Man held for cheating 2 women online on pretext of marriage

Darnell Taylor
April 14, 2018

Snipes, now 25, who was interviewed by TODAY, discovered she was pregnant with her now ex-boyfriend's child back in 2016.

"She was so excited for me being pregnant", Snipes told Inside Edition. As he had faced problem in fund transfers, he asked the complainant to deposit money in the bank account, details of which he gave to her. At three months of pregnancy, Snipes left and flew home to her mother in Arkansas.

"I found it hilarious because if anyone knows me personally knows I love Twitter and I constantly tweet about anything and everything in my life and have done for the past few years".

After two bouts of choking, Poucette said she fled to the home's kitchen where she heard Twoyoungmen yelling at her and approaching, while her cousin tried holding him back. It was only when she refused that he sexually exploited her and later blackmailed her. Police said that the arrested is a married man and has children.

Phipps agreed, and two years later, Snipes said she is so happy she did. "I said, 'Is everything okay.' She said, 'I'm still in Raleigh, I had the baby". She knew I didn't know anyone else in the area and before we parted ways, she gave me her number. "And I was watching that and that's what made me decide this is the right thing to do", Snipes said.

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Vaughn is now 18 months old, and the women meet up to take him for playdates in the park. "But a stranger that felt more like family to me than anyone".

The man later returned to the residence, where a female resident told 911 dispatchers she woke up to him pouring gasoline on her and around her bed with a lighter in his hand and a rifle slung over his shoulder, police said.

"I count my blessings every day", said Phipps to ABC News.

The case of mistaken identity then lead to a freakish texting exchange between the two women, which became increasingly heated.

She said she hopes her story will encourage other pregnant moms who are struggling through hard situations.

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