Girl Commits Suicide After Sending A Sex Tape With Another Guy To Her Ex To Make Him Jealous And He Puts It Online

A woman from Naples, Italy killed herself after the humiliation from her sex tape being publicized proved too much to endure.

31-year-old Tiziana Cantone sent a video of her performing a sex on another man to her ex-boyfriend in an attempt to make him jealous. The man, enraged, uploaded the video to the internet, where it spread like wildfire.

The Daily Mail reports that friends and relatives of Tiziana claimed that she was depressed in the months leading up to her death from the mortification of the video being shared widely across the internet and leaked into social media. Tiziana began receiving several abusive messages, was recognized in the streets, and even had to quit her job from the backlash. She was even forced to change her name.

The humiliation was only compounded by alleged parody videos of the sex tape that contain the phrase ‘Are you making a video? Bravo,’ a phrase Tiziana allegedly says in her video.

Tiziana’s lawyer, Roberta Manzillo, is said to have taken legal action against numerous internet search engines as well as individuals responsible for sharing the sex tape on social networks.

‘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.’

God damn, what a shit sandwich. Obviously, sending a sex tape to your ex-boyfriend to make him jealous is playing with fire and will evidently lead to a lose-lose situation for everyone involved, but I don’t think anyone would expect it to turn into a tragedy of this proportion. Regardless, RIP Tiziana.

[h/t Daily Mail]

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