You can seek legal redress if someone maliciously sends your nudes for the world to ogle at. City lawyer Daniel Odhiambo elaborates the three quick remedies when your nude pictures or videos are posted online:. Read Also: Naked truth - What to ponder before sending any man your nudes. One you can demand immediate removal from the group administrator or website manager. If they refuse, engage a lawyer for a demand letter. And three, you can get civil remedies through the court if you have sufficient evidence like former Miss Kenya, Roshanara Ibrahim. Revenge porn, says Odhiambo, can be a criminal offence under blackmail or harassment, which can lead to a jail term but many victims in Kenya don't know the law. Odhiambo says posting nudes especially with malicious intent, "is a clear human rights issue of breach of the right to privacy".
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Celebrity figures have been in the headlines after their sex tapes or nude photos were leaked online. At the risk of online trolling, sex tapes and nudes have also been used by celebrities for publicity and to further their brands. The famous Kardashian clan built an empire from their reality television show after a sex tape of Kim Kardashian-West with rapper Ray- J was leaked in The tape, which has been viewed more than million times, made Kim famous and landed her family a hit reality series. Kenyan celebrities have also been in the limelight after intimate images of them were leaked on social media. In , DJ Creme was the face of controversy after a five-minute sex tape allegedly with Halima Nassir was leaked. The same year, singer Avril's alleged nudes were also leaked. The singer, however, disowned the photos, claiming they were photoshopped by "malicious individuals".
A bitter ex-boyfriend sent controversial pictures of now former Miss World Kenya Roshanara Ebrahim, to the event organisers. Roshanara Ebrahim has been stripped of her title following a series of controversies. AllAfrica publishes around reports a day from more than news organizations and over other institutions and individuals , representing a diversity of positions on every topic. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons. Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct. Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica. To address comments or complaints, please Contact us.