Evil Ex-Girlfriend Esha Verma Falsely Claimed Her Ex-Boyfriend Raped Her To Punish Him For Breaking Up With Her, Leaving Him Suicidal
Evil ex-girlfriend Esha Verma falsely claimed her ex-boyfriend raped her to punish him for ending their relationship.
Esha Verma, of Wellington, NZ, lodged an official complaint with the scumbags at Rape Crisis only hours after showing up at her ex’s house uninvited in an attempt to win him back.
The 37-year-old provided police a three-hour recorded interview detailing the date, time and details of the fake sexual assault.
But police eventually found discrepancies in her claims, and after further examination, she confessed she lied in order to get back at her former flame.
The victim – who had his name suppressed by the courts – lived in anguish for more than a year as he pleaded his innocence.
Judge Denys Barry described the agonising wait for exoneration as ‘soul destroying’, and said the victim was ‘so overwhelmed with despair he contemplated suicide’.
The court heard the victim suffered constant emotional blackmail at the hands of Verma and was constantly anxious since the accusations.
He suffers nightmares and panics when he sees women who look similar to Verma in public.
The victim’s mother provided a victim impact statement accusing Verma of doing ‘the worst possible thing short of physically injuring him.’
‘I believe you would have quite serenely sent [him] off to prison if the evidence hadn’t outed you as a liar.’
Verma’s legal team pleaded for a discharge without conviction in Wellington District Court.
They said a conviction would limit her travel opportunities and could possibly lead to deportation.
She moved to New Zealand in 2010.
But the judge argued the possibility of deportation did not outweigh the seriousness of offending.
‘There’s no real remorse, no palpable empathy, and in fact in the wake of the guilty plea the defendant spent considerable energy in trying to deflect the blame back on to the victim.’
Judge Barry sentenced Verma to one year home detention, and put a protection order in place for the victim.
The judge said he would not be surprised if Verma attempted to seek retribution o or approach the victim based on her previous offending.
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