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Ex-Husband Accused Of Posting Salacious Craigslist Ad Using Ex-Wife's Identity

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COLLEYVILLE (CBSDFW.COM) - An ugly divorce turned dangerous in Colleyville, according to one woman who says her ex used Craigslist, strangers and a sexy ad to make her life hell.

The woman – identified only as Jane Doe – is seeking more than $1 million in damages.

Her ex-husband, Bobby Moore, is already on probation, convicted of Online Impersonation, after he put an ad on Craiglist in her name.

According to her lawsuit, the post included her cell phone number alongside a picture of another woman and advertised she "wanted multiple strangers to come to her 'home' and take sexual 'advantage of her'."

Interested men replied, texting Doe sexually explicit pictures and messages.

"Would love to come over and have fun this morning with you JJ" read one.

"Hey beautiful Did you place an ad? ? You look really nice," read another.

Most included more graphic references.

"It's a chilling thought that someone could be so sick and vindictive," said attorney John Browning.

Browning specializes in new media and has seen similar cases. "This is actually something that's happened across the country. There's a notorious case in, I think, in Iowa where a woman was sexually assaulted because of what an ex has posted on a site like Craiglist," he said.

Doe's lawsuit accuses Moore of violating her privacy by revealing her cell phone number "through which the address of her private residence is easily discovered."

It says she shared her home "with her two young children" including Moore's own pre-school aged daughter.

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