This is the drunken liar whose false rape claim almost wrecked the life of a grammar school pupil.
Lying Lindsay Gorman, known as Linzi, sparked a huge manhunt when she told police she had been sexually assaulted late at night in Belfast's Botanic Gardens in April 2008.
The 20-year-old from the plush Walnut Hollow area of Larne had, in fact, had drunken consensual sex with two different men in bushes at the park.
But detectives believed her pack of lies and a short time later arrested Campbell College student Mark McLean.
In June 2008, the innocent 18-year-old from east Belfast appeared in court charged with rape.
He was freed on £3,500 bail after being forced to stand handcuffed in the dock while a lawyer publicly accused him of being a sex offender.
A detective, fooled by Linzi's lies, even told the court that police had forensic evidence linking Mark to a “high-profile stranger rape”.
Three weeks later later bed-hopping Linzi went to Newtownabbey PSNI station and admitted she made a false rape claim.
For the full story, see this week's Sunday Life.