reports that 39-year-old Frances Lee Tapscott is accused of posting an ad on the popular dating site Plenty of Fish in an attempt at having a woman sexually assaulted.The arrest was made on Saturday, after authorities were called by the victim of the attempted crime.

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reports that the Florida woman wrote in the fake dating ad that she wanted strange men to go to her residence and act out a so-called “rape fantasy” that she had.

This created a catastrophe for the alleged victim, because Tapscott’s alleged behavior didn’t end at simply posting the ad.

When men began responding to the post she made, she allegedly shared the woman’s details with them — her address and phone number — so they could contact her directly.

The victim of the alleged series of events became fearful for her life when men started showing up at her home and calling her on the phone asking to help her act out the rape fantasy they had been sent to fulfill.

At this time it’s not known if Tapscott knew the victim personally.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time someone has been accused of using online dating sites to harass or even bring harm to another person.

In fact, a Wyoming man got into trouble in 2010 for doing just what the Florida woman is accused of doing.

This horrifying experience not only drove the woman to call authorities and report the incident, but she also fled her home that night, fearing for her safety.

The Florida woman accused of putting these events in motion was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking.