Cyber wars – New Yorker sues girl who trashed his fiancee online

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A NEW YORK man who dumped his cyber-girlfriend claims she then smeared his fiancée online as a drug-addicted tramp — by setting up sexually explicit profiles using pictures of her lifted from social-media sites.

Emmanuil Sadikov has filed a $5 million lawsuit in Brooklyn federal court against the enraged woman and three alleged cohorts, saying they smeared his fiancée, Evelina Elterman, by setting up nasty sex- and dating-site profiles using her face and name and forwarding links to the couple’s shocked friends and family.

A source said Sadikov once had an online relationship with one of the alleged tormentors, but after he broke it off, she hijacked innocent online pics of Elterman from social media and created the ugly profiles on largely Russian networking pages.

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