I just was not thinking straight.'Miss Wiffen told the paper she felt 'utterly betrayed, violated'.'I'm not sure I'll ever trust a man properly again,' she added.'He has videos and pictures of me that he could send to anyone.'It's so humiliating to know none of it was real.'The 'catfish' was reported to police, who said no crime had been committed against Mr Peacock as he hadn't been harassed or contacted in any way by the 'catfish'.The Labour MP will also urge social media companies, such as Facebook, and dating sites to be more proactive in monitoring and warning users against the dangers of catfishing.'Catfishing is a modern day menace affecting the lives of many innocent people,' she said.'It can cause years of heartache.
A conman was forced to beg for forgiveness after a prankster father dressed up in drag to pretend to be a vulnerable woman and then exposed his scam online.He appeared repeatedly on Rogue Traders and Watchdog before being sent to prison in 2010, having been convicted of fraud offences in connection with his locksmith business.During his trial, a jury was told how Makowski, who drove a Ferrari and traded from plush offices, used a card reader to charge customers and insisted they pay on the spot.With his chiselled jaw and muscular physique, 27-year-old investment manager 'Carl' was sure to receive plenty of attention on Twitter.So too was Charlie, whose profile picture showed him lounging on a wicker sofa, drink in hand and shirt unbuttoned.