Daniel Hoyle: ‘Revenge porn’ stalker jailed after posting nude videos

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A MAN who posted sex videos of a mother, introduced her as a “retired stripper” and bombarded her with 130 calls and messages a day has been jailed.

A stalker who posted sex videos of a mother on Facebook and introduced her as a “retired stripper” has been jailed.

Computer genius Daniel Hoyle, 34, used his expertise to put pictures and videos of the woman on porn sites, one of which was viewed 1,400 times, The sun reports.

The engineering college graduate also set up a Facebook account pretending to be the woman, where he uploaded a video of her dancing naked, and made it appear as if she was commenting on her own post.

A video was also added to her brother’s work profile on social media while other posts suggested she was a “stripper,” a court said.

Hoyle also bombarded the woman with 130 calls and texts a day – and even continued to contact her while in pre-trial detention.

He also threatened to carry out an acid attack or to strangle him.

The man’s terrifying behavior was revealed at Preston Crown Court in the UK while he was jailed for 54 months and issued a life restraining order barring him from contacting her.

Recorder David Swinnerton said that over a period of four months, Hoyle had made life ‘hellish’ for his victim, who at one point received a phone call from social services after a false report was made that she left her child alone at home while on her way to work.

Hoyle also sent flowers and take-out food to her home for a period of four months last year.

The steroid user has admitted to a series of charges, including pornographic offenses of revenge, criminal harassment, possession of a prohibited item in police custody, dangerous driving while attempting to flee from the police and attempting to pervert the course of justice.

He was forbidden to upload images, messages or comments that name or identify his victim on any forum.

Continuing, Mark Stephenson said: “On some dates he was sending around 130 texts and calls, bombarding the victim with communications.

“She went to the police station but despite that it continued.”

Referring to the video posted online, he added: “Obviously the footage was very embarrassing for the victim in this case.

“One of them had a comment underneath that said ‘out of retirement’ with a heart of love.”

Mr Swinnerton said: “You have made a conscious decision to destroy it.

“It has been a sustained and callous campaign on your part against her and although it is only a four month period, the repercussions and impact of this are likely to last for the rest of her life.

“She will never forgive you.”

In defense, Gareth Roberts said his client had accepted that his offenses occurred during a “very shameful period in his life” and that he was suffering from a mental health problem that could have been made worse. through abuse of steroids.

This article originally appeared on The Sun and is reprinted with permission.


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