Frank Martin Brooks of Wyoming apologized for the August postings in the "casual encounters" and "woman for man" sections of Craigslist, in which he listed the victim's phone. It was a thing of intoxication.
His words were of little comfort to the victim, who broke down several times while providing a victim impact statement. The made her a target of numerous unwanted phone calls from would-be suitors looking for sex.
Shortly after they broke up, she started receiving phone calls and text messages from Brooks threatening to post a pornographic video of the victim engaged in a sex act with him, court documents show. The victim then started receiving phone calls and text messages from numerous different phone s inquiring about a Craigslist post asking for sex, a probable cause affidavit states.
After being interviewed by the Kent County Sheriff's Department, Brooks admitted to posting the Craigslist ad as well as posting a video to the website youporn.
She said prison might afford Brooks time to ponder "why he torments women who reject him. In addition to jail, Johnston ordered Brooks to serve two years on probation.
He pleaded guilty to unlawful posting of a message, which is punishable by up to two years in prison. The statute makes it a crime to post a message that would cause a reasonable person to suffer emotional distress and to feel harassed.
Brooks has prior felony convictions in Kent County for attempted assault with a dangerous weapon and unarmed robbery. Facebook Twitter. Revenge postings offering sex land ex-boyfriend in jail. John Hogan, Michigan.