Woman jailed for filing false rape charges after bad sex

Lynette Lee 
By: Wayne Morin 

A woman was arrested after she falsely accused a man of raping her.

The woman of Clarksville, Tennessee, told police that she was sexually assaulted by the man.

However, it turned out that she simply “did not like” the sex with him.

27-year-old Lynette Lee was charged with making a false report of rape. According to police, Lee admitted to making up the accusation of rape because "she did not like" the sex with her date.

According to Clarksville Police, an investigation was opened after Lee told detectives that she was raped while on a date with a man she met on the dating site meetme.com.

When officers spoke with the suspect, he told them he was on a date with Lee, and then they went to a local motel for consensual sex.

Upon further investigation and a second interview with Lee a couple of days later, detectives learned that she was lying.

At first, Lee stuck to her original story of rape. Later, she admitted to making up the allegations because "she did not enjoy the sex” and "it was bad," according to the arrest affidavit.

Lee was booked into jail on charges of filing a false report. Her bail was set at $2,000.