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Woman arrested after sending unsuspecting man to rape her coworker

By Mason White 1:55 PM May 12, 2014
Joanne Berry 

By: Sanvi Rizvi
A woman was arrested after she tricked a man into hurting her coworker.

The woman chatted with a man on the Internet, and discussed her fantasy of being raped by a man, a court in the United Kingdom heard.

Joanne Berry, 30, is accused of telling the man that she
liked “role play” sex and wanted “to create a rape scenario.”

The man named Dean Hicks, fell for her tricks. The two exchanged some personal information, including a code word to use when he gets to the house.

However, the evil woman did not give her home address, but rather that of her coworker with whom she had a dispute.

Hicks was instructed to knock on the door, and then burst into the house and rape her in order to participate in her fantasy game.

Hicks did as he was instructed. When the woman opened the door he confirmed her name and he used the code words to make sure he was dealing with the right person.

He then began attacking her they way discussed on the Internet.

However, the frightened woman began screaming for her sister, who was inside the house, to call for help. That is when Hicks realized that something was seriously wrong.

The two began talking and realized that they had been set up by someone. Police were called and found that Berry was behind it.

Berry was arrested and charged with putting her colleague in fear of violence, committing an offence of assault with the intent of committing a relevant sexual offence, common assault of the victim and attempting to cause the victim to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent.