A twenty two year old university student has been jailed for 15 months at Guildford Crown Court for lying about her boyfriend beating, strangling and raping her.


The vengeful woman made up the accusation after her boyfriend, Aakash Andrew’s told her that they should break up.

Mr Andrews was removed from the flat they both lived in and arrested by the police but they soon realised that Miss Uttamsingh was lying when they found a text message on her phone that she had sent to herself using Mr Andrews phone saying that he raped her.

She even convinced a judge to grant a non-molestation order against him and then changed a contact in her phone to Mr Andrews name to make it look like he called her 25 times.

She was jailed for 15 months after admitting perverting the course of justice and must abide by a restraining order of 5 years against Mr Andrews.

Miss Uttamsingh also claimed that Mr Andrews had raped her but a further examination from a specialist doctor claimed that he found nothing that would suggest that she had been raped.

Prosecutor Tony Prosser, said: ‘The relationship was experiencing problems and Aakash had said that he wanted to end it.

‘When he suggested finishing it she told him she was pregnant. He said he wanted to go away for a few days. She stood in front of him and said she would report him for domestic assault if he were to try to leave her.

‘A call was made to the police, it was reported to come from a Nicola Smith which was the defendant using a false name.

‘She then made an allegation he had strangled her to the point of unconsciousness and that she was assaulted on a daily basis.

‘The next day she said she had been the subject to rape.’

Sentencing Miss Uttamsingh, Judge Christopher Critchlow, said: ‘There was a false message put on his phone by you suggesting it was sent by him which indicated that he had raped you, all of which was false.

‘You altered medical records from a doctor which was put before the family court in support of an application by you for a non-molestation order what you obtained. He was able to go before the court and show it should not have been made and it was receded.’

‘Then you produced false phone records on your noble implying harassment by him.’

‘This was all an apparent charade.’

‘You have tried to influence a court by dishonestly altering medical records and tried to bring problems into Aakash Andrews’ life and you have succeeded in doing that.’

Miss Uttamsingh herself showed no emotion during the trial and as she was jailed but Miss Uttamsingh’s mother, who sat at the back of the courtroom throughout the hearing cried as she was taken away from the dock to begin her sentence.