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Mr Aspinall said the man 'contemplated suicide by walking onto some train tracks'.On August 15 Lewis sent intimate pictures of the man to his wife and also set up an online profile using the same photos, calling him a rapist.
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Lewis harassed another married man last December into January this year, branding him a 'disgusting father' and threatening to disclose intimate details about him.
Last December she had sex with a different man at her flat, claiming she felt sick afterwards before threatening to tell people he had raped her.
Belinda Ariss, defending, said: 'She is deeply ashamed and sorry for the harassment she caused to these men and their families.'She has had, for many years, low self-esteem and simply wanted to be loved.'Speaking from the family's £250,000 home in Long Meadow, Worcester, she said: 'I have got to keep a lookout for any people who are going to bully me over this.'Speaking about one of the men she stalked, Lewis added: 'One was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Reservists.'He told me he was living a single life and wasn't married and he was married.'They (the five men) all said they were single, all on national dating websites and all said they were single.'None of them are young.
None of them went to court.'They all said that because of what's happened to them they needed counselling, they needed this and that and the judge wasn't having any of it.'I'm just a normal housewife who is going through a very traumatic time and these social networking sites people are not what they say they are.'I was put into hospital for my own safety.'I got out on Friday, I learnt a lot but I was put there for my own safety, nothing else.'I have not spoken to them (the men) for about ten months.'I had a nice judge, he was very fair to me.'We (me and my partner) were going through a period of trial separation (at the time of her offending).
This placed her in breach of a conditional discharge which she also admitted.