Banker, 26, who slept with boss, 56, bombarded him and daughter with sick texts

A Trainee HSBC banker, who had sex with her boss who was 30 years her senior, bombarded him and his teen daughter with vile texts after their relationship fell apart.

Emily Salt, 26, bombarded her former lover, 56, with dozens of messages – including on where she threatened “I will destroy your daughter and you career (sic)”.

Croydon Magistrates Court heard Salt “fell deeply in love” with her boss at the tail end of her six-month internship.

But, Salt started to fire a series of sick and insulting messages when the relationship ended.

The court heard how the trainee acted to cause “maximum distress” to the dad and daughter.

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Salt viciously told the man’s 16-year-old daughter: “You look like a s**t, your eyebrows are halfway up our head. Your dad makes enough money to get a nose job for you (sic).”

She then fired abusive messages to the girl’s mum.

Salt, from Disley, Stockport, Greater Manchester, was slapped with an 18-month community order.

The trainee banker appeared at the London court as the abuse continued while she was living in the capital and pleaded guilty to harassing her ex and daughter over several months between 2018-2019.

District Judge Nigel McLean told Salt: “The offences clearly cross the custody threshold. The young victim was forced to endure nearly a year of your sustained abuse and harassment.

“It was designed to cause her maximum distress at a time she was sitting exams.

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“Your actions in relation to the father were designed to cause him distress by subjecting him to harassment and abusing his daughter as well.

“The abuse they are subjected to was sinister.”

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Salt’s lawyer Marina Williamson told the court her client was “quite vulnerable, quite young” and “fell deeply in love”.

Ms Williamson went on to claim Salt had been subjected to “psychological manipulation, domestic violence at the hand of the complainant”.

Salt was ordered to pay £85 in costs and an £85 victim surcharge.

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