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I first saw her at Ward 6D where my grandad was a patient after he had a stroke in 2014.
‘She confronted Adele, telling her to shove off’ “That was the first time I knew of her but even then I didn’t know her by name.
Ex-Miss Scotland finalist Abbie described her “complete shock and panic” at figuring out Rennie’s bizarre plot — and that the weirdo had been caring for frail John all along.
She said: “I was frightened about going to Crosshouse to complain because I didn’t now what Adele Rennie was capable of.
“She then confronted Adele, told her to shove off, don’t bother her again because she knew that David Graham didn’t exist.” As the friends started talking more weird stories involving Graham started to emerge until Abbie discovered the truth.
One victim said: “It sent shivers down my spine when I realised the truth — it’s one of the weirdest things I’ve ever heard of.” Rennie pleaded guilty on Monday to 18 separate offences over her scam between 2012 and this year after targeting women through dating sites and social media.I thought he must know about me and my grandad because he works in the hospital.“So I sent him a message saying, ‘Hi, sorry I didn’t reply before but I just wanted to know if you work in Crosshouse Hospital’. “I just thought ‘ok, that’s cool’ and didn’t think anything of it.She added: “My mum was stunned and that’s when I realised this was potentially very serious.” Abbie then lodged complaints to cops and hospital chiefs — who she claimed thought she was “crazy”.She added: “Eventually they listened and I went to loads of meetings with hospital bosses, which was stressful because my grandad was still there.“Later that night I asked my mum if David Graham was my grandad’s physio — but she said it was an Indian man.