YouTube-singer wins revenge-porn case

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An American YouTube personality, has been awarded damages by a British ex-boyfriend who posted videos in sex on the internet.

Chrissy Chambers has been one of the leading “revenge porn” campaigner after she was alerted to the clips.

The High Court in London heard that the defendant – who can not be named, had accepted, for legal reasons, the liability for his illegal activity.

He also agreed to pay an undisclosed sum to cover legal defense costs.

Ms chambers, ” prosecutors described the sum as “significant”.

“[This] should serve as a serious warning to those who blackmail to try and damage with revenge porn: can you use this with impunity, and you will be held accountable for their actions,” said Ms. Chambers following the case.

To fight back “each of the victims of this insidious type of attack, I’m here to say: You can and win. You will heal and move on – and you don’t have to follow these steps alone.”

The singer and comedian celebrated her successful civil claim by the proposal of her friend and YouTube co-star, Bria Came, on the steps of the court.

Ms Kam said.

England and Wales “revenge porn” a criminal offence in 2015, but Ms Chambers said she was not able to take advantage of this since the law is retroactive.

I could not announce excited today that I won my revenge-porn case, and also asked the most amazing girl to marry me. That’s right-WE have WON AND BRIA AND I ARE ENGAGED!!!!!

A post shared by Chrissy Chambers (@Chrissy chambers) on Jan 17, 2018 at 6:45 PM PST

At the end of the Instagram post of Chrissy chambers

The court heard that the accused had filmed the sexual activity at the 3. September 2009 on the Ms Chambers’ house in Atlanta, Georgia. He has uploaded six videos to a free-to-watch-porno-sites between December of the same year, and in January 2012, after they had separated.

Some of the clips’ titles included Ms Chambers’ name and age at the time was 18.

Ms Chambers, who is now said 26, she was not aware that she’s being filmed at the time, and only learned of the videos’ existence in June 2013, 19 months after they were posted.

Because the defendant in possession of the authors said rights to the clips, Ms Chambers, you would be able to force you to remove the site. She said she was copied and shared on several dozen pages.

You tried to keep track of first of all, criminal charges, but when that failed they crowdfunded $36,900 (£26,750) to file the civil suit.

Ms chambers-the lawyer told the court that some of the singers on YouTube-thought followers had the mistaken idea that they had intentionally been involved in the production of pornography, and had messages to say that she wanted to follow her.

Chrissy Chambers

The lawyer added that the YouTuber had been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and continue to flashbacks and nightmares.

To destroy as part of the settlement, agreed to by defendant, all of the remaining images of the Ms Chambers in his possession and made over the copyright to the uploaded movies.

This means that Ms chambers may require that the locations and delete the material.