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Teairra Mari Allegedly Smashed Boyfriend’s Car Windows After Revenge Porn Claim

  Teairra Mari Allegedly Smashed BF’s Car Windows … Amid Revenge Porn Claim 5/11/2018 12:50 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star Teairra Mari allegedly took a metal pole to her boyfriend’s car windows after accusing him of revenge porn the day before … TMZ has learned. Teairra’s BF, Akbar Abdul-Ahad, tells us he was working out at his apartment’s gym in North Hollywood Thursday when he got a call from security that a woman was smashing his G-Wagon windows outside. Sure enough … AAA says he came upon Teairra doing just that. We’re told Teairra was using a metal rod from a bar stool, which he claims she was swinging at his passenger side window and windshield. Based on these photos — obtained by TMZ — it looks like someone broke through at least one, and was working on the other. AAA says Teairra was accompanied by another ‘L&HH’…

Senate approves bill to outlaw revenge porn in Missouri

ST.LOUIS, MO-  Missouri lawmakers unanimously approved a bill banning Revenge Porn.  The proposal would make distributing a sexual image of someone without their consent a felony. It also outlaws threatening to make the image public in order to prevent someone from doing something or to gain something of value. The proposal was in the works long before Governor Eric Greitens was charged with a felony for allegedly taking a partially nude photo of his ex-mistress. Source link

Greenville man arrested under ‘revenge porn’ law

  Copyright by WKBN – All rights reserved     GREENVILLE, Pa. (WKBN) – A man from Greenville, Pa. was arrested after police say he sent a nude picture of a woman to her current boyfriend. The incident happened April 10 in Grove City. Charges of unlawful dissemination of intimate material were filed May 7 against 29-year-old David McCarl. Relatively new legislation, commonly known as “revenge porn law,”  bans the dissemination of intimate images and other sexual material with the intent to harass, annoy or alarm a current or former sexual intimate partner. Bond was set in the case at $15,000. McCarl is due back in court July 3. Source link

Nude model busted for revenge porn after allegedly posting pic of colleague

  A South Korean nude model was arrested for taking a photo of a male colleague during an art class — and posting the snap online as revenge, according to new reports. The woman, only identified by her last name Ahn, admitted to police that she secretly took the photo and shared it on feminist site Womad on May 1, according to the Korea Herald. Both she and the male victim were modeling for fine arts students at Hongik University in Seoul and met for the first time at the school. She took the picture and posted it in retaliation for an argument the two had had over a rest area used by the nude models. The victim, who secretly worked part-time as a male model, was mortified that the photo went viral, and was seen far and wide — including by some of his relatives, according to the South…

Al Franken Urges FBI To Prosecute Revenge Porn

Sen. Al Franken is urging the FBI to more quickly and aggressively pursue and prosecute revenge porn, marking a rare burst of attention on a controversial topic about which Congress has typically been quiet. In a letter to FBI Director James Comey, the Minnesota Democrat asked for more information about the agency’s authority to police against revenge porn, or the act of posting explicit sexual content online without the subject’s consent, often for purposes of humiliation and extortion. Its popularity has ballooned in recent years, and victims are disproportionately women. “The digital age has brought many benefits for free speech, commercial activity, and the sharing of information, but new technologies can pose significant threats if bad actors are not held accountable to our nation’s laws,” Franken wrote in his letter. “As technologies rapidly advance, it is our responsibility to ensure that our nation’s laws keep pace with those technologies. But…

Michigan Senate Passes Bill Targeting Revenge Porn

LANSING, MI — The Michigan Senate on Wednesday approved a bill targeting revenge porn that would make it a crime to post sexually explicit images of a person online without their consent. Individuals who post images obtained without permission or refuse to take down images given to them for personal viewing could be charged with a misdemeanor resulting in up to 93 days in jail and/or a maximum fine of $500. A second or subsequent violation could result in up to one year behind bars and/or a $1,000 fine. The bipartisan bills, sponsored by Republican Sen. Rick Jones of Grand Ledge and Democratic Sen. Steve Bieda of Warren, passed the upper chamber in unanimous votes and now head to the House for consideration. “In a split second a sexually explicit photo can be uploaded to the Internet without the individual’s consent -– permanently ruining their reputation,” Bieda said in a statement….

Maryland Governor Signed Bill Against Revenge Porn

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Added protections from harassment due to broken relationships are signed into law. Pat Warren reports revenge porn is now a punishable offense. Annmarie Chiarini’s bad breakup has helped change the way the state views intimate Internet postings. In a WJZ investigation, Chiarini goes public with her experience as a victim of revenge porn. She tells WJZ an ex-boyfriend posted explicit pictures of her on the Internet. He had taken the pictures with her permission, but posted them in revenge after she broke up with him. “There I was, and there was my first and last name, and there was the town where I live, and there was the college and the campus where I teach, and there was a solicitation for sex,” she said. Chiarini went to police for help. “I sought help from law enforcement, and it was the same shake your head. ‘There’s nothing…

Arizona House approves revenge porn bill

PHOENIX — The Arizona House on Monday unanimously approved a bill aimed at stopping jilted lovers from posting explicit pictures of their former flames online to get revenge. The revenge porn bill sponsored by Rep. J.D. Mesnard, R-Chandler, would make it a felony to post nude photos of a person without their written consent. “As technology changes, people invent new ways of hurting folks,” Mesnard said. “If at the end of the day we send pictures to somebody in the context of a loving relationship, we should not have to wonder what that person is going to do.” House Bill 2515 is one revenge porn bill of many being considered by lawmakers across the nation in response to the posting of “revenge porn” that has been made easier by the growth of social networking sites. Last year, California made it a misdemeanor to post such images. Members of an Arizona…

Towson Woman Fighting Back After She’s Exposed Through Revenge Porn

TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — It’s called revenge porn, and it’s a growing problem, impacting thousands of lives. Couples trust each other with intimate photos, then become victims of the digital age. A Towson woman tells Linh Bui how she’s fighting back after she’s exposed. Annmarie Chiarini is a respected English professor, a single mother of two and a victim of revenge porn. It’s a growing problem on the Internet, where former lovers get revenge by posting their ex’s racy photos that were supposed to be for their eyes only. Annmarie’s problems start when she goes on Facebook and reconnects with a former boyfriend after almost 20 years. “I was shocked and thrilled and it’s that whole, ‘Oh my gosh!’” she said. Thinking he’s the one, Annmarie even lets him take explicit naked photos of her. But then, he starts to change. “He was getting more and more manipulative and even…