PORTLAND - A Portland man who put ads on Craigslist asking men to come over and have sex with his ex-girlfriend will spend the next four years behind bars.
Andre Flom, 31, was arrested after police said they verified more than 40 postings on Craigslist and other media sites came from him between November 2011 to January 2012.
He later pleaded guilty to several counts of computer crimes and identity theft. He was sentenced on Monday.
The posts appeared to be from Catlin Moser herself, but they were not. They listed her name, phone number and address and invited men to contact her for sexual encounters. She told KGW as many as 50 men came to her home each night, knocking on her door on the days the postings with her address appeared. She said others would call or text.
One of the ads said "Having a party tonight at my house! Encourage single guys to come..." The Craigslist posts also invited people to dig up her landscaping plants, plus disassemble and remove a play structure in her yard.
A detective on the case said the posts began after Flom was convicted in October of domestic violence against Moser. She told KGW Flom tried to strangle her and then she filed a restraining order.