Dumped MMA fighter sent explicit photos of suicidal ex to her family

An MMA fighter sent explicit images of his ex-girlfriend to her family when she broke up with him in a vicious act of revenge porn.

Paul Webster reportedly sent two images of his victim to her family along with threats of violence.

The 36-year-old then “tormented” her further by repeatedly taunting her with the threat of sending more intimate images.

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The court heard how Webster would tell his victim that he had deleted her x-rated photos, only to laugh at her and claim he still had them.

The constant fear and abuse left the victim feeling suicidal and too afraid to leave her home.

Webster was arrested in September 2019 and in January this year.

At Snaresbrook Crown Court, he pleaded guilty to two charges of disclosing private sexual images and one charge of malicious communications.

Sentencing Webster last week, Judge Jeremy Benson described his actions as “nasty and humiliating”. Adding that he caused lasting psychological harm to his victim.

The repeat offender has 16 previous convictions for 25 offences, including domestic assault on an ex-partner in 2008.

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Webster avoided jail and was handed a 42-week suspended sentence.

In her victim statement to the court, the unnamed victim said: "He tormented me with these images and videos, sometimes claiming that he had deleted them, and after me thanking him and crying with relief then later sending me a message laughing at me and displaying that he still had them in his possession.

"He gradually broke down my mental state over a period of time until a point that I felt so much shame about myself that I felt I wasn't worthy of anything or anyone.

"That the world would be a better place if I were no longer in it."

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After he pleaded guilty, she said: "My hope is that his conviction prevents even just one more person from being subjected to the horror that I went through, and continue to go through."

After sentencing, the victim said the case will impact the rest of her life.

She added the sentence does not reflect the damage Webster has inflicted, but she does not blame the judge who is bound by the law and sentencing guidelines.

Webster's legal representative insisted his client had changed since his previous crimes and had kept out of trouble since 2019.

For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected], visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.


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