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He clearly never had any intention of paying it back."Mr Pallister said Tuthill gave his victims the impression they would "live happily ever after".
He claimed he had £80,000 in savings, a £600,000 house in Gosforth which was up for sale, properties in Durham and Sunderland, and £50,000 in an ISA account.
Mr Pallister added: "He said he was a successful barrister, a lawyer with the CPS, working in a specialist department."The court heard Tuthill claimed to be earning £14,380 per month.
Mr recorder Harris sentenced him to two years and four months behind bars.
The judge said he was "dishonest, deceitful and disgraceful" and told him: "You weaselled your way into the affections of your thee victims and financially abused them."You emotionally violated them.