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Melbourne catfisher found guilty of stalking after impersonating home and away star Lincoln Lewis


Inside Home and Away catfisher’s ‘pathological’ web of lies – as the ‘getting deep in character’ trick she used to pose as Lincoln Lewis and a British star are revealed

  • Lydia Abdelmalek, 32, was sentenced to two years and eight months for stalking
  • Abdelmalek impersonated Home and Away star Lincoln Lewis to stalk victims
  • Prosecutors said Abedelmalek lied to psychologists while preparing her appeal
  • Victims have called for the Judge to use the appeal to increase her sentence

A woman who impersonated TV stars to attract victims online before stalking them is a pathological liar who continues to deny her crimes to psychologists, a court has heard.

Lydia Abdelmalek, 32, was found guilty of six stalking charges in 2019 and was sentenced to two…



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