uk.

Kaitlyn Conley, 24, sentenced to 23 years for killing her boss

Kaitlyn Conley

Kaitlyn Conley, 24, was sentenced to 23 years in prison for fatally poisoning her boss.

The victim was Mary Yoder, 60, of Whitesboro, New York, a chiropractor. Yoder was also the mother of Conley’s ex-boyfriend.

During the sentencing, William Yoder, the victim’s husband, said Kaitlyn Conley “had a fight with my son … and then murdered his mother.”

Kaitlyn Conley sentenced to 23 years for the death of her ex-boyfriend’s mother, on NewYorkUpstate.com.

Story suggested by a Lovefraud reader, who was a relative of the victim.

 

 

 

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Arizona professor Melissa Ann Santana charged with five counts of stalking

Melissa Ann Santana (Police handout)

Melissa Ann Santana, 36, an associate professor of interior design at Northern Arizona University, was indicted of five counts of felony stalking.

Prosecutors say Sanders used multiple aliases and email accounts to stalk two firefighters with the U.S. Forest Service whom she met on Tinder. She also allegedly stalked the wife of a firefighter, a friend of the firefighter, and a student.

A judge locked her up because she is viewed as a danger to the public.

NAU professor arrested on stalking charges, on AZDailySun.com.

Story suggested by a Lovefraud reader.

Jennifer Lynn Morrissey, 33, allegedly kills her ‘sugar daddy’

Jennifer Lynn Morrissey (Facebook)

Jennifer Lynn Morrissey, 33, of multiple addresses in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, referred to Michael D. McNew, 64, as her “sugar daddy.” He bought her presents and paid her expenses. Morrissey moved into McNew’s home along the Delaware River in 2015.

But McNew threw her out. On August 6, 2017, Morrissey threatened to kill him. Morrissey’s body was found on August 8, 2017. He had been shot once in the face.

Morrissey has been charged with murder.

Woman charged in killing of Bucks pharma exec, on Philly.com.

Woman, 33, killed ‘sugar daddy’ after he ended relationship, prosecutors says, on FoxNews.com.

The Swinging Female Psychopath And The Partner Left Behind: When The Fog Lifts

woman-cheating

Well it has  been 7 months since our two an a half year “relationship” ended and I am still picking up the pieces.

I never ever could have imagined the rabbit hole I’d fallen into.

The things I now know have shocked and altered me to the core of my very being. It has been like unraveling the giant web of a black widow, one silky strand at a time.

When I met her I thought I had found love at first sight. The connection seemed electric, she was in my estimation perfect. My patchwork princess.

Lovefraud Survey: How did you deal with a female sociopath?

I am currently working on a book about female sociopaths. I’ve collected a lot of data about the experiences of Lovefraud readers with disordered women — perhaps you completed my previous survey.

One of the topics I’d like to address in the book is how to deal with this type of person. So I ask you: If you have, or had, a female sociopath in your life, how did you escape, cope or move on? What techniques or strategies did you use to manage destructive behavior or get the person out of your life?

I’m looking for information in the context of any type of relationship:

Arizona woman sentenced to death for murdering her 10-year-old cousin; just one of a family of child abusers

Samantha Allen )Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office)

Samantha Allen, 29, was sentenced to death on Monday for killing her cousin. Ame Deal, 10, was locked in a plastic storage box because she stole a popsicle — and that’s where she died.

John Michael Allen, Samantha’s husband, will also stand trial for the murder.

But being locked in the box was just the final incident of abuse endured by Ame Deal. According to AZCentral.com:

Ame was forced to eat dog feces, crush aluminum cans barefoot, consume hot sauce and get in the storage box on other occasions. She also was kicked in the face, beaten with a wooden paddle and forcibly dunked after being thrown in a cold swimming pool, investigators said.

Michelle Carter, 20, guilty of manslaughter for texting Conrad Roy III to kill himself

Back in 2014, Conrad Roy III, then 17, was struggling with depression. His ex-girlfriend, Michelle Carter, then 17, knew it. On July 12, Conrad prepared to commit suicide — and Carter sent him dozens of text messages, urging him to do it. Following are some of the messages:

Some of the text messages from Michelle Carter to Conrad Roy urging him to commit suicide.

Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter on Friday.

The victim’s mother, Lynn Roy, says Carter has no conscience.


Life is rough for ‘Long Island Lolita,’ who shot Mary Jo Buttafuoco in the face

Amy Fisher

Amy Fisher

In 1992, Mary Jo Buttafuoco, of Long Island, New York, opened her front door — and life as she knew it changed forever.

Amy Fisher, then 16 years old and having an affair with Joey Buttafuoco, Mary Jo’s husband, shot her in the face.

Mary Jo survived and identified her assailant. Amy Fisher, dubbed the “Long Island Lolita,” served seven years in prison. She showed no remorse. Now, she can’t get a date and her kids have no friends.

‘Long Island Lolita’ Amy Fisher, who shot the wife of her 35-year-old lover when she was 16, returns to New York after her kids were ruthlessly tormented in Florida, on DailyMail.co.uk.

She presented as a sweet person with good manners, but she was a covert narcissist

Spath TalesEditor’s note: Lovefraud received the following story from a woman whom we’ll call “Georgia.”

My story is three years in a same-gender relationship that began with off-the-charts chemistry. At 6 months the love bombing stopped and things slowly changed.

In my personal experience there is a ‘lesbian disadvantage’ in the narc world because both these relationships often contain 4 of the most common traits;

(a) lesbian bed-death at 3-6 months (same as the end of the love bombing),
(b) self centered in nature,
(c) moves the relationship to intimacy very quickly.
(d) promiscuous behaviour & cheating.

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