Added: Jun 5, 2018
Southwick, England. Vengeful drack lass and rape fantasist, Hannah Sandover, feigned a rape incident against her ex, for not restarting a relationship with her.
. Hannah Sandover
's friend was said to be disturbed by Hannah's fabricated rape claim that she went to police with the allegations. Instead of admitting she made it up, ms.Sandover kept up the lie and gave police a formal statement on the fabricated incident.
Hannah Sandover, at that time 18, had been dating her teen ex-boyfriend for nearly a year when they split. Unable to responsibly handle her emotions after the breakup, she decided to bring it on full throttle female privilege against her ex of the same age. She falsely detailed to police how her ex must have poisoned her water before forcing himself on her in the back seat of a car during a trip to Wiltshire. "He became forceful and pinned me down, I kept telling him to stop. I think he had drugged the water I was drinking."
said ms.Sandover unleashing details of her rape fantasy with the innocent boy on police, knowing well the that legal consequences would be devastating to his life.
She eventually admitted making it all up, accepted a charge of wasting police time at Salisbury Magistrates' Court and was given a four-month suspended sentence. Prosecutor Ryan Seneviratine said Ms.Sandover is extremely lucky she didn't get charged with a more serious crime of perverting the course of justice, only due to her age and her history of no previous convictions. ms.Sandover was given a restraining order stopping her from contacting her ex-boyfriend for two years. She was also ordered to pay £200 in compensation and complete up to 15 days of rehabilitation activity requirement.
This punishment can be considered a slap on the wrist, for being female.
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she's young, needs rehabilitation of conscience. must face consequences of own doing
This is becoming too common these days. Something must be done before it's too late