Former Judge Arrested For Making Fake Hooker Ads For His Ex-Girlfriends

by 3 years ago
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Galveston County Sheriffs Office


We’ve heard some seriously weird revenge on your ex-girlfriend stories over the years, but this story of a judge who allegedly made fake sex ads using his ex-girlfriends as the subject matter might be the wildest.

According to the Houston Chronicle, former County Court-at-Law Judge Christopher Dupuy was arrested and and charged with two counts of online harassment for allegedly placing fake online ads saying that two of his ex-girlfriends were available as hookers.

The affidavit said that Dupuy, 43, refused to let deputies into his home, so they had to break open the door. A criminal complaint said a cellular phone was seized containing photos used on the fake web ads and evidence of several visits to the web site.

A criminal complaint said the two women complained about being harassed by Dupuy after they rejected him and that the online ads were placed without their knowledge.

The complaint said photographs from one of the alleged victim’s Facebook pages were used in the escort section of backpage.com along with her telephone number. The ad said she charged $70 for 30 minutes, was “very fetish friendly” and would “guarantee you full satisfaction,” the complaint said.

In a similarly provocative ad, Dupuy posted photos of the other woman’s breasts that she had texted in confidence to him while they were dating, according to the criminal complaint.

They go on to say that creator of the ads used Internet services in Germany and Venezuela to try to cover his tracks, but you just can’t hide from John Law forever. Even if you are a former judge… who was previously “indicted on 11 criminal charges relating to his conduct in office, including making false statements.” Which is why he is now a “former” judge.

Yeah, this guy’s going down.

Dupuy is being held on $600,000 bail.


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