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by Reggie Noble on July 18, 2012

The 30-year-old Texas man exacted his revenge on two women who had spurned his online advances by creating fake online profiles for them. He even signed one up for a service catering to prison inmates.

That’s low, Bro.

McGraw met one of the women through OkCupid.com, an online dating site,  in October 2011.  They dated for about two months, when she told him that she wasn’t looking for a serious relationship. To test her loyalty, McGraw created a fake account on the dating site with the name “Bryan Smiles” and tried to arrange a date with her, records show.

She agreed to the date with the fictitious “Smiles” but ended up cancelling.  The document states that this angered him and he created a series of phony profiles of  the woman on the dating site that claimed she was a “porn star and doctor” and  was a “very sexual person and loves sex.” He also linked her home and work addresses to the cloned profile, the document states.

A second woman had a similar story about McGraw, who she said she dated for about five months. About two weeks after their relationship ended, she told police that she discovered McGraw had used her email address to sign her up for “CellPals.com”, which is a prisoner correspondence website.

Luckily for McGraw, he’ll already be familiar with the conjugal-visit website if convicted.

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