Threesome Turns to False Rape Accusation

Hannah McWhirter of Banff, Aberdeenshire, was supposed to be sentenced for a false rape claim made against a co-worker and her husband, Dionne and Shaun Clark. McWhirter’s lawyer withdrew from the case prior to sentencing.

McWhirter and Dionne Clark met as shopworkers in a department store. McWhirter also became friends with Clark’s husband, Shaun. On July 13, 2013, while McWhirter’s boyfriend was out, she went to a Travelodge for a threesome with the Clarks. Things turned sour after when McWhirter failed to respond to Dionne Clark’s text messages. Shaun Clark then told McWhirter’s boyfriend about the threesome. McWhirter responded by making the false rape accusation, claiming that she had only gone to the Clark’s hotel room to use the toilet, but was taken prisoner and raped. The police seized the Clarks and subjected them hours of interrogation and weeks of investigation.

The police interviewed the Clarks, but subsequent investigation and evidence contradicted McWhirter’s story. McWhirter is scheduled for sentencing next month.

McWhirter admitted to the deception when she appeared in court. McWhirter’s lawyer, Sam Milligan, withdrew after she lied to a social worker about legal advice he had given her. Aberdeenshire sheriff Graham Buchanan gave McWhirter two weeks to find another lawyer.

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  1. […] False rape accuser Hannah McWhirter of Banff, Aberdeenshire withdrew a guilty plea she made in connection with the false rape report, claiming she “suffers” from “semantic pragmatic disorder.” McWhirter’s charges came about after she had a threesome with a co-worker and her husband, then lied about being raped when her boyfriend discovered the affair. […]

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