Woman Sentenced to Electronic Home Monitoring for False Rape Accusation


A Portland woman charged with falsely accusing a man of rape after he refused to pay for her services as an escort has been sentenced to 60 days on electronic home monitoring.

Heidi L. Glick, 31, pleaded guilty Feb. 4 to one count each of felony malicious prosecution, prostitution and first-degree criminal trespass in Lewis County Superior Court. 

She was sentenced Thursday to sign up for 60 days of electronic home monitoring by March 21 or report to the Lewis County Jail.

She was given credit for five days served, and ordered as a condition of her release to not advertise or work as an escort, according to court documents.

Glick was arrested Nov. 7. According to police, she called 911 that morning, first reporting that she had been raped, then saying that she was an escort and that her John was refusing to pay her.