A pretty woman has humiliated her boss by posting his n*ked photos on his new wife’s work Facebook page after he informed her of his marriage.
A woman who was in a secret affair with her boss has done the unthinkable in revenge after the man sacked her from the job.
It was reported that the spurned lover took n*ked photographs of her ex-boss and posted it on his new wife’s work Facebook page. She has now been convicted of revenge porn offence after she was found guilty.
Kaylea Reid, 26, targeted Robert Page after they ‘sexted’ and she then lost her job after less than a year, Ipswich Magistrates’ Court heard. She admitted disclosing private sexual photographs of Mr Page without his consent with the intention of causing him distress.
She could have been jailed for up to two years, but she was given a conditional discharge for six months and ordered to pay a victim surcharge fee of £20.
Magistrates made no order to pay compensation to her victim due to what they described as his ‘provocative behaviour’.
According to the report, Reid started working for Affinity Trust, a learning disability charity in the county town of Suffolk, as a support worker in November last year. After splitting with the boyfriend, she decided to start a relationship with Mr. Page her manager.
The pair exchanged ‘flirtatious’ texts and then moved on to intimate photographs on WhatsApp, prosecutor David Bryant said. Paul Booty, for the defence, said when Mr Page got married, he texted Reid saying he wished she was his wife.
Reid felt she had been taken advantage and now realised that she was ‘foolish and naïve’. Angered by the circumstance she found herself, Reid posted two private sexual photographs of Mr Page on the Facebook page for Broadwater Tool Supplies to hurt him.
The court heard that Mr Page’s new wife was a director of the business which supplies farmers and others across East Anglia. Mr Bryant said up to 4,000 people could have seen the offensive Facebook posting.
Reid also tagged in Mr Page’s colleagues on her posting so that they could see the pictures as well, he added. Mr Booty said that she posted the pictures because ‘she was trying to be heard.’
He added that the case has caused ‘just as much humiliation’ for her as it had for Mr Page.
More than 200 people have been prosecuted since revenge porn laws were introduced in April last year, making it an offence to share private sexual photographs or films without the subject’s consent. The vast majority of offenders prosecuted under the law so far are men.