A British woman was convicted of sexual assault today, Tuesday after conning a woman into sex multiple times while pretending to be a man ' even using a prosthetic penis and blindfold to maintain the ruse, prosecutors said.Gayle Newland, 25, began a 2-year online romance with the victim through her fake Facebook profile, in which she used the name Kye Fortune and a photo of an Asian-American man to lure women.The pair later spent about 100 hours in person and had sex 10 times between February and June 2013 ' and the victim wore a blindfold the entire time.Newland, of Cheshire, England, asked the victim to keep her eyes covered whenever they were together, the complainant said. She pretended Kye Fortune was self-conscious about his supposedly fading muscle tone while undergoing treatment for a brain tumor after a car accident, the victim told the court.The victim, described by prosecutors as "very gullible and nave," said she finally realized Kye Fortune was not the man she thought he was when she ripped off her blindfold during intercourse. She found Newland with a hat and prosthetic penis, and her breasts were wrapped in bandages under a bathing suit."Every time I met up with Kye Fortune, I either had the mask on already or he would wait outside the door and I would put it on," the victim said in court last week. "It's pathetic, so desperate for love, so desperate."The victim said she is straight and consented only to sex with a man, not a woman.Newland and the victim spent hours talking over the phone as Newland said her voice was just naturally high-pitched, prosecutors said.Newland sent a ring to the woman, who even called her her fiance, the complainant said.Newland said her companion was a closeted lesbian who knew the entire time that Newland was a woman and they engaged in role play. Newland said they had met at a gay club before becoming Facebook friends through the profile she made when she was 13 and afraid of talking to other women.A jury of eight women and four men found Newland guilty on three charges of sexual assault by penetration at the victim's home. She was cleared her of two others charges of sex assault at hotels after defense attorneys showed she didn't purchase the prosthetic penis until afterwards.She is set to be sentenced in November.New York Daily Click here to read full news..