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A heartbroken woman who was lured into a 14-month relationship by a married father with a fake Tinder account is demanding a change in the law to make 'catfishing' illegal.
Anna Rowe, 44, met a man calling himself 'Antony Ray' after they matched on the dating app and they met up after three months of talking online, embarking on a whirlwind romance.
He told her they were 'creating something special' and would refer to her as 'Mrs Ray' and 'future wife' during thousands of messages, though he made excuses for why he could only meet up with her sporadically.
But she eventually became suspicious and hired a private investigator, who revealed that he was a married father with a separate mobile phone and social media accounts to conduct his affairs.
Miss Rowe, a teaching assistant from Canterbury, Kent, had become a victim of 'catfishing', the process of using fake accounts and sometime pictures to create a false identity and lure someone into a relationship.
And since Miss Rowe came forward, another woman has told Mail Online that she too was misled by the same 'Antony Ray', who gave her a 'carbon copy' of the lies revealed by Miss Rowe today.
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