Thursday, October 25, 2018

File Under: You Can't Do That in the Private Sector

UK - A former Royal Marine carried out body searches on his girlfriend, placed bugging devices in her bedroom and installed a tracking device on her mobile phone due to his paranoia over her alleged infidelity.

In the first conviction of coercive and controlling behaviour offences secured at Grimsby Crown Court, Lee Jensen received a 12-month suspended sentence.

The prosecutor said bugging devices were concealed under cushions in her bedroom by Jensen, so he could listen to her. He subjected her to body checks. He prevented her from visiting her own GP.

After the relationship ended he made "futile threats to burn her house down". more sing-a-long