A MUM’s creepy ex-boyfriend planted a GPS tracker on her car so he could snoop on her after she dumped him.
Veronika Janoscikova, 36, ditched fiancee Thomas Forret, 35, but he turned stalker and even sent her son Adam anonymous messages about her life.
While she was out with friends, Forret texted the teen, then 15 : “Looks like you might be getting another dad soon.
“Mum’s enjoying spending night with another guy.”
The HGV driver also sent his ex-emails from fake accounts, flowers to her work, and used the tracker to find out where she was going.
She claims her car was damaged three times while she was out and about, and on the last time cops found a tracker they were able to prove Forret bought and was monitoring on his phone.
But it’s not alleged Forret was behind the damage to the car.
He admitted stalking and breaching a non-molestation order and was given a 12 month prison sentence suspended for 18 months, at Manchester Crown Court.
But Veronika said she’s become too frightened to leave her house, lost her job, and fears he’s still looking for her.
Speaking out for the first time,the mum-of-one from Salford, Greater Manchester, said: “I’m sick with terror at the thought that he’s not gone straight to jail.
I’m sick with terror at the thought that he’s not gone straight to jail. He’s so intimidating
“He’s so intimidating.
“When I went to Crown Court to hear the sentencing, I was in the same room as him – but I couldn’t look at him, he had that power over me.
“I’ve not been able to hold down a steady job since all this began a year ago – in part because I don’t want to be anywhere long-term so he can’t track me as easily at work.
LIVING IN FEAR
“I don’t want to leave the house either, because I worked really hard for it.
“I feel like I’m back to square one – poor, worried, and everything in arrears.
“He said he’d not stop until I had nothing. He’s doing everything to make that the case.
“Thomas won’t ever stop – not until he’s won.”
Veronika said she met Forret at work, she was his boss until he left in March 2017, and they got together.
They entered into an intense relationship, and Forret, from Wrexham, moved into her house in Salford within two months, she said.
I feel like I’m back to square one – poor, worried, and everything in arrears
But they broke up in March 2018 after his jealously got out of control.
She hoped Forret was out of her life for good when he was slapped with a non-molestation order by a judge.
But in July, Veronika was at a charity boxing match in Stoke with former colleagues, and Forret called police to say she’d left Adam alone in the house.
CREEPY TEXTS AND EMAILS
Before embarking on a creepy campaign including sending her messages and emails accusing her of being unfaithful.
Veronika became so distracted at work that she was eventually dismissed, and applied for short term jobs.
After her car was damaged, Veronika called police and a “switched on” officer checked underneath her car – and found a tracking device attached to the car by a magnet.
Police began an investigation, and managed to trace the purchase of the device to Forret, a court heard.
Forret pleaded guilty to stalking and breaching a non-molestation order at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on April 30.
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Forret could face jail if he breaks the court’s order – but Veronika is still living in fear.
She said: “There are times when I am scared to leave the house, even in daylight, for fear of being attacked by Thomas.
“Worse than that, I don’t know if I can ever really enter a relationship again.”
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