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The fabricated life stories and photographs that they cobble together online often contain the experiences, friends, resumes and job titles that they wish were their own, providing a complete window into how these scammers want the world to see them - and how far they fall from those ideals.
The emergence of such elaborate social schemes online was brought to light in a shocking way in the 2010 documentary 'Catfish,' in which 28-year-old Nev Schulman fell in love with a gorgeous young woman's Facebook profile and her voice over the phone - both of which turned out to belong to a middle-aged wife and mother.
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Schulman was shocked and humiliated, but he also described feeling sad for Wesselman.'We maintained what I thought to be an authentic relationship by communicating frequently online and on the phone, and I grew to care deeply about her.To realize that I was the victim of what was apparently someone's sick joke and constant lies was, and is, painful and humiliating.'The person who met him at the door was Angela Wesselman, a middle-aged overweight mother who admitted to creating the profile for Megan - as well as orchestrating an entire network of friends and family members to make Megan seem more authentic. According to court documents, the woman, Susan Clements-Jeffrey, is a Springfield-based substitute schoolteacher who says that in 2008 she purchased a used laptop for from one of her students, who told her he had a new computer and didn't need it anymore. judge has cleared the way for an Ohio woman to sue a Vancouver-based software company after naked video-chat photos of her were snapped without her permission.At the time, Clements-Jeffrey, a widow in her 50s, had renewed a high school romance with a man living in Boston, Carlton "Butch" Smith, and the pair were sending sexually explicit webcam photos to each other.The laptop, however, had originally been purchased by Ohio's Clark County School District, which had installed Vancouver-based Absolute Software's Lo Jack for Laptops theft-recovery software on it.Posing with a scantily-clad gal pal, the 25-year-old reality star showed off her phenomenal physique as she posed for the camera.There's no such thing as too many bikinis, right? With that in mind, allow us to introduce to you Kate Wright's cute-as nude set.Clements-Jeffrey became aware that explicit photos of her from the web chat were snapped by Absolute's theft recovery unit when police showed them to her.Richard Rosenberg, a retired UBC computer science professor and president of the B. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association, said that in cases of laptop theft and recovery, using a webcam to spy on someone is going too far.