How to help when someone uses intimate photos as revenge

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Anisha Vora thought her ex-boyfriend was someone she could trust. 

 

The couple had known each other for a decade prior to breaking up in 2012. Then, without warning or explanation, Vora’s ex posted nude images she’d shared privately with him online, along with her contact information.

 
 

The images eventually appeared on 3,000 websites. Strangers showed up at Vora’s door and someone, perhaps a friend, anonymously emailed her with details about where the pictures were posted. 

 

Scared and angry, Vora took her case to the police, who arrested her ex for invasion of privacy. He served three months in jail in 2014.  Read more…

 

More about Revenge Porn, Cyberbullying, Bullying, Social Media, and Photos

 

 

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