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Man sent photo of ex-wife semi-naked with lesbian lover to her parents

A father fighting a custody battle sent a photograph of his former wife semi-naked with her new lesbian lover to her parents, a court heard.

A father fighting a custody battle sent a photograph of his former wife semi-naked with her new lesbian lover to her parents, a court heard.

                                                            Olga Kunka-Dyl and her former husband Tomasz Dyl 
 Tomasz Dyl, 35, was feuding with Olga Kunka-Dyl over access to their two fostered children after they broke up.

The University of Cambridge scientist told magistrates he was trying to convince his former parents-in-law that he had not run off with another woman.

He emailed them the picture to demonstrate that it was their daughter’s new relationship with a woman that had ended their marriage instead.

The email, which was also sent to Mrs Kunka-Dyl, was accompanied with a message saying: “Before you try ruining my good name, please think if it is worth it … show this to your family and neighbours.”

His former wife’s family were so distressed by the image that they have since been diagnosed with health problems, a victim impact statement read to the court said.

Mrs Kunka-Dyl contacted police and he was arrested on suspicion of breaching a non-molestation order prohibiting him from making contact with her or her family.

Dyl, of Arbury Court, Cambridge, pleaded guilty to the offence, which related to the email, five text messages and two phone calls to his wife in October and November last year.

Representing himself, Dyl said Mrs Kunka-Dyl’s family was trying to convince the biological parents of his fostered children not to give him custody, claiming he had left his wife to be with another woman.

“I sent the picture to prove that was not true,” he told magistrates.

Paul Brown, prosecuting, said: “His ex-wife told police he had telephoned her on October 31 and shouted abuse at her and also on that date sent the email.

“She contacted police again on November 13 saying he had called her again demanding to see the children and sent five messages to her phone.”

Claire Lewis, presiding magistrate, sentenced Dyl to a 12-month community order, including 100 hours of unpaid work, and ordered him to pay £85 in court costs.


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This entry was posted on January 16, 2012 by in General News Stories.
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