Mar 01, 2021


by: dexter


Tags: fake rape, false allegations, feminist, rebecca palmer


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Vile Feminist Fraudster Rebecca Palmer Imprisoned For 5 Years For Falsely Accusing Innocent Male Soldier Of Rape And Harassing His Family

A sleazy vile feminist fraudster woman named Rebecca Palmer falsely accused a soldier of rape was jailed for five years.

Rebecca Palmer, 26, was found guilty of four allegations of perverting the course of justice after a nine day trial at Winchester Crown Court.

She had earlier admitted five offences of malicious communications and three more of perverting the course of justice. Her victim was a 22-year-old male solider in the Kings Royal Hussars based at Tidworth.

Following the verdict, Joanne Jakymec, chief Crown prosecutor for Wessex said: “Rebecca Palmer indulged in consensual sexual activity with the victim, but on being rejected by him embarked on a malicious campaign which led to him being arrested on more than one occasion and held in custody for periods of time.

“She repeatedly made false allegations, including that of an allegation of rape, and sent malicious communications to both the victim and members of his family.

“The jury at Winchester Crown Court heard how the defendant became so embroiled in her own lies that she told others, and the police, that she was pregnant but on questioning claimed to have lost the baby during a purported suicide attempt.

“She invented fake friend profiles and produced false correspondence hoping that these would be accepted as supportive evidence of her false claims.

“She falsely claimed that the victim had taken revenge on her by posting intimate pictures of her on Facebook.”

Ms Jakymec said although Palmer, of Garraways, had pleaded guilty to a number of offences of perverting the course of justice and malicious communications, she nevertheless maintained her not guilty plea to making the false allegation of rape. As a result the innocent man was forced to give evidence in court.

Palmer was eventually found guilty by a jury.

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