March 28, 2013

Mary Gullickson - Jailed After Posting Craigslist Ad Asking For Sex Fantasy, Then Falsely Reported The Encounter As Rape

Mary Gullickson MySpace

Fargo, North Dakota (The Weekly Vice) - Mary Kate Gullickson, a 20-year-old North Dakota State University Student, was jailed after she allegedly posted a request for sex on Craigslist, then told police she had been kidnapped and raped.

According to North Dakota State University police, Gullickson reportedly posted an ad on Craigslist, stating that she wished to experience a sexual fantasy that involved a mock kidnap and rape scenario.

Gullickson reportedly communicated to multiple responders that she wanted to picked up off the street, bound with duct tape and then forced to have sex. She then requested that she be dropped off at the location where she was found.

One of the ad responders agreed to Guillickson's request and role played the fantasy with her.  At the conclusion of the encounter, Gullickson promptly went to police and stated that she had been kidnapped and raped.

News of the purported rape spread across the NDSU campus, prompting police to devote a large amount of manpower and resources towards identifying a suspect in the case

When news of the investigation reached the man who agreed to role play Gullickson's fantasy, he stepped forward to set the record straight about the incident.

Investigators tracked down Gullickson's Craigslist ad and uncovered the email and phone number associated with it. Investigators also searched Gullickson's iPhone, which contained so many responses to the ad, Gullickson was unable to identify which response came from the man she ultimately accused of raping her.

Guillickson also allegedly asked some of the responders to pay her $100 for the privilege of participating in the fantasy with her.

When asked why she lied to police about the alleged rape, Gullickson stated that her boyfriend forced her to report the encounter as a rape.

Gullickson was booked into the Cass County Jail and charged with providing false information to law enforcement. She pleaded guilty to the charge at her arraignment and was sentenced on the spot to a one-year suspended sentence and a year of supervised probation.

Danny Vice
The Weekly Vice

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