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Home » » Teacher killed herself after ex-boyfriend posted naked photos on Facebook

Teacher killed herself after ex-boyfriend posted naked photos on Facebook

Emma Jones, 24, drank poisonous cleaning fluid after confiding in friends that she feared she could be jailed in the Muslim country over the explicit images.

The hearing was told one of Miss Jones’s colleagues had seen the photographs after they were uploaded onto the social networking site allegedly by her former lover Jamie Brayley.

The colleague accused Miss Jones, who was working in an international school in Abu Dhabi, of being a prostitute and she feared he would report her to authorities, the inquest heard.

The coroner ruled that Mr Brayley was not responsible for Miss Jones's death.

Miss Jones's mother, Louise Rowlands, said she had spoken to her on the phone in the days before her death and that she planned to fly home to Britain.

But Miss Jones was discovered collapsed in her home in Khalifa City by a flatmate with her passport in her jeans pocket and her clothes lying on her bed ready for packing.

The flatmate, Mona Moshki, 29, called for an ambulance but paramedics were unable to save the Greenwich University graduate.

Mrs Rowlands, 41, told the hearing in Cardiff: “He (Mr Brayley) put a memory stick in the computer and copied some indecent images of Emma.

"He put them on her Facebook and she said she was accused of prostitution by a man working at the school."

Emma had worked at the International School of Choueifat in Khalifa City in Abu Dhabi since 2008, teaching English to eight-year-old children.

But the inquest heard a man called George, working in the IT department at the school, had seen the pictures.

Mrs Rowlands, a care worker, said: "Emma and George didn't get on at all. She said she had to get away.

"She was crying, she was breaking her heart. I said ‘Emma, whatever it is can't be that bad. Just come home’.”

She added that Miss Jones told her: "I can't leave the country, they will throw me in jail."

Mr Brayley, an IT consultant told the inquest that Mrs Rowlands’s claims were “complete fantasy”.

He admitted he had used her computer but denied ever downloading private photographs of her.

Mr Brayley said: "Emma never sent me any indecent images. She wasn't that type of character."

Deputy assistant coroner Thomas Atherton said he did not believe Mr Brayley was to blame for Miss Jones’s death.

The inquest in Cardiff heard that Abu Dhabi police suspected suicide and ruled out foul play.

Pathologist Dr Thomas Hockey concluded that Miss Jones, of Caerphilly, south Wales, died after drinking a corrosive substance.

Mr Atherton said he could not be sure Miss Jones, a sociology graduate, meant to kill herself and recorded an open verdict.

He said she may have accidentally drunk cleaning fluid from an unlabelled container, mistakenly believing it was water.

He said: "For whatever reason Emma expressed concern she was about to be arrested and put in prison.

"She agreed the best course of action was to leave Abu Dhabi and return to Britain. Her clothes were out and her passport was in her pocket.

“That's not someone who is contemplating suicide."

Speaking at the time of Miss Jones’s death, Mrs Rowlands said: "She was so happy and just wanted to enjoy life.

"Emma loved it there with the children. One of her sayings was ‘There are sayers and doers’, She was a doer."

Neil Smooker, a spokesman for the school, said: "Emma was well liked by her colleagues and the students.

"She was a vibrant and enthusiastic teacher who always strove to ensure her students achieved the best learning outcomes."

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