‘Heart Broken’ Boyfriend Charged After Posting Sex Tape Online
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. (CBS) – Court records indicate the boyfriend did admit to posting the sex video on line and that he did it in order to be hateful.
Christopher Scott was apparently heart broken over the break up with his girlfriend, so according to court documents, Scott went online and posted a video of him and his girlfriend having sex.
Two-years-ago his girlfriend agreed to record the two of them having sex, but court documents indicate the now 24-year-old woman didn’t consent to posting the video on the web.
“That is just awful. I feel so sorry for that girl,” said Jaclyn Sioutis of Broomall.
Investigators say they searched Scott’s home on the 200 block of Aronimick Drive in Newtown square.
Documents allege they found Scott’s Mac laptop computer which still had the video, along with some child pornography.
Investigators say Scott used the name ‘wholegrain64′ to post the sex video.
His ex-girlfriend claims the posting has cost her a job, and she has been harassed over the video.
“I don’t think that’s fair to do that to somebody else. Whether you are together or breaking up, you just don’t do that to somebody else no matter who you feel about them,” Rob Howard of Broomall said.
After his arrest on Monday, Scott is now free on bail. He is facing several charges.
A phone call to his lawyer seeking comment was not returned.
Reported by Todd Quinones, CBS 3