Nude photos of actress Jennifer Lawrence spread like wildfire on the internet over the Labor Day weekend. This unexpected exposure occurs to people who are not famous and in the public's eye. People who are Separating in Rhode Island or Divorcing in Rhode Island may suffer the same indignation.
Disgruntled former lovers, partners and spouses may still have nude photos of their former partner, or videos of sexual acts performed at a happier time. They can use those photos in a harmful way! Someone can put those pictures onto the internet at unsavory sites for all to see.
A divorce client came to me after we put through her divorce in 2013; although the divorce was not final yet, her soon to be former husband sent a photo of her performing a sexual act to her new boyfriend. She was shocked when her new boyfriend showed her a video on his smartphone. She was ashamed, mortified, stunned, enraged and very humiliated. Luckily, there was a clause in her Martial Settlement Agreement concerning this horrific event providing a remedy. When the former husband understood the financial penalty for his actions, he agreed to immediately delete all copies of the photos and videos from all places under his control.
However, there are ways to avoid these embarrassing moments or limit the likelihood of exposure. View the following site to learn 6 steps how to protect yourself as best you can. http://gizmodo.com/how-to-keep-photos-of-your-naked-body-off-the-internet-1629587058?rev=1409681100364&utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow
Perhaps the rule should be that if you would not want your parent to see it, don't put that photo in your phone or someone elses.