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As initially referenced in an ABC News report (published prior to the police report's release in full), Santa Clara police "observed a text message sent to Turner in the Group Me application that said 'Who's t*** are those?
' Police obtained a search warrant for Turner's phone but were unable to locate that text or any photos relating to that text, according to the documents." The police report notes this conversation playing out following Turner's arrest, but seemingly relating to a conversation that had begun earlier in the night: It's important to note also that, when police discovered the victim, they reported that her bra was very disheveled and had been lifted up over her left breast — so the change (presumably a transcription inconsistency) from "tit" to "tits" in the court document is potentially significant: There remain a few potential gray areas in this narrative: It's possible a different friend in the group chat was sending around photos of a woman's breast that night; the witness was unable to identify any distinct features about the man he saw taking the photo, so 's report makes clear, it's a line of inquiry police are investigating, and also one being argued by prosecutor Alaleh Kianierci in the case against Turner (along with much other evidence pulled from his phone).
After 14 months, I discovered that the man I was in a relationship with 'Antony Ray' was using a fake identity. Turns out he was married and even had a dedicated phone for ‘conquests’ from his fake life.
He took advantage of my trust and took away my right to choose.
Individuals establish a relationship and build trust in their story, they can then chose to make the 'catfish' personal by meeting their victim to pursue a relationship under the premise of their alias.
If this man had 'asked' me for money, he would have committed a criminal offence under the fraud act.
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In 2011, he admitted to sending five private Twitter messages to a 17-year-old girl, but said the messages 'were neither explicit nor indecent'.
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