A woman in Australia has pleaded guilty to filing a false police report and harassing witnesses after she claimed her ex-husband raped her and threatened to murder her.
The woman, who has not been named in media reports even though she was charged with a crime, told police she found knives in her mailbox from her ex-husband on at least 10 occasions, and that her ex-husband raped her and sent her threatening text messages. In one message, the ex-husband allegedly told the woman she would be “burnt alive after being raped, beaten and stabbed,” according to copies of the messages reviewed by the Daily Mail.
The woman also claimed she had CCTV footage of her ex-husband threatening to kill her, but eventually told police that the cameras hadn’t caught anything because they weren’t working.
The husband was arrested and spent 10 days in jail based on the woman’s claims before police discovered she was lying. Credit card statements and CCTV footage proved