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Woman trolled husband’s mistress with Craigslist sex ad

  • Tamantha Johnson, 48, is accused of posting the Craigslist ad in July last year
  • She allegedly posed as her husband’s girlfriend to post the online advertisement
  • It read that she was seeking sex from married men and also included her name, age and photo
  • The woman allegedly received more than 100 calls and messages from people in response to the ad, as well as nude photos from some men
  • Johnson allegedly admitted that she was trying to get the woman to admit to having an affair with her husband

Tamantha Johnson, 48, is accused of posing as her husband’s girlfriend and posting the advertisement on Craigslist in July last year

A Houston woman has been charged after she trolled her husband’s mistress by posting an ad on Craigslist in her name that said she was seeking sex from married men. 

Tamantha Johnson, 48, is accused of posing as her husband’s girlfriend and posting the advertisement online in July last year.

It read that she was requesting ‘married men come over and service her on a regular basis’ and also included her name, age and photo.  

The woman allegedly received more than 100 calls and messages from people in response to the ad.

She also was sent unwanted nude photos from some men, according to court documents.  

Johnson initially denied having anything to do with the Craigslist ad, but investigators allegedly linked her to the posting. 

Authorities said the ad was traced back to a computer where Johnson worked.

She allegedly later admitted that she was trying to get the woman to admit to having an affair with Johnson’s husband.

Johnson and her husband, who works as a divorce attorney, filed for divorce in April last year. 

The victim had been represented by Johnson’s husband in her own divorce. 

Johnson has been charged with online harassment and impersonation.

She is also facing other charges of harassment for a separate incident in which she threatened the same woman via text message back in August. 



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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