Specsavers worker made ex suicidal with blitz of texts and doorstep gifts

A Specsavers worker blitzed her ex with thousands of texts and gifts when he dumped her.

Optician’s assistant Michelle Felton, 28, made Ryan Harley suicidal with up to 150 calls and messages a day, begging him to take her back.

Felton wrote: "Why won’t you speak to me? I love you. Are we meeting tonight? Are we going out?"

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When he failed to respond, she accused him of cheating in his driving test.

Ryan, who lives with his mum, called police when Felton started leaving gifts on his doorstep in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.

He told officers: "I just want it all to go away and for it all to stop. I feel like ending it all."

Felton, from the same town, admitted harassment.

She was given an 18-month community order, told to complete 30 days of rehab, fined £50 and ordered to pay costs of £395 at Warrington Magistrates’ Court.

She was also barred from contacting him for 18 months.

JP Alan Eyres told Felton, who has a new fella: "We do not want to see you again."

It comes almost a year to the day after a teenager who followed her ex-student worker to Benidorm and scratched "nonce" into the bonnet of his car was hit with a restraining order.

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Chloe Armes, 19, had previously met former Eccles College 42-year-old support officer David McDermott at a pub in the summer of 2020.

The pair entered into a relationship just a few weeks after her 18th birthday.

But Armes saw red after McDermott broke up with her and smashed several windows at his ex-partner's home.

She then continued to message and call McDermott — leading him to change his mobile number three times, after she repeatedly contacted him on unknown numbers, or by using someone else’s phone.

Having previously tracked him down on holiday in Benidorm, scratching "nonce" into his car bonnet led to her having to pay £200 in damages, as well as £400 for the window damage at his ex-partner's home.

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