An harmless man who his ex-girlfriend tried to border for stalking mentioned her lies left him pondering he can be higher off lifeless.

Lewis Jolly was arrested six instances and spent 81 hours in custody because of Courtney Eire-Ainsworth.

She arrange greater than 20 pretend Instagram accounts to ship herself ‘vile’ threats, then instructed police he was the offender.

The teenager even supplied a photograph of what she claimed was a scar to her chest, inflicted by him with a utility knife.

However her ‘net of toxic deceit’ was uncovered when Instagram’s homeowners Fb revealed the false profiles have been in actual fact linked to her personal e-mail accounts and IP addresses.

Eire-Ainsworth, now 20, of Brackendale, Runcorn, appeared for sentence yesterday after admitting perverting the course of justice.

Mr Jolly was in attendance at Liverpool Crown Courtroom as Paul Blasbery, prosecuting, learn out a sufferer assertion he made final June.

The 22-year-old mentioned he dated Eire-Ainsworth for 2 years, till their relationship resulted in October 2019 on ‘okay phrases’.

Mr Jolly, 22, said they were together for two years but split up on 'okay terms' in October 2019, before Ireland-Ainsworth (pictured) started seeing a new boyfriend, a man called Declan Rice

Mr Jolly, 22, mentioned they have been collectively for 2 years however break up up on ‘okay phrases’ in October 2019, earlier than Eire-Ainsworth (pictured) began seeing a brand new boyfriend, a person known as Declan Rice

Mr Jolly said his ex-girlfriend's lies to police left him thinking he'd be better off dead

She made 10 police statements claiming Mr Jolly was harassing and stalking her, leading to him being arrested six times

Mr Jolly mentioned his ex-girlfriend’s lies to police left him pondering he’d be higher off lifeless

Courtney Ireland-Ainsworth has been jailed for 10 months at Liverpool Crown Court after lying to police over her ex-boyfriend

Courtney Eire-Ainsworth has been jailed for 10 months at Liverpool Crown Courtroom after mendacity to police over her ex-boyfriend

When she began seeing a brand new companion, he mentioned ‘there was no unhealthy emotions between us’, however in September 2020, she made the primary of ten false police statements.

Mr Jolly mentioned: ‘I used to be charged with stalking offences and assaults that I had not dedicated. I used to be denied bail on one event and put earlier than the courtroom the subsequent morning.

‘I felt like I used to be very near being remanded into custody for a crime I had not dedicated.’

The sufferer mentioned being below investigation for 4 months was ‘the worst expertise of my life’.

Mr Jolly mentioned police repeatedly turned up at his household’s house within the early hours of the morning to arrest him, when officers searched the property and seized two of his cell phones.

He mentioned: ‘In between every arrest I lived in a continuing state of hysteria, pondering that the police have been going to reach at any minute and arrest me once more.

‘I instructed police that I wasn’t behind these Instagram accounts and that I felt like I used to be being arrange, however but every time Ainsworth reported one thing, I used to be arrested once more.

‘I felt powerless and did not know tips on how to shield myself from these allegations. I felt annoyed because it felt like nobody was listening to me.

She also told police he smashed items in her house, put a brick through her nan's window and threatened to stab her and her boyfriend

She additionally instructed police he smashed gadgets in her home, put a brick by way of her nan’s window and threatened to stab her and her boyfriend

‘At one stage I requested police to put in CCTV in my deal with and to suit a GPS tracker to me, in an effort to show my innocence. 

‘After my second cell phone was seized by police, I made a decision to not get one other one and now not accessed social media or the web. Aside from going to work and infrequently going fishing, I ended going out.

‘I spent most of my time at house with my mum, in order that I had an alibi for any future allegations.’

Eire-Ainsworth instructed police her former companion was stalking and harassing her, had verbally and bodily abused her, put a brick by way of her nan’s window, and threatened to stab her and her new boyfriend.

Mr Jolly mentioned repeatedly getting arrested and detained in custody for questioning value him his job.

He mentioned: ‘This was irritating for my employer. I defined to him that the allegations have been malicious and that I hadn’t accomplished something mistaken and at first he was understanding, however ultimately he needed to let me go as I used to be repeatedly lacking work and having to attend courtroom hearings.’

