NH man accused of posting sexually explicit photos of ex-girlfriend to social media speaks out
A New Hampshire man charged with harassing a Susquehanna University student after allegedly posting "intimate" pictures and videos on a fraternity Facebook page and creating fake social media accounts in her name, is speaking out after learning of the charges through online articles.
According to court documents, Guy Wishart, 44, of Lincoln, had been charged in May for posting private videos and pictures of the woman, that were intended for him only, of her on Facebook. The images were posted on to the Phi Mu Delta Facebook page.
Wishart said he has not been contacted by police and never received the court paperwork but instead found out about the alleged crime via an article posted by NH1 News.
"I didn't do this," Wishart said. "I haven't been contacted by the police in Pennsylvania whatsoever. The only way I knew was because when (NH1 News) followed up on the story from Pennsylvania and put it on Facebook, everyone was like 'Dude what the hell's going on?' and I was like, 'I have no idea.'"
Wishart said the only paperwork he has received since learning of the charges was information on how to apply for a public defender, of which he did not receive until last week.
While not denying he had private pictures of the victim, Wishart denied having any videos as stated in the affidavit.
"We had a bad breakup back in February," Wishart said. "I've barely talked to her since the second, third week of February. I have no idea what's going on."
Wishart did not go into many details of the breakup, but did state that it involved lies, and the fact that he was older and she was younger.
The preliminary hearing, originally scheduled for June 12 has been continued to Aug. 9 due to unknown reasons.
"I'm charged and supposed to go to Pennsylvania, but no one has told me," Wishart said. "So if (NH1 News) had not reported the story, and I had not seen it on Facebook, and the case wasn't continued, they would have been looking for me. I probably would have been arrested today and I wouldn't know why."