Oct 27, 2021

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by: dexter

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Tags: cardi b, false rape accuser, me too, Natalie Rivers, robbing men, times up

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Categories: legal

Serial Rape Accuser Con-Woman Natalie Rivers Jailed After Robbing & Falsely Accusing Numerous Elderly Male Victims She Targeted Via Online Dating Sites

Serial rape accuser con woman Natalie Rivers stole a man’s life savings and falsely accused him of rape, appeared on a video link from Peterborough jail, admitted theft and was jailed for 20 months. She was also forced to repay £2,630 to her victim.

Natalie Rivers, from West End in Old Costessey, has stolen thousands of pounds from men she befriended over the past few years – most of them were elderly.

The 35-year-old’s previous convictions include impersonating a police officer and falsely claiming a man was under investigation for sexual assault.

She had also been convicted of stealing cash from a 77-year-old pensioner and taking a handbag belonging to a charity worker who was helping her.

She also stole the life savings of a man she met on the online dating site Plenty of Fish – and then falsely accused him of rape.

Prosecutor John Morgans said Rivers pretended to have genuine feelings for the 58-year-old victim, but then took his £3,040 life savings.

She told police he was her sugar daddy before making up the false rape allegation.

At a Proceeds of Crime Act hearing, prosecutor Mark Roochove told Norwich Crown Court £2,630 had been recovered from Rivers and would be repaid to her victim.

Mr Morgans had told the court, Rivers, who also goes by Natalie Collins, had previous convictions for theft from properties, including yet another incident involving a male victim she had befriended on the internet.

She stole bank cards and cheques, along with other items and had used the stolen card to try to buy a Husky puppy.

The court heard how there was also another case of her stealing from yet another man she befriended.

Judge Bacon told her: ‘Your modus operandi is the theft from people that you have befriended and you steal money and goods while in their property.’

Judge Maureen Bacon said: ‘You had made a wholly malicious claim to an employer that a man with whom you had some contact with was in custody for a scandalous offence.

‘You made those allegations because you did not like him. That shows the extremes to which you will go.’

She said Rivers was originally given a suspended 24-week jail term but breached that when she was convicted of theft from a house in which cheques were stolen.

Rivers was serving the 24-week sentence and was due for release but has was jailed a further 20 months for her latest theft.

Prosecutor Mr Morgans said: ‘There is quite a pattern of offending when it comes to her crimes.’

Read more; https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/crime/conwoman-natalie-rivers-to-repay-victim-1363162

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