A Houston man's (crazy-ish?) ex-girlfriend, Samantha Weber, posted an ad in Craigslist, posing as the man's new girlfriend. The ad was a "statement of desire for any men to come to her house for the purposes of sexual activity". And because the ex is thorough, she even included a street address. The new girlfriend called the police after a string of randos showed up at her door expecting to get the goods. One of them was kind enough to show the victim the Craigslist ad.
The ex denied posting the ad, but her IP address gave her away.
And now... a look at her mugshot.
Samantha Weber is charged with online impersonation, a third-degree felony, according to the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office.
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