Some people really don’t know how to act when their relationship ends.
One lady in particular, Michelle Felton from England who couldn’t take the breakup with her boyfriend Ryan Harley.
Miss Felton, loved Harley so much that she blew his phone up with messages and calls according to Mirror.
A woman drove her ex-boyfriend to the brink of suicide with more than 1,000 text messages pleading with him to rekindle their broken romance.
Michelle Felton, 28, was so infatuated with Ryan Harley that she rang or messaged him up to 150 times each day after he ended their relationship.
The woman, who works as an assistant for Specsavers, sent her ex multiple messages every day, asking him: “Why won’t you speak to me? I love you. Are we meeting tonight? Are we going out?”
Felton accused Mr Harley of cheating in his driving test when he failed to respond.
Mr Harley, who lives with his mother in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire eventually called the police when Felton began leaving gifts on his doorstep.
The man, who accused Felton of controlling him during their 21-month fling, told officers: “I just want it to go away and for it all to stop. I just feel like ending it all.”
At Warrington Magistrates’ Court, Felton also of Ellesmere Port admitted harassment after her not-guilty plea to coercive behaviour was accepted by prosecutors.
She was banned from contacting Mr Harley for 18 months and sentenced to an 18-month community order with a requirement she participates with 30 days of rehabilitative activity.
That’s an insane amount of texting and calling.
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