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He said: 'In her own words, she said the ‘nightmares still remain, the distrust remains and the fear still remains’.'In extracts read from her most recent victim impact statement, the complainant said the defendant had 'managed to plague every attempt I have made to make my life positive' and had left her with 'this continuous, ominous, unsettling feeling she has planted in what is left of my life'.'She has created a prison for the joyful persona I once had,' she said.'I can only hope I can move on fully and not do the time with her.' The complainant agreed to demands for her to wear a blindfold at all times during up to 15 sexual encounters and while watching television, going on a car journey and even sunbathing.A woman who tricked a friend into having sex with her by pretending to be a man has been jailed for six years and six months.

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'You had to create false blogger profiles to commit the fraud.

It was a planned and sophisticated deceit over 18 months.'2011: Newland and her victim meet at Chester University.

She created a fictional Facebook profile, pretending to be a half-Filipino half-Latino man called Kye Fortune, using an American man's photographs and videos.

She spent 'hundreds' of hours talking on the telephone to her friend as Kye, telling her 'emotionally vulnerable' victim 'he' was undergoing treatment for cancer and was paranoid about his physical appearance.

Newland then uses her false Facebook profile of Kye Fortune to befriend the victim and they exchange phone numbers.

Newland mimics a male voice while speaking on the phone to her.

Newland denied concealing her true identity and claimed both women were gay and struggling with their sexuality when they met and had sex, with her as Kye, during role-play.

A jury at the court last month found Newland, from Willaston in Cheshire, guilty of committing sexual assault by using a £20 prosthetic penis without her blindfolded victim's consent, following a retrial.

Judge David Stockdale QC, sentencing, said: 'This was very serious sexual offending committed by means of a planned and sustained deceit which has caused significant harm and distress to the victim.'The court heard Newland had written a letter to her victim, wishing her 'nothing but happiness' in the future.

Newland continued to audibly cry as she was led to the cells while her family blew kisses at her from the public gallery.

The retrial jury was not told of the fraud conviction until it had returned its verdicts.

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