Yannick Glaudin, 31, stalked the man and his then boyfriend, sending their families, friends and colleagues the intimate pictures and films using a number of fake identities, Inner London crown court was told. Glaudin, who had evaded justice for more than a year after fleeing to her native France, admitted to her crimes. She was sentenced to 13 months in prison on Monday. The judge, Silas Reid, said Glaudin was driven by revenge after her initial victim broke off contact.
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By Julian Robinson for MailOnline. A gay man was lured into a meeting through the dating app Grindr and then robbed and threatened with a cattle prod. Detectives have released CCTV pictures of two men they are hunting in connection with the attack - and warned the culprits could have targeted others. Scotland Yard said the man, 26, had been messaging someone through the popular online gay dating app Grindr and invited him to his home in Bayswater, west London.