The Public Prosecution Service will prosecute a woman who stalked herself, while the alleged perpetrator was unjustly imprisoned for it. Sanne S. (33) reported to the TV program two years ago ‘Zeeman confronts: stalkers’ because she would have a stalker. But that story turned out to be slightly different.
When Sanne S. tells her story about a stalker who has made her life a hell since 2017, no one was wondering whether all this was true. The threats and messages to her all seemed genuine. It would concern patient Berry with whom she had come into contact during her internship period. However, when the television makers dig deeper, they find zero evidence of the stalking. It soon turns out that Sanne S. has staged the stalking. She admits that herself and she is sorry.
Sanne turned out to be very smart in 2017 by using Berry’s number and pretending to be him. And not without consequences. Berry (now 55 years old) received a sentence of twelve months in prison in 2019, three of which were suspended, followed treatment and also had to pay a sum of money. While Berry has served his sentence, he always flatly denied and so now it looks like a huge miscarriage of justice. Today, a spokesperson RTL Boulevard know that the woman was stalking herself, while everyone initially thought she was the victim. For the Public Prosecution Service, Sanne S. is now also the perpetrator and will prosecute her for, among other things, filing a false report and identity fraud.
Naturally, the decision of the Public Prosecution Service to prosecute Sanne S. has a lot to do with Berry. He leaves – through his lawyer – to RTL Boulevard know: ,, It is inconceivable that the lady has been able to make so many false declarations. She has always been taken at her word and that has led to me being wrongly imprisoned and wrongly admitted to the Pieter Baan Center. It is a great relief to me that she has finally fallen through the basket. Her prosecution is a first step towards justice for me. In addition, my lawyer is working on a review request. That will go to the Supreme Court as soon as possible.”
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