Fake Facebook page leads to arrest

Feb. 16, 2012 at 5:13 PM

HOUSTON, Feb. 16 (UPI) -- A Houston-area man was charged with a felony after creating a fake and degrading Facebook page for his ex-girlfriend, officials said.

Ceasar Saldana, 19, was charged by the Harris County District Attorney's Office with online impersonation after his former girlfriend discovered a Facebook page that included her name, a topless photograph of her and what officials described as a "lewd user name."

The complaint states the girl, a high school student, told police she recently ended her relationship with Saldana, did not create the Facebook page and has been receiving threats from him via text message.

The complaint, filed Tuesday, also states Saldana admitted to police he created the Facebook page and placed the photograph on it.

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