I went to university with a girl called Christiane, which in my opinion is fine name, but it was spelled Khrysthyanny or something as bad as. She was a lovely girl, but I thought that spelling was SO tacky.
Reminds me of an anecdote of an acquaintance of mine. One of her children was playing during a school trip with a classmate, the daughter of asylum seekers from Eritrea (or surroundings) in NL. Based on the name as shown on the girls name card, the acquaintance didn't know how to pronounce it. It turned out when inquiring and responding from the child herself that it was pronounced as Jerusalem.
Apparently a very free interpretation of Jerusalem with regard to spelling.
It was like us in the university, I hated when I was placed to do group work with that girl, because even though to pronounce her name was easy, to write it was impossible, I needed to sk her to spell it every time, and after a while that was embarrassing!