A guy in England wanted to win back his ex-fiancée last summer . . . so he wrote her a letter, pretending to be the ghost of her dead mother, telling her to get back together with him. But she saw through it, and it violated her restraining order against him . . . so he was sentenced to four months in prison.
A man who posed as his ex-fiancée's dead mother in a bid to win her back has been sentenced. Roy Meadwell, 51, from Yeovil, broke the terms of a restraining order when he sent Kay Wimbury a letter pretending to be the ghost of her mother.