I have friends on Facebook, 36 of whom I consider exes. Which is pretty often. There was a time, I am told, when exes lived in Texas and you could avoid them by moving to Tennessee.
The phone started ringing as my boyfriend, John, and I were grocery shopping on a lovely April afternoon. It continued to ring for over a day. I spent the night researching identity fraud and cyberstalking.
Alfred Kluge faces six misdemeanor counts of sexual cyber-harassment. More Crime Headlines Hollywood man accused of cyberstalking Palm Beach County judge Sunrise man secretly records girlfriend's daughter naked at home, police say The woman told a deputy Monday that Kluge posted the pictures on Facebook and Snapchat without her permission. She said Kluge posted them because he saw her speaking to another man.
A South Florida man who threatened to post naked photos of his ex-girlfriend on social media if she wouldn't have sex with him is facing multiple charges, police said Thursday. Evan Ryan Rodriguez, 19, was arrested Wednesday on charges of extortion, sexual cyberharassment, stalking and resisting an officer with violence, according to a Miami-Dade Police arrest report. It was unknown if he's hired an attorney. According to the report, Rodriguez's ex-girlfriend, a student at Miami-Dade College, reported receiving harassing messages from Rodriguez, who threatened to post the naked photos of her on the Internet.
Had a breakup? Are you afraid that your ex might publish your personal photos? Fear of seeing a naked picture on any social media site or anywhere else can shake even the hardest soul!
Where do they go? And should you care if your ex still has your nudes? The answers are mixed.
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The intent of your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend will determine which legal options you may pursue. If your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend has posted nude photos of you with intent to embarrass, intimidate, or harm you, the posting might constitute online harassment. Unfortunately, the rules and laws regarding online harassment are relatively new. Texas adopted its first online harassment law in
Generally speaking, it often arises in the context of one person posting naked or nude photos of an ex-paramour or spouse on social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter. The revenge porn law in Pennsylvania is set forth at 18 Pa. The law prohibits a person from disseminating a visual depiction of a current or former sexual or intimate partner in a state of nudity or engaged in sexual conduct with the intent to harass, annoy, or alarm that person.