Having intimate or sexual photographs or videos of you posted online can be hugely embarrassing and damaging to your reputation. Posting them is illegal in Singapore and there can be serious legal consequences for people who do so, without your consent. Second, contact the administrator of the website if possible to request that the material be removed. If you wish to have the perpetrator criminally prosecuted, consider bringing your evidence to the police to make a police report. This is even if the threat is never carried out. The intimate images or recordings need not actually be of you for an offence to be made out, as long as it can reasonably believed that the images or recordings are of you.
I wanted my ex to feel shame so I put her nude photos up online
Revenge porn: Woman posted nude pictures of boyfriend's ex-girlfriend
His former girlfriend had refused to resume their relationship. Hurt and angry, he sent her naked photo to her and a few friends under an assumed persona. For legal reasons, we cannot name the woman and shall call the man "John". Both are in their early 20s. This is what experts call revenge porn.
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Lu Yi, 21, and his then girlfriend, also 21, had exchanged nude photographs when they were in a relationship between June and August They broke up in January the following year as she found him abusive. Deputy Public Prosecutor Azri Imran Tan said he continued to send her text messages after the break-up.
A midstate man found out the hard way that it is illegal to post nude photos of your ex on a revenge web site. A Carlisle-area man who posted nude photos of his ex-girlfriend on a romantic revenge web site will pay for that act with a stay in Cumberland County Prison. County Judge Thomas A. Placey sentenced year-old Justin Barrick to a hour to 6-month jail stay during a brief hearing Tuesday.