Police officer dating ex felon
Khan, of Blackfriars Road, Salford, Manchester, but formerly of Leicester, also admitted two counts of racial harassment towards two arresting police officers, by making vile and insulting racist comments.There were no charges in relation to her having assaulted anyone at the hotel.She said such false claims affected public confidence in the genuineness of real rape victims.The judge told the defendant: 'I'm told you're remorseful, although there's no evidence of that other than your guilty pleas.'She added: 'Rape is a profoundly hideous crime which all should find repulsive.'The detective was at home with his wife and son when officers went to his home at night to inform him of the complaint against him.The man added: 'I can't explain why it affected me as it did.'If I hadn't been able to prove my innocence, I'd have lost my liberty.'Almas Ben-Aribia, prosecuting, said the false rape complaint came after Khan made a call to Leicestershire Police at 8am on November 3 last year.In a victim impact statement, the police officer said he was 'completely stunned' by the allegation and his 'world fell apart'.
Any person who is the victim of dating violence and has reasonable cause to believe he or she is in imminent danger of becoming the victim of another act of dating violence, or any person who has reasonable cause to believe he or she is in imminent danger of becoming the victim of an act of dating violence, or the parent or legal guardian of any minor child who is living at home and who seeks an injunction for protection against dating violence on behalf of that minor child, has standing in the circuit court to file a sworn petition for an injunction for protection against dating violence.
Halina Khan's false claim caused suffering and distress to the Leicestershire officer, whom she had never met.
The detective constable was subjected to a humiliating and unnecessary five-week investigation, which incurred forensic science costs of more than £10,000.
She pointed to a red mark on the floor, implying the person had been hurt.
When arrested on suspicion of causing injury, Khan resisted by bashing her phone and struggling with officers.
Women's Aid said they did not have any record of having employed Khan. She's utterly remorseful.'The court heard that Khan used the innocent detective's name, although she had never met him, because he was one of the officers in an earlier drugs investigation involving her second ex-husband, in 2011.