Bumble creep stalked his date and and sent her rape threats after she borrowed his phone to log on to the FindMyIphone app

Bumble creep stalked his date and and sent her rape threats after she borrowed his phone to log on to the FindMyIphone app

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A BUMBLE creep stalked his date and sent her rape threats after she borrowed his phone to log on to the FindMyIphone app.

Callum Henderson, 28, had offered to lend his device to Georgina Ndukwe after she momentarily lost her own phone – but he failed to sign her out.

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Callum Henderson sent threats to Georgina Ndukwe after she borrowed his phone to log in to the FindMyIphone app[/caption]

He then stored the details of her phone and used the app to find out where she lived after she told him she no longer wanted to see him.

Georgina never disclosed her home address but subsequently complained she received letters and other items through the post from Henderson, an architectural designer.

She also received creepy online messages including a video via Instagram he named: ”watch me die!” and another suggesting he would rape her.

Henderson, of Wigan, Greater Manchester, was eventually arrested after harassing Georgina for four months.

He sent me violent sexual messages which I took to be a rape threat


Georgina Ndukwe

It emerged he had a previous conviction for stalking another woman.

In a statement Georgina said: ”No one has the right to harass me or make me feel harassed and this whole experience has left me feeling scared for my life and my family.

“He sent me violent sexual messages which I took to be a rape threat. I had to take time off work because of the stress and take medication. I feel like my life has been derailed by someone I hardly know.”

At Bolton Crown Court, Henderson admitted harassment and was jailed for eight months and was further banned from contacting Georgina for five years under the terms of a restraining order.

‘WATCH ME DIE’

The victim’s ordeal began in March after she met Henderson through the dating app Bumble.

Prosecuting Mr Haseeb Yousaf said: “One evening she was sent 20 voicemails and on May 26 she was sent a video via Instagram called ‘watch me die.’ She opened the video and watched it for a few seconds before closing it and deleting and blocking him on Instagram. She thought it would be a video of him killing himself.

“Further messages and voicemails were sent, some of which were particularly vulgar in content. In one voice message the defendant made sex noises down the phone. This caused her alarm and distress.”


In April 2018 Henderson was given six months jail suspended for two years after harassing another woman. he was also ordered to complete 150 hours unpaid work but had only done one hour.

Sentencing Henderson, Judge Graeme Smith said: “You may find it hard to understand how people might interpret and respond to your actions but there’s no doubt at all the victim has found this to be a traumatic experience.

“She was scared for her own life and the life of her family. She’s suffered from flashbacks and has said her whole life feels derailed. Probation officers say they consider you to be a high risk to women you know.”


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Henderson stored the details of Georgina’s phone and used the app to find out where she lived after she told him she no longer wanted to see him[/caption]

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Henderson was jailed for wight months[/caption]

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