Boyfriend Tries To Fake Own Abduction To Hide Cheating
Apr 26, 2012 15:59
A Canadian man named Jason Laperriere is now behind bars after cheating on his lady. Although that sounds appropriate, that's not the reason why he wound up in jail.
According to CNews, it all started when Jason Laperriere took a woman who was not his girlfriend home for a night of sex and drugs. He then reportedly asked the woman to text his girlfriend that he had been confronted and forced into a car at gunpoint over a $12,000 drug debt.
Laperriere followed up with his own phone call to his girlfriend making the same claim, adding he was pistol whipped and driven around for a couple of hours as his "attackers" tried to find out where he lived.
It was when the girlfriend called North Bay cops that things spun out of control. Laperriere eventually turned up and also gave a statement to police and two random names, which triggered a Canada-wide warning to police about armed and dangerous suspects.
Laperriere eventually had to fess up about the whole thing. He'll be spending between 4 and 6 months in the big house. While he was banned from having any contact with his ex, he ignored it by calling her from behind bars and asking if they could get back together. She declined.
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