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CATFISH CRUEL PRANKSTER: OVERWEIGHT FRAUDSTER POSED AS ATTRACTIVE WOMEN ON DATING WEBSITES TO CON LO


Kerryann Williams used pictures of a different beautiful young woman whenever she set up a new dating profile and then contacted single men who were looking for

Fraudster Williams posed as a string of sexy women online to con 19 lonely pensioners out of more than £20,000.

Williams posted fake profiles with snaps of other women on dating sites including Plenty of Fish to lure her victims.

Kerryann Williams used different pictures of attractive young women to con her victims

Kerryann Williams used different pictures of attractive young women to con her victims

She would pose as a different woman on each dating site and tell men she needed money before never contacting them again

Williams, 33, gave them sob stories about being a domestic abuse victim but made up excuses about meeting.

Instead she persuaded them to send her money and mobile phones, which she used to run up huge bills.

One of her victims suffered a nervous breakdown after Williams, of Thatcham, Berks, used four fake names to dupe him out of £6,000.

She told the 68-year-old, of Portsmouth, that she would be his carer.

But each time he handed over money, she stopped messaging him and set up a new profile.

Kerryann Williams, who also used the sites Tagged.com, Hi5.com and Facebook, was arrested after one man hired a private investigator and another went to cops.

Once caught, Williams admitted two counts of fraud by false representation and asked for 17 frauds to be taken into consideration.

Recorder Nicolas Gerasimidis jailed her for two years, describing her frauds as “carefully executed offences”.

He said: “These were, in my judgement, mean offences.

“You knew perfectly well what you were doing. These were carefully planned, carefully executed offences.

“The lies were spun, woven, in a way which caused your victims to believe what was being said to them.”

Speaking after Williams was jailed, the 68-year-old victim, from Portsmouth, said: “I’ve had a nervous breakdown due to what she put me through.”

During the fraud, he travelled to Slough and Reading to give Williams nine phones after she begged him for them.

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