Deceit: Dodd met the three men on a night out in Nottingham but regretted bedding them all
A woman who cried rape because she regretted having sex with three men at a drunken orgy has been jailed for two years for her ‘wicked’ lies.
Rosie Dodd, 20, had been out drinking when she met the men, aged 25, 23, and 21, and started groping one of them on a bus on the way home.
She had sex with them one after the other, but after telling a friend she felt ‘dirty’ she lied to police that she had been raped.
The men, two of them students, then suffered a ‘nightmare’ involving intimate examinations and being locked up in cells.
But after police became concerned about inconsistencies in Dodd’s account, she admitted the encounters had been consensual.
Last night she was put behind bars. On a social networking website, she has left displayed numerous photographs of herself with a string of men, apparently taken as trophies of her conquests.
Jailing Dodd at Nottingham crown court, Judge John Milmo told her: ‘None of these three lads had seen the inside of a police station before.
'They may well have been wrongly convicted if these charges had gone to trial. It was ten days before police managed to talk to you – and you admitted your allegations had been completely untrue. I am told, from your perspective, it was easier to tell lies rather than tell the truth.
'I have no idea why you decided to make these wicked allegations.’
Dodd went out drinking in Nottingham city centre in June, downing eight vodkas and ending up in a casino.
There she met one of her numerous ex-boyfriends and through him met the trio.
She and the three men took a bus to a house in the Clifton area of the city, and during the journey she began groping one of them.
In the house she willingly had sex with all three.
But afterwards she texted a friend saying that she felt ‘dirty’. With that in mind she claimed to police that all three of her partners had raped her.
The men, who have not been named, were arrested on suspicion of rape and spent a total of 50 hours in custody before being released on bail.
After further enquiries police grew suspicious and, when challenged, Dodd admitted she had consensual sex with the men and made up the claims because she felt regret at sleeping with them.
But police said Dodd, of Nottingham, who is listed as in a relationship on a social media site, showed no remorse.
She was charged with perverting the course of justice and pleaded guilty at a previous hearing.
The court heard that one of her victims had recently graduated from university – but what should have been a time for celebration became a ‘nightmare’.
Another victim, who was also a student, said a medical investigation he was forced to go through was 'awful’, and told of his embarrassment at having to detail the consensual sex he had had.
One of the men said he feared his plans to work with children in America would be wrecked by the episode, although police claimed any trace of the investigation would be wiped from their files. None of the men had any criminal record.
Detective Constable Gina Farrell, who led the investigation, said: ‘We take every report of rape and sexual assault extremely seriously.
'But it soon became apparent that there were inconsistencies with Dodd’s account.
'The three men accused of rape were quite badly affected by the damaging accusations and Dodd has never shown an ounce of remorse for what she put them through.
'The time our specially-trained officers spent with her could have been spent with someone who really needed our help.’
Detective Inspector Stephen Waldram, head of the city Rape Investigation Team, said: ‘I would remind anyone considering making a false report to think again.
'We carry out extremely thorough and in-depth investigations and their lies will be exposed.
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