Harassment through ‘e-mails’ and Facebook

Harassment through emails and Facebook that has ended in conviction. Yesterday, a woman agreed to carry out 30 days of work for the benefit of the community and to compensate her ex-husband with 6,000 euros – who she will not be able to approach or communicate with for a year and three months – for harassing him after learning that the man had started a new romantic relationship. The conformity hearing was held in the Criminal Court 3 of Vigo.

The couple divorced in 2014 and years later, at least since January 2019, the condemned woman began to send “constantly” a series of emails to her ex-husband, referring to the new relationship he had started with a co-worker. . The man already had her blocked on her phone and on her social networks and had “expressly” requested that she not contact him except for issues related to the children they have in common.

According to the Prosecutor’s Office, between January 2019 and February 2020 she sent him more than twenty emails, “all with humiliating content towards the injured party in relation to his new partner.” The woman even wrote on the Facebook profile of the school where they both worked. “It makes me laugh, you give so much love that the teacher and member of my children’s ministry gave so much confidence and so much love to my husband (today of course ex-husband) that he got into his bed,” she wrote on the social network .

The man suffered a mixed adjustment disorder with depressive symptomatology as a result of this harassment. The accused has been diagnosed with an adjustment disorder with anxiety and possible obsessive personality traits, which represent a slight decrease in his intellective and volitional capacity.

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