A MODEL has revealed chilling texts from her ex who hacked her bank account, email and Snapchat for dumping him.
Dagmara Kita, 24, had to go into hiding to flee her controlling former partner Nick Doyle after he carried out a sick revenge plot to financially "ruin her".
In a terrifying assault on her finances, jilted Doyle, 30, who was furious at being dumped by Miss Kita, had managed to seize control of her IP address.
He then hacked into her online bank and social media accounts.
Miss Kita got a message from Doyle saying "f**k with me and I promise you'll regret it'' before receiving a text from her bank saying her account had been stripped of thousands of pounds.
During a series of texts to the victim, some under false names, he warned her against fleeing back to her native Poland.
He said: ''Right my little petal – I have been able to watch all your s**t.
"I have your bank logins and I have your Snapchat logins. Try f***ing march mate.''
He added: ''I'm gonna sink your credit score, I'm gonna debt your teeth out your, I'll drain your bank accounts.
"Believe me you won't be able top use your wi-fi without me knowing f*** all.
''I promise you, swear on my unborn nephew's life I'm gonna ruin you to the point you won't go to Poland.''
Afterwards, he sent Miss Kita an email from her own account signed off with the words "much love, c***" so she knew he wasn't lying.
Doyle was arrested after Miss Kita went to the police, detailing how she had been bombarded with threatening phone calls.
She also described how he had trailed her movements by logging into her online accounts.
Today, Miss Kita spoke out after Doyle, from Middleton near Rochdale, Greater Manchester, was jailed for two years after admitting harassment.
She said: "Nick made my life a misery and I’m so glad he was brought to justice, but I feel our legal and justice system needs to change.
''After I reported Nick, police kept me updated but because he was only making threats and hadn’t actually acted on any of them, they said there was nothing they could do which allowed him to continue his reign of terror.
"It was terrifying and I lived in constant fear for my life.''
The pair had begun a relationship in 2015 but split in 2019 when an argument about saving for a mortgage led to him punching a hole through a wall in the couple’s rented home.
'LIVED IN CONSTANT FEAR'
During an 18-month campaign of terror, Doyle called Miss Kita 61 times in the space of an hour.
And when she refused to speak to him ahead of a trip to Poland to escape him, Doyle told her: "You wanna take the p*** like that, god help you when I get my hands on you tomorrow pal.''
His other abusive texts went on: "I am going to do s*** to your house and car as you keep ignoring me.
"I will blast the f***ing lot of it, do not f***ing block me. Answer your phone, this is going to keep happening, you are making the situation worse.
"There is going to be more drama and you’ll have to change your car, house and job."
Miss Kita said: "I was terrified. I’d worked hard to become an area manager at Café Nero and didn’t want him to undo all my hard work or tarnish my reputation.
"But he did turn up at work and told me: 'You’ve left me with nothing, so ignore me and I’ll ruin your f***ing life'."
Miss Kita said she lived in constant fear and started seeing shadows outside her bedroom window late at night.
She added: "One night as I was drifting off to sleep there was an almighty hammering on the window beside me and it was Nick asking for 'one last conversation'.
"I called the police and Nick was cautioned but it didn’t stop him.
"Then, my phone began to blow up. I received so many calls and texts that I physically couldn’t use my phone for anything else. The screen was permanently flooded with calls and messages.
"I blocked Nick’s number and all his social media accounts, but he created one fake page after the next and I couldn’t keep up. He even pretended to be a police officer so that I’d call him."
Due to the torrent abuse, Miss Kita's auntie suggested they fly to their home country to escape.
Miss Kita said "it seemed like the perfect escape" – but even as she packed her suitcase her phone "started to blow up" with calls.
She continued: "Thankfully I made it to Poland safely, but even then Nick’s abuse continued.
"Even in a completely different country I felt totally violated by him."
When she returned to the UK, Doyle began "stalking" her late at night again.
He told her: "I know you’re home, I can see your shadow."
Miss Kita said things came to a head when she was pottering in the house and received a string of devastating messages.
She added: "That’s when I knew Nick had total control of my life.
''He told me he’d tapped my IP address and had accessed all of my accounts, had all of my bank logins and all my social media login information.
"He told me he would sink my credit score and drain my bank accounts. I had never felt so trapped or frightened.
"Then, I received an email from myself which proved Nick had access. He signed off with: 'Much love, c***'.
''The hatred was palpable. The following day my bank called to say my accounts had been cleared of thousands of pounds and had taken me into an overdraft.
"I was distraught. Nick then said he would destroy my life and I had no reason to doubt him.
''He’d made good on every single threat so why not this one?"
Miss Kita called the police again and gave them all the evidence she had compiled since the abuse began.
He was arrested and bailed on the condition he would not contact her again. But he did.
Miss Kita received a phone call and "thought it might be the police contacting me to explain Nick's bail conditions".
But when she answered she said she heard "maniacal laughter" on the other end of the phone.
She said Nick said: "I’ve got you now d***head."
HOW YOU CAN GET HELP:
Women’s Aid has this advice for victims and their families:
- Always keep your phone nearby.
- Get in touch with charities for help, including the Women’s Aid live chat helpline and services such as SupportLine.
- If you are in danger, call 999.
- Familiarise yourself with the Silent Solution, reporting abuse without speaking down the phone, instead dialing “55”.
- Always keep some money on you, including change for a pay phone or bus fare.
- If you suspect your partner is about to attack you, try to go to a lower-risk area of the house – for example, where there is a way out and access to a telephone.
- Avoid the kitchen and garage, where there are likely to be knives or other weapons. Avoid rooms where you might become trapped, such as the bathroom, or where you might be shut into a cupboard or other small space.
If you are a victim of domestic abuse, SupportLine is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm on 01708 765200. The charity’s email support service is open weekdays and weekends during the crisis – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Aid provides a live chat service available from 10:00am – 4:00pm weekdays, 10:00am – 12:00pm weekends.
You can also call the freephone 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247.
Miss Kita called the police again and he was remanded.
She said: "I was so relieved that Nick’s reign of terror was over when he was jailed, but I felt incredibly sad too.
"All I ever wanted was to move on with my life and for Nick to do the same and be happy but instead he continued to torment me and make my life unbearable.
"He has made me want to change my physical appearance, move house, change jobs and become anonymous.
"I feel like I want to leave behind every trace of the person I was when I knew him. He was a monster.''
At Manchester Crown Court, Doyle's lawyer Adam Watkins said: "He took the end of the relationship badly and turned to drugs.
"He says he is ashamed of his actions and wants his victim to recover and lead a happy life.''
But sentencing Judge Elizabeth Nicholls told Doyle: "There is no doubt that your conduct has had a profound impact on her, as she genuinely believed that her life was threatened and was in constant fear.''
Doyle will be barred from contacting Miss Kita for life under the terms of a restraining order.
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