My ex-lover hit me with his car, sent my husband revenge porn: suit

 

A jilted businessman struck his married ex-lover with a car — then launched a revenge-porn attack against her for good measure, a Queens lawsuit charges.

The woman, referred to as “F.V.” in court papers, claims that her former lover and boss, the owner of Tesco Fire Services in Woodhaven, went off the rails when he found out she was back with her husband.

The suit refers to the Tesco owner only as “T.S.,” but he is identified as Terry Seecharan in corresponding charges filed in Queens criminal court.

The woman and Seecharan “engaged in a short-lived intimate relationship” while she was separated from her husband in 2016, and she was made CEO of the company around the same time, her lawsuit alleges.

But F.V. quickly discovered that Seecharan was possessive and controlling, prompting her to end things in July 2017, the suit claims.

Seecharan “was unable to live with her rejection” and began to harass her at work, according to the lawsuit.

Things came to a head this past May 10, when Seecharan found out F.V. was back with her husband, court papers state.

Seecharan, 38, was in a company car when he told F.V. “to leave or else she would get hurt; shortly thereafter, he backed out of [a] parking spot, striking and bruising her, and drove away.

Fearful, she fled to the office for safety,” the suit claims.

He then allegedly sent pictures of her “naked and engaging in sexual acts” with him to her husband.

The woman was eventually fired, according to the lawsuit.

Seecharan was arrested on May 19 for harassment, stalking, assault and related crimes. He is free on $500 bail.

Reached by phone, Seecharan told The Post that he was “duped” by the woman.

He also defended his barrage of messages and calls to her after the alleged car incident.

“I was reaching out to figure out if she was OK,” he said. “I felt sorry.”

Seecharan’s lawyer, John Napolitano, said he would prove at trial that “the allegations that she made were untrue,’’ adding that he intends to file a counterclaim against the woman.

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