A Nigerian computer science student was jailed after bombarding a fellow student with sexually explicit comments on her Facebook page and harassing two other women.
Azundah Brown, 32, pleaded guilty to first continuously harassing U.K.’s Nottingham Trent University schoolmate 22-year-old Alex Kimberley for three months by not only posting lewd comments on her Facebook page but he also publicly and falsely kept claiming, that they had slept together.
Brown was also found guilty of sexually tormenting two other 18-year-old young women, Urte Kundrotaite and Charlotte Axe.
He harrassed Kundrotaite for five months by texting and calling her. He stalked his other victim Axe, in person, by continuously appearing outside her student dorm window over a four month period.
Walking with the assistance of two canes, Brown, who is categorized as physically disabled was also found guilty of assaulting an unknown woman last December. He apparently entered an elevator with the stranger, groped her buttock, then demanded a kiss.
The sexual stalker was given a sentence of 21 weeks in jail for accosting his victims, along with a two-year restraining order, that prohibits him from having any contact with the women. He was also forced to sign a sex offender’s register which allows the government to keep tabs on all his residences and activities.
In Nottingham, a town where there have been 11 Facebook harassment cases reported thus far this year, local police do not take sexual predator complaints lightly. The town’s law enforcement claims, they can and will utilize Facebook posts as evidence in such harassment cases.
Readers, would you report being sexually harassed via Facebook to the local police?