Cops: Man Uses Craigslist Postings To Lure Men To Ex’s House For Sex

PORTLAND, Ore. (CBS Seattle) — A Portland man is in jail after reportedly using Craigslist to create fake posts luring strange men seeking sex to his ex-girlfriend’s home.

According to the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office, 31-year-old Andre Jermaine Flom is presently in police custody, and has been since Tuesday.

KPTV is reporting that Flom’s troubles began when his relationship with ex-girlfriend Catlin Moser ended.

After stalking her actions and additionally harassing her with text messages inquiring as to her outfits and activities, he was jailed for not only his harassment, but for allegedly choking her as well.

Once he was released from prison, he reportedly spent the following month fabricating posts that used her real name, address and phone number to encourage male suitors for anything from sexual trysts to assistance with odd jobs around the house.

“He was posting my name, my phone number and my address on Craigslist for really obscene sex parties,” Moser told KPTV. “I was having men showing up at my house all hours of the night.”

Flom is presently being held on a $30,000 bail. He faces one count of aggravated identity theft, and 10 charges each of identity theft and computer crimes.

Calls made by CBS Seattle to the sheriff’s office were not immediately returned.


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