Shane Pellerin Law Firm Probate LawyerA Deer Park woman who was angry with a friend created a raunchy personal ad in revenge. 20-year-old Abigail Stubbs created an online personal ad to get back at her friend and has been charged with harassing a friend by pretending to be her as well as looking for sex.

Stubbs works at a Deer Park restaurant, and according to court records she came up with her plan while working. She created the ad with her phone and a picture of her friend in a bikini that she had available. Within minutes the victim’s phone lit up with many explicit messages including photographs of genitals.

The victim quickly contacted both police and Craigslist, and police were able to track the ad back to Stubbs.

The charge against Stubbs is a third degree felony, and if she’s convicted she could face up to 10 years in prison as well as a $100,000 fine.

Source:, “Police: Woman angry at friend posted fake online personal ad on Craigslist as revenge,” by Jessica Willey, April 30, 2014