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GREENSBORO, N.C. — An Apex woman was found guilty Monday on charges related to cyberstalking and harassing her ex-boyfriend.

According to the Greensboro News & Record, Meghan McCarthy, 25, was convicted in Guilford County Superior Court of four counts of making harassing phone calls, two counts of cyberstalking and one count of computer trespass.

McCarthy was sentenced by Judge Richard Stone to two suspended sentences of 30 days in addition to two years of supervised probation.

According to the News & Record, McCarthy was accused of “annoying, harassing and terrifying” her ex-boyfriend and his family.  The paper reports she “repeatedly” called and emailed them while using online services to conceal her phone number and email address.

McCarthy was also accused of posting pictures of herself to her ex-boyfriend’s hacked Facebook page, the paper reports.

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