1 Nonconsensual pornography on Sat Dec 05, 2015 8:20 am
2 Re: Nonconsensual pornography on Sun Dec 06, 2015 3:25 pm
The best thing to do under this given scenario is to try to fix things with your BF first. If you feel that such a relationship is beyond fixing, you must do your best to discreetly access his phone and delete those incriminating files. That way, there is no need to even consider going to litigation.
Any lawyer worth his salt will tell that you may have a possible case against your BF if he has already posted said pictures online, and you have already done your fair share of research regarding the matter. Cybercrime yung gagawin nya, and he can be detained for such an act. Yung nonconsensual pornography na binabanggit mo may not be used in your case, kasi with consent mo binigay yung photos sa kanya when you guys were still lovers. Best example sa use ng batas na yun is yung nangyari kay Katrina Halili and Hayden Kho.
Even before such posting was done, blackmail din ang ginagawa ng BF mo sayo. Do not delete your conversations with him through text or social media, since that may prove to be weighty evidences regarding his intentions. If you are lacking funds right now, you may go to the nearest Public Attorney's Office (PAO) to seek free legal advice regarding your current situation. They can also help you in filing the appropriate case against your BF.
Good luck. There is a hard lesson to be learned here, and I hope things will only get better from here on out.
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