Another tale of woe about that crazy ex Facebook nightmare…this time on the next level

Current Las Vegas resident Stephani Renae Lawson, 25 formerly of Orange County California, was sentenced to one year jail after Orange County law enforcement officials investigated statements she made falsely accusing her ex-boyfriend of stalking her and making criminal threats on Facebook, charges led to his arrest four times. This is the crazy ex on Facebook story with a dose of extra psycho.

Stephani Renae Lawson created a spoof Facebook account that pretended to be her ex-boyfriend. She used this account to threaten her own Facebook account, leading to charges being filed against Lawson’s ex. The investigation into her claims led her to be convicted of one felony count of false imprisonment by menace, violence, fraud or deceit, and one felony count of perjury. The story began to unravel when the accuser began to send multiple threats to her account prior to a May court appearance in which her ex-boyfriend was scheduled to testify that he did not send the threats.

In further display of her malevolent stupidity, Lawson sent her account multiple threats via the spoofed account and testified subsequently that her ex had sent her these texts prior to the court date, leading to a dilemma on the part of thinking people everywhere that either her ex-boyfriend was so filled with rage as to be unable to stop himself from threatening her prior to a court appearance wherein he will be tried, sentenced, and potentially jailed for performing such action or the accuser was lying to authorities. You can probably guess which answer proved more probable in this instance. A follow-up investigation of these claims yielded evidence that the defendant did not send these messages and that they, in fact, originated from Lawson’s computer and devices. This led to her arrest and the dismissal of all charges against her former boyfriend.