Bailey, of Horwich, Lancashire, would bombard his girlfriend of just four weeks to Facetime him, or text him to let him know that she was home and not out with other men. He also threatened her with violence and would regularly check her mobile phone.

He was jailed for six months at Manchester magistrates after being found guilty of engaging in coercive and controlling behaviour in an intimate relationship. He is also banned from contacting CuntLife, err Cunliffe for five years.

The new UK laws that outlines what you can no longer do to control or mentally, financially, or physically abuse your partner carry a five year in prison penalty. they include:

  • Share sexually explicit images of you – either online or not
  • Restrict your access to money
  • Repeatedly put you down
  • Stop you seeing friends or family
  • Scare you
  • Threaten to reveal private things about you
  • Put tracking devices on your phone
  • Be Jealous
  • Make you obey their rules
  • Control what you wear
  • Force you to do things you do not want to do

So if a woman cheats with five guys and the husband has pictures of it, he will go to jail if he tells anyone or shows the pictures to anyone based on the new law.  And how will courts judge if he is “jealous” ? To a level that warrants prison.


 

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Credit: Cavendish Press

They met via Instagram back in April and went for a first date at Five Guys restaurant in Manchester.

Molly told the hearing: ”We saw each other for four days in a row and at first he was good but he started getting controlling. On day two we became official – then the name calling started on day four. I felt quite devastated and upset.

”We had to meet at certain times, and I have to be up and dressed at certain times.

“He would ring me several times in the morning and would accuse me of sleeping with someone else if I didn’t answer.

“He would call me names such as a slag or a slut and he would continuously ring me, every minute – I felt like I was trapped.”She continued: ”I wasn’t allowed to have Snapchat because I was speaking to a boy, so I deleted it. I was not allowed to follow anymore boys on Instagram.

“I tried to end the relationship three times, but he kept saying he would change only to then threatened to kill me and my family on the phone.”

Bailey denied all of the allegations against him. He told the court: ”It was a fast-moving relationship.

“She got quite jealous about my girl friends and I would look at her phone to gain stability in the relationship.”

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Credit: Cavendish Press

However, the judge did not agree with him. Judge James Hatton told him: “This was a short relationship which quickly became unpleasant.

”The victim has experienced an extremely unpleasant time in her life. You were involved in domestic abuse almost through the whole relationship – you belittled her.”