Woman jailed after falsely accusing 3 men of raping her

Rosie Dodd  
By: Sarah Weiss 

A woman who cried rape after having sex with three men in a drunken orgy, has been jailed for two years for her bad lies.

Rosie Dodd, 20, had been drinking when she met the men, aged 25, 23 and 21, and started groping one of them on a bus on the way home.

She had sex with them, one after another, but after telling a friend she felt dirty she lied to the police that she was raped.

The men, two of them students, then suffered a nightmare involving intimate examinations and were held in cells. But when the police became concerned about inconsistencies in Dodd’s allegations, she admitted that the encounters were consensual. She was put behind bars.

On a social networking website, she has left numerous photographs showing herself with a series of men, apparently taken as trophies of her conquests.
Dodd was Imprisonment in Nottingham Crown Court, where Judge John Milmo said: "None of these three guys had seen the inside of a police station before.

Have they have been wrongly convicted on these charges at trial they would have faced years in jail. It took police ten days before police were able to get her to admit her allegations were completely false. I have said that, from her point of view, it was easier lying and not telling the truth.

I have no idea why she decided to make these perverse accusations.” Dodd was drinking in Nottingham city center, dropping eight vodkas and ending up in a casino. There she met one of her many former boyfriends and through him met with the three additional men.

She and the three men took a bus to a house in the Clifton area of the city, and during the journey she began groping one. Once in the house she voluntarily had sex with all three.

But later, she sent a message to a friend saying that she felt dirty. With that in mind she claimed to police that the three partners had violated her. She was accused of perverting the course of justice and pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing. She was jailed for two years.