Ex-husband sentenced to 3 years in prison for harassing ITV presenter
LONDON (PA) – A court has sentenced ITV Wales presenter Rath Doddsworth to three years in prison for harassing her husband. The TV presenter had to endure the abuse of her husband for 9 years after her marriage. Her 54-year-old husband, Jonathan Vagnal, used to call her Barabhala on the phone. Wagnal was convicted last month of indecent exposure and indecent exposure, and a Cardiff court on Wednesday sentenced him to three years in prison, along with a ban on contacting Doddsworth. Has gone The court found Dodd Worth, 45, guilty of repeatedly blaming the defendant for the inconvenience. The court was told that the accused did not allow Doddsworth to go alone to make the film, entered the Cardiff studio in ITV Wales without notice and forced Doddsworth to have lunch with him in the company’s car park. The court was told that the two met in 2001, a year after Doddsworth was hired to cover the weather on TV, a change of attitude following the 2010 transfer from Swan C to Cowbridge. Doddsworth was the sole breadwinner of his family, as his parents’ nightclub business was coming to an end. The court was told that the family had seen Wagnal pushing his wife, which had broken his rib, the second time he had pushed her by the neck, when Doddsworth was away on duty. Wagnal used to call his wife a vagabond. At home he would open her letters. He used to go to the doctor himself. On October 17, 2019, when Doddsworth decided not to return home, Wagnal called him 155 times and threatened to kill him. Doddsworth told the court via video link that Wagnal had borrowed heavily in her name, leaving her heavily in debt. After Wagnal’s arrest, he was told that Wagnal had not paid the bills, so he was evicted. Doddsworth also found out that she had lost her jewelry. Wagnal has been sentenced to three years in prison, but will be released on parole after serving half his sentence.