A pretty woman has ended her life after she sent her ex-boyfriend a s*x tape showing her having s*x with a new man to taunt him but he turned it around to shame her.
A girl has killed herself after sending a s*x tape to an ex-boyfriend to taunt him, but he turned it around and leaked it on the internet.
According to reports, Tiziana Cantone, from Naples in Italy, was filmed performing a s*x act on a man and the footage was uploaded on to the internet before being widely shared online.
The report further stated that there speculations that she had sent the video to her former lover to make sure he realised the relationship was over, but that he then put it online out of revenge.
After the video went viral, the 31-year-old was deeply depressed and on the brink of suicide for months prior to her death because of the explicit tape.
They claim that she could not handle the negative attention from social media. Ms Cantone could reportedly be heard on the sex tape saying: ‘Are you making a video? Bravo.’
Local media reports that this phrase has been repeatedly used online by people who made parodies of the s*x tape.
After the video had gone viral, Ms Cantone is said to have started to receive abusive messages. She was also reportedly often recognised on the street and even had to quit her job.
The s*x tape became so widely known that she was also forced to change her name. Ms Cantone underwent a legal process at the court of Naples North where she was granted a new legal name to avoid being recognised.
Her lawyer, Roberta Manzillo, is said to have taken legal action against a number of internet search engines as well as people responsible for sharing the s*x tape on social networks.
The lawyer said: ‘We have appealed to the right to be forgotten law. Facebook was immediately ordered to remove the content from its social network platform and to remove every post or publication containing images (photos and / or video) that refer specifically to the person.’
Prosecutors in her home city of Naples have opened an investigation into her death, leaving open the possibility of criminal charges being filed.