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February 13, 2016

Revenge: Woman falsely calls cops on ex-boyfriend nine times

South Jersey woman arrested, facing 35 charges, and jailed

Revenge 911

Ann Marie Weatherspoon's revenge plot against an ex-boyfriend unraveled after she made nine calls to 911, falsely claiming he was beating up his current girlfriend. Weatherspoon now faces 35 criminal counts after her voice was recognized by a Salem City cop.

Ann Marie Weatherspoon apparently believes revenge is a dish best served cold.

Again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again.

She allegedly made nine 911 calls to police, siccing cops on her ex-boyfriend’s house repeatedly.

Her voice on those repeated calls led a cop to recognize her when she came to post bail on a criminal contempt charge for breaking a restraining order.

Police did not say who was supposed to have been shielded by the restraining order.

Her distinct voice got her arrested last week.

The calls followed a pattern.

Salem City police allege she would stand outside her ex-boyfriend’s house after making each call.

Posing as a neighbor, she’d tell the arriving cops that her ex was assaulting his current girlfriend.

But that was never true.

Salem City’s police chief told it was all a revenge plot.

In a turnabout, Weatherspoon now faces 35 criminal charges.

They include nine counts of making false calls to the 911 system, seven counts of falsely incriminating another, nine counts of making false reports to police, nine counts of harassment and one count of stalking.

Weatherspoon allegedly gave a false name each time she made a call to the county emergency center, but she pretty much gave the same cover story every time, according to the chief.

Once, though, she falsely reported there had been gunfire.

She is jailed at the Salem County Correctional Facility, held on $54,500 bail, according to the chief.

Police did not identify the former boyfriend, considered a victim.