A Woman Faked Her Own Kidnapping To Test Her Boyfriend's Love, Doesn’t End Well…

22 September 2016, 13:11 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

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Woodrow Whyte

By Woodrow Whyte


Have you ever wanted to test someone's love for you? If so, here's a fucked up story that will make you think twice about doing that.

A 22-year-old woman in Florida was arrested Tuesday after she claimed she was kidnapped at gunpoint but later admitted she concocted the story to get her boyfriend's attention, "to see if her boyfriend truly cared about her". Apparently she thought another woman was interested in her bf and she got jealous. 


Sound a bit crazy? Well that's because it is! And it's landed her in a spot of bother with the police. The girl in question was charged with filing a false report with law enforcement and released from jail after she posted a $2,000 bond. 

According to the Daily Commercial, Janet told police officers she was abducted from the car park of an apartment complex at gunpoint by a man and forced to get into the trunk of his car. She claimed to police officers that the kidnapper eventually left her at a dog park but after reviewing surveillance tapes, police saw Janet leaving the apartment complex property and walking toward a nearby road — with no kidnapper in sight. Why do people never think about CCTV? LOL

As bizarre as it is, it is kinda sad that she felt like she had to go to such extremes to figure out if her boyfriend 'truly cared about her'. That's some major relationship anxiety! Next time just fake having the flu or just, y'know, talk to them? 

Unfortunately we don't know yet whether the boyfriend has decided to stay with the woman. We gonna say no. Would you?

[H/T Teen Vogue]