Woman jailed after accusing men of r8pe

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[h=1]Mother of four, 27, jailed after accusing men of **** because she didn't want to be in trouble with her parents for coming home late from club[/h]
  • Emma Jones, 27, left her 4 children to go clubbing
  • She returned 5 hours late claiming she'd been *****
  • Police arrested two men on suspicion of attacking her
  • They were subjected to intimate examinations

A young mother has been jailed for accusing two men of **** - because she didn't want to get in trouble for staying out partying.

Emma Jones, 27, left her four young children with their grandparents while she went out clubbing.
But after returning home five hours late Jones claimed she had been sexually assaulted so her parents wouldn't be angry at her.



Emma Jones, 27, was jailed for accusing two men of **** - because she didn't want to get in trouble for staying out partying

Cardiff Crown Court heard Jones told her mother and father that she would be back by 11pm.

But she arrived home at 4am and told her concerned parents that she had been *****.

They reported her claim to the police who later arrested two men and subjected them to intimate physical examinations.

But they were released after CCTV emerged of her kissing one of the men she had accused of the sex attack.



Cardiff Crown Court heard Jones claimed she had been sexually assaulted so her parents wouldn't be angry at her

Police questioned Jones again and she admitted lying to avoid getting in trouble with her parents.

John Probert, prosecuting, said: 'She admitted she hadn't told the truth and that she'd had consensual sex.

'There had been arguments with her father and mother and she feared another argument on this occasion.'
Jones, of Aberbargoed, Caerphilly, South Wales, was jailed for two years and eight months.

Judge Stephen Hopkins QC told her: 'Every false allegation of **** increases the plight of those women who are genuinely victims of ****.

'It makes their allegations harder to prove as juries are concerned at the possibility of convicting an innocent man.
'When a **** allegation is made it's often very difficult to prove but also very difficult to refute and those accused can suffer from the stigma attached.'
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Creasy Bear

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Meanwhile... Tawana Brawley is free as a bird and never so much as glimpsed the inside of a jail cell.

Hooray for white guilt!
 

fletcher

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What kind of 27 year old mother of 4 still gets in trouble for staying out late?
 

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The penalty for falsely accusing someone of **** should be exactly the same as what the accused would face if they actually did it.
 

lajikal

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She was willing to put two people in jail for years because she broke curfew. Wood chipper!!
You're giving women credit of thinking about and considering 2nd and 3rd order effects?
 

OilyJillFart

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What kind of 27 year old mother of 4 still gets in trouble for staying out late?
One that dumps her shitty kids on her parents and comes back five hours after she said she would.
Anyone would be pissed.
 

Jon the Cop

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One that dumps her shitty kids on her parents and comes back five hours after she said she would.
Anyone would be pissed.
I remember several times in the hood, 4am Sunday morning, sorting out a domestic call where drunk ass "parents" come to nana's house demanding their children back. Nana is refusing cause parents are drunk and high on shit ect, and OF COURSE the kids are lined up wearing nothing but diapers or spiderman briefs at 4am---crying their eyes out.


My family wonders why I hate people so much.