Link 2 Mobile. A woman has been prosecuted for sexual services put ads on the internet on behalf of two people, without prior notice.
Aishling Madde 34 years were arrested for putting a man and woman in the Gumtree advertising website that offers a variety of sexual services, including phone numbers and addresses.
Female victim told the court that he get 20 calls from parties interested in the offering, before the ad was removed.
Madden originating from Clondalkin Dublin take action on the four men as part of the joke. However, Madden can not remember their name and address.
She plead not guilty in court on four charges Dublin criminal defamation on David Henry and Louise Vivace. He also denied two other charges related to the issuance of additional material that is not obscene, lewd and offensive.
Sergeant Liam Coogan in Computer Crime Investigations Unit said at the hearing, Madden said that as part of the joke.
Madden also said she forgot to name them and just meet some time in the city center.
Mark Gibson, who worked on Gumtree at the time said one ad title was not enough profanity complete with numbers and email addresses Henry's office.