CRAZY Ex-Girlfriend From Hell Devised Devilish Revenge Plot That Nearly Put Her Ex In Prison For A Long Time
I warn you guys all the time to never slip your dick into crazy, not because I’m overbearing or preachy, but because I truly care. I don’t want any of the fine BroBible readers to end up in the near-catastrophic situation that this gentleman found himself in because of an insane ex-girlfriend.
The woman above is 25-year-old Stephani Renae Lawson. She had a relationship with Tyler Parkervest, but they broke up. So she went about her life and found a new boyfriend and everybody was happy. Just kidding! She tried to frame her ex-boyfriend for plotting a murder!!!
Police arrested Parkervest because he was stalking Lawson, which violated a restraining order his ex had against him. Also, Parkervest was arrested for threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend.
Parkervest didn’t do any of it.
However, all of these crimes were committed on a Facebook account owned by a person named “Tyler Parker.” This Facebook account claimed that he would regularly drive by her home to stalk her and he even threatened to kill her and her young daughter.
From September to December 2015, Parkervest was arrested four times, and charged with multiple felonies.
His grandparents bailed him out of jail, but to pay for the $200,000 bail they had to offer their Irvine, California home as collateral.
Lawson notified police of Parkervest’s “crimes” and filed eight police reports against him.
From the beginning, Lawson had been alerting police to Parkervest’s “crimes” and filed eight police reports against him.
In May, police grew suspicious of Lawson when she testified during a preliminary hearing about some of the gruesome messages Parkervest supposedly sent to her.
“The Facebook messages threatened Lawson from testifying in court and one message stated a friend had fun raping Lawson’s daughter,” Orange County District Attorney investigator Loren Dawson said.
That graphic comment opened the eyes of some investigators.
“One of my DA colleagues looked at it and said it doesn’t look right, and that triggered in our mind maybe we need to look into this further,” Deputy District Attorney Mark Geller told the City News Service.
Despite the investigation being opened in May, it took all summer to access the records from Facebook and T-Mobile because the tech companies kept refusing warrants.
Law enforcement finally received records from T-Mobile and they specifically showed that the account was created by Lawson to frame her ex-boyfriend of these heinous accusations.
“The T-Mobile records showed that Lawson disguised herself as Parkervest with a similar Facebook account,” Dawson said. “Lawson sent herself numerous criminal threats from the phony ‘Tyler Parker’ Facebook account and reported to law enforcement that Parkervest sent her the messages. Lawson had Parkervest arrested four times for crimes that he did not commit.”
Lawson was charged with perjury and arrested by U.S. Marshalls in Las Vegas on Sept. 28. The charges against Parkervest were dropped on Oct. 6.
She pleaded guilty to one felony count of false imprisonment by menace, violence, fraud, or deceit, and one felony count of perjury.
On Wednesday, Lawson was convicted and sentenced to one year in jail and must pay back restitution to Parkervest. She also faces three years of probation.
However, Parkervest’s grandmother, who put up her house to pay for her grandson’s bail, died before he was exonerated.
The moral of the story is never, ever, ever stick your dick in crazy not matter how tantalizing it may seem.