But June, 39, who has now moved house with her children Kieron, 13, and Leonie, six, to escape him says Guy should have been locked up.The shaken mum, who also has an older daughter Sophie, 21, says: “I cannot believe he’s not been jailed.But as she distanced herself from Guy, the fantasist bombarded her with sinister texts, nailed a sign to her home saying “I love you”, threatened the safety of her young family and faked a brain tumour.
“I expected him to be genuine.” After four weeks of chatting online, June agreed to meet him at a Starbucks in Leeds.“Once I peed on the stick I just walked out of the bathroom because I knew I wasn’t pregnant.“Then Chris showed me the test and declared we were having a baby. You’re talking to my dinner.’ “The next day he proposed with a Haribo ring.“When I looked at the test it was clear he’d drawn two lines on it with a Biro. “It was laughable.” June kicked Guy out of her home on February 13 after discovering that on top of the lies, he had been using her debit card without permission, leaving her overdrawn. “He booked the register office for our wedding, told his mum I was pregnant and posted a picture on Facebook of him with a ring on, saying we were engaged. “He inundated me with sinister texts saying things like, ‘Till death do us part’.” “He would turn up at my house unannounced.“When I told him to leave and ignored his texts, he told me he had a brain tumour — all lies to make me feel sorry for him.