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He then convinced Ms Fenton to add an extra mobile phone to her network package which he could use to speak to new business contacts in the UK, with the promise she would get all her money back.
Mr Gittens said: 'In interview he confirmed he had been married with three children, he accepted his education was limited to NVQs and a diving course he had not completed.'He said he was currently working at a garage in Durham, answering calls and cleaning cars which were for sale.'He said he was in debt by about £7,000 following difficulties with his separation.'Laidler, of Consett, County Durham admitted five charges of obtaining property by deception and one fraud.
Judge John Evans jailed him for two-and-a-half years.
He told single mother Kim Thompson, 47, he was a successful salvage diver who lived a life of luxury.
Fooled: Laidler claimed he had a Phd from the prestigious Harvard University (file picture) Mr Gittens told the court: 'The profile on the website indicated he had a first from Harvard in English Literature and a Ph D.''He said he was an offshore salvage consultant and gave the impression to her he was extremely well off.'Their relationship was interrupted by what he said were repeated trips abroad on business.'He maintained he was involved at that time in oil pipeline and bomb disposal work in Iraq for the government and on time off he worked as a rescue diver for Durham police.' The court heard that in July 2006 Laidler told Ms Thompson he and his team were stuck in Iraq and needed money to be able to return himself, his workers and his equipment back to the UK.