Tamantha Johnson allegedly posed as Ryan Boudreaux, a woman she suspects was having an affair with her husband to post on Craigslist
The online ad purports Boudreaux was seeking sex from married men and also included her name, age and photo
Johnson, 48, of Houston, Texas is accused of posting the Craigslist ad in July 2017
The victim allegedly received more than 100 calls and messages from people in response to the ad, as well as nude photos from some men
Johnson has admitted that she was trying to get Boudreaux to admit to having an affair with her husband
Boudreaux says she did not have an affair with the suspect’s husband
Johnson’s divorce attorney husband David Anderson, had represented the woman she is harassing in her own divorce
David Anderson filed for divorce in April last year
Johnson is charged with online harassment and impersonation, she had also been charged in an earlier case for threatening the same victim
Her employers, Baylor College of Medicine, placed her on paid administrative leave following the revelation
Tamantha Johnson is accused of posing as her husband’s girlfriend and posting the advertisement on Craigslist in July last year, seeking married men to ‘service her’ on a regular basis
A Houston woman has been charged after she trolled her husband’s mistress by posting an ‘seeking-sex’ advert on Craigslist in her name, claiming she was seeking sex from married men.
Tamantha Johnson, 48, allegedly posed as her divorce-attorney husband’s girlfriend Ryan Boudreaux and created the posting in July 2017 “requesting married men come over and service her on a regular basis,” according to a charging document.
The advertisement also included Boudreaux’s name, age and a “personal photo,” according to prosecutors. Subsequently she allegedly received more than 100 calls and messages from people in response to the ad.
Boudreaux says she did not have an affair with the suspect’s husband.
The harassed woman was also sent unwanted nude photos from some men, according to court documents.
Johnson who is currently in the middle of divorce proceedings from her husband, initially denied having anything to do with the Craigslist ad, but investigators allegedly linked her to the posting.
Investigators traced the advertisement, and others posted to websites where cheaters hook up, to a computer at Baylor College of medicine where Johnson worked, prosecutors say.
She later told investigators she was trying to get Boudreaux to admit she’d been sleeping with her husband, David Anderson, who represented Boudreaux in her own divorce, according to the court records.
Johnson is being charged with online harassment and impersonation.
The court documents state: “The ad and websites that were posted strained the complainant’s business as an instructor and caused her to lose business and customers,” court documents state.
“The complainant indicated that she was fearful of the defendant and what she would do next. Affiant believes the ad was created to intimidate the complainant because the defendant has made several attempts to confront the complainant about the affair with her husband.”
Johnson authorities said had a pattern of harassing women she suspected of cheating with her now estranged husband. She was charged in early August last year with misdemeanor harassment after sending a series of text messages and photos to a woman with whom she believed her husband was having an affair.
Johnson was told by police to not contact the woman.
“Because you are unable to control your behavior, you have made it necessary for me to help you control your unacceptable behavior,” Johnson allegedly wrote in one miffed missive. “You are a very evil person. And you will suffer the consequences of this behavior.”
She and husband Anderson filed for divorce in April of last year, records show.
Following the revelation, Johnson’s employer elected to place her on paid administrative leave.