A woman who used internet chatrooms to try to arrange for strangers to rape a former work colleague has been jailed for six years.
Joanne Berry, 30, from Grove Park, south-east London, said she liked role-play and invited men to act out violent "rape scenarios" with her.
But instead of giving her own address she gave that of the work colleague in Kent.
A judge said Berry may have held the victim responsible for losing her job.
One man tried to barge into the victim's home, but aborted the plan when he realised they had both been set up.
Berry was convicted at an earlier hearing at Maidstone Crown Court of putting a person in fear of violence, assault with the intention of committing a sexual offence, common assault and attempting to cause a person to engage in sexual activity without consent.
Judge David Griffith-Jones QC said Berry had developed an "irrational vendetta" against the victim who had only shown kindness towards her.