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ROCKVILLE — State police have charged a Windsor police officer who they say posted explicit photos of his estranged wife on Craigslist and advertised that she was seeking sex with strangers. When the woman and a state trooper tried to view the ad on Craigslist, they could not find it.
She gives her massages in the nude (she said it paid better than wearing a bathing suit or thong). But it’s something she’s not comfortable with doing. The men who see her are generally married professionals. “And they don’t want sex because they don’t feel like they are cheating on their wives.” Some have asked for sex. She also said she’s had to lower her prices because of the recession.
She started posting ads on Craigslist because she needed money for rent.
Gabriel Falcon AC360° Writer She agreed to talk to me. I found her posting under the “Erotic Services” category of Craigslist. Younger guys, they have problems, they have emotional issues connecting…they sound too young, I don’t take them.” She said a 15-year-old boy once responded to her Craigslist ad.
I promised not to disclose exactly how much she charged.
After messaging back-and-forth with this seemingly helpful stranger, then doing a little research, she learned more about revenge porn than she'd ever wanted.
Revenge porn, or involuntary porn, has been around since the days of dial-up, and the formula hasn't really changed: A jilted person, usually a guy, will get revenge on his ex by sharing once-private nude photos or videos online.
Then she received a text message from an unknown number, alerting her to a website featuring pictures of her.He may have asked prior or will ask later to be added to your Facebook account. He will tell you to send money via Moneygram, Western Union, Amazon gift card, Prepaid scratch off card or any other untraceable method to him. He will tell you if you do not comply he will send the photo’s to your Facebook friends list.In some situations the scammer will tell you to sign up to a cam site or they will post your pictures/video. The scammer will meet you again on a social media site. As you progress communicating with this person/scammer he will ask to exchange indecent photographs/video."The victim never reported any of these incidents because Dennis is a police officer, and the victim did not want to compromise his career," the warrant reads.She also told state police that she believes Adams "uses his knowledge of the domestic violence laws to find ways to torment her without actually violating any criminal laws."Adams' defense attorney, Raymond Hassett of Simsbury, said Adams denies the allegations.Hassett said Adams' estranged wife brought the same allegations in the divorce case now pending between the two, and they were found to not be credible."She's an overzealous victim who made similar unsuccessful allegations in the civil case," Hassett said.