A man has landed in serious trouble after threatening a woman he slept with for dumping him.
A man terrified a woman he met online with death threats and vile jibes when she jilted him after they slept together, a court heard. The man identified as Victor Kruchinkin, 32, warned Christiana Amao that she was lucky to be alive after she ended their brief fling.
The solicitor’s abusive Facebook messages also branded her a “gobby ethnic” and called her fat with “saggy t**s”. Kruchinkin lost his job after his arrest at his desk at Adams & Remers Solicitors in London’s Pall Mall.
He and business analyst Christiana hooked up on the Bumble dating app but she finished with him after they had sex on their second date.
She has since left London for a work placement in New York and a pal last night said: “She was upset after what that creepy, creepy guy did.”
Prosecutor Gregor McKinley told Southwark crown court: “He said, ‘You invited a psycho into your bed. You’re lucky to be alive right now.’”
Christiana, left, told the court: “I was extremely worried he would try and take my life.”
Tahir Ali, defending, said he had Asperger syndrome which affected his behaviour.
Kruchinkin, of Kilburn, North West London, admitted causing annoyance or anxiety online.
But he won an appeal to have his six-week suspended prison term reduced to a 12-month community order with 100 hours’ unpaid work.