A friend of mine on Facebook – yes, I do still have a few good connections there – is being subjected to an attack. His profile has been highlighted on the Timeline of someone calling themselves Ashley Jensen with a demand for all of her friends to report him as a fake. The fact that he isn’t a fake is well known to me and to all the others who are listed as his friends. The Facebook profile from this Ashley is a relatively new one and contains a demand for people to hack, destroy or whatever another friend of his as well. The profile picture for this person is stolen, photo-shopped with a message to make it appear real. However.
A little bit of research about Ashley Jensen – not the actress, I hasten to add – brings us plenty of information. She comes from London and has a map on her Facebook page. Funnily enough, a certain Angelina Lace is also from London and has been connected in some way to my Facebook friend. The maps show exactly the same location in London. And Angelina is someone I’ve come across before too … a fake ‘female student’ who posts explicit photographs on Twitter.
Clearly she isn’t too good at hiding her tracks. There is another profile for her, using the same pictures, under the name Francesca Franari and the photographs used link to a man in Italy. Other profiles linked to the same photograph come from Bangalore and Brazil, and there are plenty of them, especially on Twitter where, I suspect, ‘she’ has been caught out and deleted many, many times.
Really, if you’re going to try and attack someone on the Internet, you need a little bit more experience and, I would dare to suggest, a working brain.
Love & Kisses, Viki.