Florida Woman Stole Valentine's Date's Car, Falsely Accused Him of Rape
Lloyd Jackson Jr.'s Valentine's Day went pretty well. His date, Tammy Hamilton, 47, decided to stay the night. It wasn't until he woke up the next morning that he realized that she had stolen his Ford Explorer. And that was only the beginning of his troubles.
See, sometimes it is better off to be alone on Valentine's Day. File that away for next year.
After waking up on Saturday morning to find that Hamilton and his SUV were missing from his Ocala home, Jackson Jr., 48, he called a friend to drive him to Hamilton's home. Hamilton eventually pulled up in the truck, but when she noticed Jackson waiting for her she tried to put it in reverse and drive away. Jackon though was able to reach in through the passenger's side window and grab the keys before she could escape.
Jackson then called police. When they arrived Hamilton claimed that she hadn't stole the vehicle, and further more she stated that not only did Jackson pay her for sex but that he had raped her.
Police took the accusation seriously, and Hamilton was taken to the hospital for an examination. Later however she admitted that she had made up the rape accusation.
She was arrested on charges of grand theft auto and making a false report to a police officer.
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