Woman black­mails an­other with sex-video

The Star (St. Lucia) - - REGIONAL -

Awoman who re­port­edly found a mem­ory card with a video of her lover and an­other woman hav­ing sex and used it to black­mail the woman faced the court on a charge of extortion.

The 30-year-old woman from Kingston, Ja­maica is al­leged to have de­manded $8,000 from the com­plainant in or­der not to show the video to the com­plainant’s com­pan­ion or mem­bers of the com­mu­nity.

On Fri­day Fe­bru­ary 20 when she ap­peared in court be­fore Mag­is­trate Si­mone Wolfe-Reece, she pleaded not guilty and the mat­ter was resched­uled for men­tion on April 14.

Ac­cord­ing to the com­plainant’s state­ment, in June of last year while she was hav­ing re­la­tion­ship prob­lems with the fa­ther of her child she went to a party and met the ac­cused woman’s “baby­fa­ther” and ended up hav­ing an af­fair with him.

In Novem­ber of last year the com­plainant said she rec­on­ciled with her part­ner and told her lover that she was end­ing the af­fair.

How­ever, she said shortly af­ter she started re­ceiv­ing “nasty texts” from her lover re­lat­ing to their sex­ual en­coun­ters.

On Jan­uary 25, the com­plainant said she got a call from the ac­cused woman’s part­ner telling her that his “baby­mother” was clean­ing the house and found a mem­ory chip con­tain­ing a video of them hav­ing sex.

Ac­cord­ing to the com­plainant, he told her that he had asked a friend to video her per­form­ing oral sex on him on one oc­ca­sion when they had stopped by his brother’s house to have sex.

“Same way you hurt me, me ago hurt you”, the man re­port­edly in­formed the com­plainant.

The com­plainant said that four days later she re­ceived an­other call from the man telling her that his “baby­mother” was go­ing to show the video to the com­plainant’s part­ner or put it on the in­ter­net if the com­plainant did not pay her some money.

Some­time af­ter, the com­plainant said she saw the ac­cused woman and con­fronted her about the sit­u­a­tion and the ac­cused woman told her that she was clean­ing the house and found the mem­ory chip and in­sisted that she was go­ing to show it to the com­plainant’s com­pan­ion.

The com­plainant said shortly af­ter she re­ceived a call from the ac­cused telling her to visit her to dis­cuss the mat­ter and when she went, the ac­cused de­manded $8,000 for her not to show the video to her part­ner, but the com­plainant did not com­ply.

The com­plainant sub­se­quently re­ported the mat­ter and the ac­cused was ar­rested and charged.

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