MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) - A Virginia man's Match.com date with a Mount Pleasant woman in June led to her creating a fake Facebook profile that identified him as a bisexual man interested in cuckoldry.
According to the report, the victim called Mount Pleasant police in August to tell them that his family members had alerted him to a Facebook page in his name, something he found strange considering he had never visited the site and had not authorized a page be made for him.
The report states the man, who is currently working in Iraq and has high-level security clearance, was concerned that the fake profile could negatively affect his life.
The man told police he began emailing a Mount Pleasant woman, identified as 43-year-old Hollianne Cieslinski Stackpoole in March through the dating website Match.com and set up a date in June when he returned to his Culpeper, Va., home.
Shortly after their date, he returned to Iraq and Stackpoole began sending him "hateful emails," he told police.
Details of those emails were not listed in the police report.
He's contacted Facebook to have the page removed and the company supplied him with a list of IP addresses used to create and access the count. Facebook records show the account was created on July 29, the report states.
Facebook told the man the IP addresses all trace back to Mount Pleasant, which connected his Match.com date with Stackpoole and then the Mount Pleasant police.
The man said the page contained "defamatory and slanderous remarks," including identifying him as a bisexual cuckold, the report states.
When officers contacted Stackpoole, she admitted to making the Facebook page and liking pages such as "Watching My Wife Get [expletive]," and several bondage pages.
Stackpoole went on to say that she knew she was in the wrong when she was contacted by the man's 15-year-old daughter, according to the report.
"I know it was stupid," Stackpoole told officers.
Stackpoole was arrested and charged with slander. She has since bonded out of jail.