And Carol Markin claimed this man was a sex offender. Well, if he now has to register, that would mean he wasn't a sex offender, but is now. You can also see all the other related posts, by clicking the "CarolMarkin" link above. She is an author of several books on "Bad Dates," and apparently didn't take her own advice. I personally think it was a publicity stunt, but that is just me.
LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles man has been sentenced to a year in jail on his no-contest plea to sexually assaulting a woman he met through the online dating site Match.com.
Jane Robison, a spokeswoman for Los Angeles County prosecutors, says [name withheld] also was sentenced Monday to five years of probation and was ordered to register as a sex offender and complete a year of counseling.
Wurtzel pleaded no contest last month to one count of sexual battery by restraint.
Wurtzel met the woman through the dating website and they went on two dates. Prosecutors said that during the second date [name withheld] drove the woman to her home and followed her inside, where he sexually assaulted her while holding her down.
- Why would she let a man she hardly knows, into her home? I think she needs to investigate bad dating again, or maybe common sense?
The woman settled a lawsuit against Match.com.