Posting “revenge pornography” online could lead to a jail term of up to 14 years after prosecutors issued tough new guidelines in a bid to secure more convictions.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) signalled a significant change of tactics to address growing outrage about what it described as a “nasty and invasive crime”.
There has been mounting pressure for a new law to combat “revenge porn”, which involves publishing intimate photographs or video, some of which may include graphic sexual activity, as retaliation against a former partner.
BRAVELY waiving her right to anonymity, Folami Prehaye tells the Sun how her ex posted explicit images of her online
Folami Prehaye’s bitter ex posted sex pictures of her online that were viewed nearly 50,000 times. Folami, 44, who has waived her right to anonymity, said her life was “turned upside down” by Thomas Samuel’s actions. Continue reading SUN CAMPAIGN: Victim speaks out→
WHEN a community worker posted “revenge porn” featuring an ex-girlfriend online it was viewed almost 50,000 times. A court heard Thomas Samuel set up a spoof profile of his former partner on social networking site Facebook after a bitter break-up and sent links to her family and friends.