The sufferer mentioned he misplaced earnings and was overlooked of pocket attributable to courtroom prices and solicitor charges.

The expertise had a ‘large impact’ on his bodily and psychological well being, as he battled stress. 

Locking her up for 10 months and making a 10-year restraining order at Liverpool Crown Court, a judge told her she persisted in 'deliberate and malevolent lies' which wasted police time

Locking her up for 10 months and making a 10-year restraining order at Liverpool Crown Courtroom, a decide instructed her she endured in ‘deliberate and malevolent lies’ which wasted police time

The court heard Ireland-Ainsworth set up as many as 30 fake Instagram accounts online

The courtroom heard Eire-Ainsworth arrange as many as 30 pretend Instagram accounts on-line

He mentioned: ‘I misplaced weight because of this. It was affecting my sleep – I could not chill out. I discovered that I struggled to sleep and after I may, it was damaged.

‘I began consuming extra in an effort to assist chill out me and assist me sleep. I discovered myself feeling very emotional at instances and would break down crying.

‘I’ve suffered panic assaults. I discovered that I used to be agitated and jumpy, notably at night time, and if somebody knocked on the entrance door.

‘I discovered that after I was working, I could not focus, my thoughts was elsewhere and this was affecting my work.

‘At my lowest level I felt like life wasn’t value dwelling and thought to myself that I would be higher off lifeless.’

Mr Jolly went to see his GP, who prescribed antidepressants, and he was referred for counselling.

He mentioned the expertise left him with ‘no need to be in a relationship’, it had a ‘big impact’ on his social life as he withdrew from buddies and had no approach of contacting them with out a telephone, and he did not wish to exit in case he noticed Ainsworth as a result of he feared she may make additional accusations in opposition to him.

As her lies continued he was hit with stringent bail situations, together with a house curfew from 7pm to 7am every day.

Mr Jolly mentioned: ‘I felt ashamed and embarrassed as a result of I had a stalking safety order in opposition to me and was having to stroll round with a tag on my ankle.

‘It was embarrassing having the police turning up on so many events to arrest me. I discovered that my neighbours began to take a look at me in another way due to what number of instances the police have taken me away.

‘Having the stalking safety order in opposition to me and having to go to courtroom in relation to this made me really feel like a weirdo after I hadn’t accomplished what was alleged.

‘For months my mum was maintaining a document of my actions in order that she may inform the police the place I had been if I used to be arrested.

‘It was organized {that a} pal would decide me up from house and drop me off at work in order that I might at all times have an alibi for the place I would been and what I would been doing.’

Mr Jolly mentioned his shallowness was rocked, he turned fearful of police, and continuously feared his subsequent arrest.

‘As a grown grownup this was very embarrassing and affected my shallowness.’

He mentioned the ordeal additionally impacted on his household, together with his then 15-year-old brother, and sister, aged 9, who stay with him and his mum, after he acquired threats and one in every of their home windows was smashed.

Mr Jolly mentioned: ‘Since then my sister has been on pins, she would not sleep in her personal mattress.

‘I share a bed room with my brother and each time the police arrested me our bed room was searched, which invaded his personal house.

‘He was finding out for his GCSEs on the time and was repeatedly woken up within the night time when the police have been arresting me and made to go away the bed room whereas the police searched it.

‘My mum has been off work with stress and nervousness – all linked to what I have been by way of. My mum, brother and sister have additionally acquired counselling.

‘My dad needed to take time away from his enterprise to accompany me at courtroom. This had a knock on impact and put him below monetary stress.

‘The implications of Ainsworth’s false allegations on this case actually cannot be underestimated.’

Recorder Ian Harris mentioned Eire-Ainsworth had left her sufferer ‘a shell of the person he was’.

He famous how in a pre-sentence report, she mentioned she ‘needed to harm’ Mr Jolly and did not see that her actions have been egocentric.

The decide mentioned he took under consideration her PTSD, which Eire-Ainsworth blamed for her response to the breakdown of their relationship.

However he mentioned there should be a deterrent custodial sentence as he handed her ten months in a younger offenders establishment and made a ten-year restraining order to guard Mr Jolly.