“Later that night I asked my mum if David Graham was my grandad’s physio — but she said it was an Indian man.
“I realised then there was something dodgy about it but again I gave him the benefit of the doubt, thinking maybe he’d got mixed up.” But Abbie became increasingly suspicious about the so-called physio’s online behaviour. Abbie said: “One of my friends sent me a message asking how I knew David Graham.
She added: “My mum was stunned and that’s when I realised this was potentially very serious.” Abbie then lodged complaints to cops and hospital chiefs — who she claimed thought she was “crazy”.
She added: “Eventually they listened and I went to loads of meetings with hospital bosses, which was stressful because my grandad was still there.
“Looking back on it, she knew Adele was on that same night out.
“She would pop up at the gym, supermarket, following her down the aisle — it was all just so creepy. Adele came across as the nicest person.” Abbie recalled Rennie being the “most attentive nurse” on the ward where stroke victim John, then 80, was being treated at Crosshouse Hospital near Kilmarnock.
She said: “I didn’t know Adele Rennie and had never heard her name before.
She added: “I don’t think putting her in jail is going to do much good — it might give her a fright.
“She shouldn’t be working for the NHS because she can’t be trusted.” Hazel Borland, of NHS Ayrshire and Arran, said: “We are committed to ensuring our patients are cared for in a safe and respectful environment.” She wept in the dock at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court and was put on the sex offenders register. ABBIE Draper turned the tables on devious Rennie after learning she was behind the fake David Graham profile.