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Chris Webster took it further and used the charity as a vehicle to gain confidence of vulnerable women while their husbands were serving overseas.
He added: 'However none of the ladies were married to men from any deployed or serving forces.
He was relentless, asking for explicit photos of me naked.'Caroline Lemon, 33, from West Yorkshire, said: 'He targets vulnerable women.
In my case I had just broken up with my husband and he knew that too.'It started with him asking rude questions about my breasts and if I was on any dating sites.
In reality he failed to complete training as an Army reservist.
Shoeboxes for Heroes was established as a company in October 2015 but that status was dissolved in February this year and, according to Mr Webster, it has been running as an organisation with charitable aims.
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