Types Of False Accuser

There are plenty of reasons why people make False Accusations and quite often the False Accusers personality traits can also contribute to why they would make a False Accusation.

Whilst there is zero excuse for making a false accusation you will find that trying to estabilsh the type of false accuser you are facing can often assist in preparing your defence.

So what are the different types of accuser?

  1. The Malicious Fabricator – Driven by hate these individuals are driven with malicious to bring us down. They deliberately and knowingly fabricate allegations for various reasons. Revenge, Personal Gain, and as a means to manipulate others. Malicious fabricators often seek financial compensation (particularly in the UK where the Government freely purchase their lies with tax pay money through CICA). They damage an individual’s reputation, or even use false accusations as a weapon in legal disputes or custody battles.
  2. The Attention Seeker – Another type of false accuser is the attention seeker. They crave the spotlight and seek validation by gaining sympathy or support from others. Attention seekers may falsely accuse someone of rape to draw attention to themselves, reinforce their victimhood narrative, or to gain notoriety through media coverage or social media platforms.  

  3. The Misguided Believer – Some False Accusers genuinely believe that they have been sexually assaulted, despite the absence of any actual incident. The misguided believer may suffer from mental health issues, such as delusions, hallucinations, or memory distortions, which lead them to sincerely believe in their false accusations.

  4. The Unreliable Witness – Human memory is imperfect, and sometimes individuals may make false allegations due to errors or distortions in their recollection quite often planted by spurious, under educated, unqualified ‘therapists’. Factors such as trauma, intoxication, or suggestive interviewing techniques can affect memory recall and lead to the vilest of false allegations. These unreliable witnesses genuinely believe their accounts, even though they may not accurately represent the events that occurred.

  5. The Pressure Induced Accuser – This category includes situations where family, friends, or societal expectations influence someone to falsely accuse another person. In reality what this usually means is someone has a partner and has been doing the dirty. Rather than owning up to their cheating they  falsely accuses their innocent victim in order to hide the truth from the partner.