Police arrested a Florida Keys woman after she sent threatening text messages to another woman and posted her address on a dating website, along with an open invitation for men seeking sex, deputies said.
Vanessa Huckaba, 29, was arrested Saturday on charges of cyberstalking and sending harassing phone calls or texts.
According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, the 36-year-old Key West woman started receiving text messages from Huckaba when she began dating Huckaba’s ex-boyfriend. The woman told deputies that Huckaba would send her threatening messages. The woman also told deputies that she would need to get a restraining order.
“You think texts are bad, next is your house and your job,” Huckaba sent the woman in one message, deputies said.
Huckaba even continued to harass her after the woman got a restraining order against her.
Police say Huckaba set up a fake profile on a dating website commonly used for brief sexual encounters in which she posted the woman’s home address, cellphone number, and an open invitation for men seeking sex.
The posting included the statement, “fresh meth tonight.”
As soon as she posted the fake page, the woman told deputies men would show up at her house, and some even sent her nude photos.
Huckaba was eventually booked into jail after a warrant was issued for her arrest.