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Jilted man who mocked trans lover by calling her a 'manny with a fanny' fined

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transgender love rival by calling her "a manny with a fanny" has been fined. Ryan Nellies was convicted of an offence "aggravated by prejudice relating to sexual orientation" and fined £270 at Dundee Sheriff Court.

The charge stated that he blamed Rachel Fenton for the breakdown of his relationship "and referred to her as a manny with a fanny".

Nellies, 25, of St Andrews, Fife, posted offensive messages after being dumped by his teenage girlfriend Megan Alsop. Fiscal depute Sarah High told the court: "On 11 November 2021 Rachel Fenton observed a public post on Facebook which was made by the accused. "It stated the accused held witness Fenton responsible for his relationship ending and referred to him as a manny with a fanny.The witness was offended but did not report it to police at that time.On 23 November messages were exchanged between the accused and Miss Alsop on Facebook Messenger.

He said: "Nothing stops till you stop."I asked you multiple times to stop as youse were destroying our family and you never, so why should I?"Nellies sent creepy messages to his estranged girlfriend where he gave a clear indication that he or someone else had been closely watching her.He was able to say what colour of jumper she had changed into, how she was sitting, and made mention of where her car had been parked."It made her believe the accused had somebody watching her," the prosecutor said.

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