Lubbock Man Accepts Plea Deal For Cyber Stalking
A Lubbock man was arrested in June of 2019 after allegedly assaulting and threatening violence against multiple women, and accepted a plea deal for cyber stalking on Tuesday.
40-year-old William Theodore Bradley is said to have been in a "violent romantic relationship" with two women between June of 2016 and August of 2018.
According to KAMC News, Bradley had posted a sexually explicit video of the first woman to Facebook, as well as other intimate images of her to other social media. He also threatened violence against her.
In June of 2018, Bradley apparently wanted money from the woman, and admits to showing up at her place of work and threatening to kill her. He also admitted to strangling her and causing $4,000 in damages to her car that same day.
Bradley also was in a similar relationship to a second woman, assaulting her and threatening to share sexually explicit videos of her to others.
According to court records, the woman moved cities due to her fear of Bradley and the potential of him harming her career in law.
Bradley will be sentenced at a later date to no more than 5 years in federal prison.