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UK Man Gets Five Years for Online Abuse Campaign
A Nottingham man has been sentenced to more than five years behind bars after blackmailing and harassing several women, according to the National Crime Agency (NCA).
The UK’s law enforcement agency for serious and organized crime. revealed that Shaquille Williams, 26, was jailed for five years and three months late last week at Nottingham Crown Court,
He was found guilty of one count of blackmail related to one victim, three counts of harassing three women and putting them in fear of violence, and two counts of sending grossly offensive messages to two other women.
The NCA said that graphic designer Williams threatened to send intimate private photos of one woman to her family and friends unless she sent him more images.
Williams — of Hartness Road, Clifton, Nottingham — reportedly used various social media accounts to threaten several
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