Nurse, 28, who posed as a man to dupe women into sending nude pics tricks three more victims – weeks after being freed from jail

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A WARPED nurse who used a voice-change app to con women struck again — weeks after being freed from jail for the same dating scam.

Adele Rennie, 28, tricked three new vict­ims by posing as a man.

Adele Rennie tricked women into sending her naked pictures by posing as a man online
Adele Rennie tricked women into sending her naked pictures by posing as a man online
Adele Rennie tricked three new victims since being freed from jail
Adele Rennie tricked three new victims since being freed from jail
Kenny Ramsay – The Sun Glasgow

Slamming the sicko, of Kilmarnock, one target said: “It sent a chill down my spine.”

A single mum duped by scheming Rennie’s fake lawyer alias told how she was left terrified by the catfish scam.The victim, 27, said she felt in “danger” and fled her home after being bombarded by calls and messages from a brief called “Daniel Crolla”.

But the mum of two was horrified when a pal rumbled Rennie’s past conviction of fooling women by a using voice-changing app to make her sound like a fella.

Speaking after the sicko was nailed for a second time, the victim — who cannot be named — said: “I had no idea it was Adele Rennie who was behind it.

“This criminal lawyer called Dan was contacting me all the time but when I checked there was nobody under that name.“I knew something wasn’t right and I thought I was in danger.

“I called my friend and said, ‘You need to come and get me. I don’t feel safe in my house’.”

The woman was contacted on dating app Tinder and Instagram by Rennie, 28, who was released ten months into a 22-month sentence in October.

They shared flirty texts and calls where Rennie said her alter ego drove a black Jaguar and lived in Troon, Ayrshire.

But when the mum went to check out the pad with a pal, they discovered no flash motor outside.

She recalled: “I knew then this person was not who they said they were.

“But at this point I still thought it was a guy.

“I phoned the police and told them I was concerned because they knew where I lived.”

‘I DIDN’T FEEL SAFE’

The victim revealed she got back in touch with her alleged love interest to “call his bluff”.

She added: “He sent me a message saying he had been talking to a computer expert at his work who could tell him pretty much everything I am doing.

“That was very disturbing and threatening. I just thought, ‘Oh f***’. By this time I was staying at my mum’s. I didn’t feel safe.”

Cops advised her to keep messaging before a friend’s Google search found Rennie’s cruel past.

The victim said: “I knew it was Adele because it was so similar. Police told me they were pretty sure she would have followed me.

“It was the same officer who dealt with her the first time.

“He was flabbergasted and couldn’t believe she would do it again.”

Ex-nurse Rennie, of Kilmarnock, yesterday admitted tricking the mum of two and persuading her to send pictures and a video at the town’s sheriff court.


She also pleaded guilty to causing fear and alarm to a woman in Milngavie, near Glasgow, and another targeted in her past con.

Sentence was deferred over January’s offences and Rennie remanded.

We told how she was caged in December 2017 for duping ten victims over five years.

Rennie used pictures of model Craig Dunn to trick her victims
Rennie used pictures of model Craig Dunn to trick her victims
She used pictures to convince the women she was a male doctor
She used pictures to convince the women she was a male doctor
Ex-nurse Rennie, of Kilmarnock, yesterday admitted tricking the mum of two and persuading her to send pictures and a video at the town’s sheriff court.
Ex-nurse Rennie, of Kilmarnock, yesterday admitted tricking the mum of two and persuading her to send pictures and a video at the town’s sheriff court
Kenny Ramsay – The Sun Glasgow
Former Miss Scotland finaliest Abbie Draper had been involved in exposing Rennie's first scam
Former Miss Scotland finaliest Abbie Draper had been involved in exposing Rennie’s first scam
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