A Irish guy from Cork thought he had met the beautiful girl of his dreams through social media, when his dream turned into a beautiful disaster.
Gary met the Polish girl when she randomly sent him friend request by mistake, she claimed.
"I didn't care what she did - I told her point blank that I wasn't paying anything," he said.
But the single man decided to go public because he became convinced the woman had attempted such scams before.
Speaking to Neil Prenderville on Cork Red FM, Gary said: ‘I thought she was sound out, a lovely girl.’‘She [the woman] said she was studying to be a nurse.
I was not very interested in what she was doing because she was stunning looking.’ ‘She asked me was I on Skype and I said ‘no, I am not on it.’ ‘She said she would ring me through Facebook messenger but I wasn’t really in the form as I was half asleep.’‘Then I got a message video call coming through on Facebook and I just hung up.’ But the saga continued.
"She was saying 'do not end this call, you are under great threat and all this kind of stuff.' She played a video of me watching her and said I will release this video to all your family members and the people of Cork," he said.
Eastwood is suspected of 16 charges, including causing a person to engage in a sexual act without consent and improper use of electronic communications to cause anxiety.
Police identified the internet provider used by the person calling himself Matthew and linked it to the accused's address.
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