McGraw met one of the women through OkCupid.com, an online dating site, in October 2011. They dated for about two months, when she told him that she wasn’t looking for a serious relationship. To test her loyalty, McGraw created a fake account on the dating site with the name “Bryan Smiles” and tried to arrange a date with her, records show.
She agreed to the date with the fictitious “Smiles” but ended up cancelling. The document states that this angered him and he created a series of phony profiles of the woman on the dating site that claimed she was a “porn star and doctor” and was a “very sexual person and loves sex.” He also linked her home and work addresses to the cloned profile, the document states.
McGraw carried out a similar revenge to a second woman he had dated for five months. Two weeks after being dumped, McGraw signed her up to a prisoner correspondence site CellPals.com using her email address. Then letters from prisoners started streaming into her email account. And according to this woman, he also set up a Facebook account in her name. Apparently, he started sending her aunt some vulgar messages using this Facebook account.
For a man his age, he must be having some serious self esteem issues. Who still revenges for being dumped? Dude, there are thousands of women online; why all the fuss?