Emily Salt Wiki
Emily Salt, 26, a graduate in International Business, Finance and Economics, met with the manager during a six-month internship at the bank.
An HSBC graduate trainee had an affair with her 56-year-old manager before bombarding him with 89 messages in four weeks and threatening to ‘destroy your daughter and your career’ after they broke up.
Emily Salt Age
She is 26 years old.
Emily Salt Daughter
But, after their relationship collapsed, she harassed him with angry messages and said to her 16-year-old daughter: ‘You look like a whore, your eyebrows are in the middle of your head. Your dad earns enough money to have a nose job.
Salt pleaded guilty to causing her former partner harassment between April 15 and May 19 last year, and causing his daughter harassment between 1 November, 2018 and 1 August 2019 during a hearing at Croydon Magistrates’ court, London.
She was sentenced to an 18-month restraining order, prohibiting her from contacting the two victims, 25 days of rehabilitation, 100 hours community service and ordered to pay £85 costs.
Salt, who was hauled to court when she continued the harassment after moving from her home in Stockport, Greater Manchester, had attended Poynton High School and Alliance Manchester Business School.
She had also sent insults aimed at the girl’s mother.
District Judge Nigel McLean told the trainee that her offences ‘clearly crossed the custody threshold’ as he handed down her sentence.
“The young victim was forced to endure almost a year of her abuse and sustained harassment,” he said. ‘It was designed to cause you the greatest anguish at the time I was taking exams. ‘His actions in relation to the father were designed to cause him anguish by subjecting him to harassment and also to abuse his daughter. The abuse to which they are subject was sinister.
Prosecutor Julie Idowu said the former partner had told Salt ‘not to contact him or his family’ and had threatened to report her to the police.
Emily Salt Facebook & Instagram account
‘Facebook and Instagram accounts were set up in the name of the male complainant and friends and family of his received requests,’ she said, ‘but the accounts belonged to this defendant’.
‘There was also an attempt to hack into the ISA account of the daughter. He received a text from the defendant notifying him of an attempt to liquidate the investment in his daughter’s Junior ISA account.’
Emily Salt Charged
Salt was initially charged with a £9,000 fraud regarding the ISA, but this was dropped at Inner London Crown Court.
Emily Salt lawyer Marina Williamson
Salt’s lawyer, Marina Williamson, told the court: “ He met the victim during a six-month internship at the bank and little did he know he would end up in the terrible experience that ended here. He was older at the bank, thirty years older than she and she was quite vulnerable, quite young. She fell deeply in love with him and that is part of the reason he behaved so badly in the end. “He was a victim of psychological manipulation, domestic violence at the hands of the plaintiff who lied and made false promises.”
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