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Woman’s Pic and Home Address End Up in Craigslist Sex Ad Thanks to Her Boyfriend’s Ex

Somebody's jealous
(Photo: bilerico.com)

(Photo: bilerico.com)

Fed up seeing your ex swooning over another woman, fresh on the heels of your breakup? One Houston woman decided to take matters into her own hands, and instead of just Facebook stalking both of them, posted the photo and address of her ex’s new girlfriend in a Craigslist ad soliciting sex.

The Houston Chronicle reports that 38-year-old Samantha Weber was charged with “online impersonation” after she became so enraged over her ex’s new relationship that she published a Craigslist ad saying the new girlfriend would perform sexual acts on Craigslisters if they came to her house. The cops found out about the the ad when the woman called police to tell them that strange men kept showing up at her house soliciting sex and she didn’t know why.

Maybe next time Ms. Weber should just try eating a pint of Ben and Jerry’s and watching The Notebook to cope with your breakup; that seems like a much more rational reaction.

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