Glamour model Josie Cunningham was fooled by an impersonator into believing he was Hull City defender Curtis Davies
Josie Cunningham was desperate to become a football WAG that she did not realise on time that her toaster was not who he claimed to be
A man impersonating Hull City defender wooed the Glamour model into believing he is Curtis Davies and she remained fooled for 18 months, ending up in a pregnant state
A “manipulated” Ms Cunningham felt she was dating an English football star that she even boasted to her friends that she was dating an undisclosed Premier League star. They did not believe her, but she insisted she had bedded the star; at the end, she is “physically fooled” by the man, who she says is a Davies look-a-like, after he sent her photos of the 29-year-old while romancing her online
Josie and her Davies look-alike went on to enjoy a brief relationship, making out in hotels until she ended up pregnant.
Cunningham went into labour at the weekend, but she expresses her regrets, even to her manager who warned her of the scam
''I feel so dirty, ashamed and devastated. I've been completely manipulated by a man for 18 months pretending to be a Premiership footballer.''
“We weren’t in a full-blown relationship, so I didn’t see him too much. That’s how he managed to keep the lie going. “I know I’m not that clever,” Josie wrote on her twitter.
The real Curtis Davies said he was "disappointed" in the story, which had "no legs."
Josie Cunningham, a former call girl gave birth to the child on Tuesday, which makes it her fourth