What we learned from the sex tape scandal
Posted September 25, 2018 08:52:07 The Sex Tape scandal has thrown up some interesting revelations.
One of the most intriguing was that one of the people who recorded it, and who was subsequently convicted, was not even the woman who made the tape.
Instead, she was the woman the judge thought was going to be the person the tape was going after.
The film maker, Jessica Alba, was found not guilty by reason of insanity.
The conviction of the woman in question, who was later jailed for more than 20 years, was overturned after she was found to be mentally unfit.
The woman who filmed the tape has now released a new sex tape, which she said she made as a way of saying thank you.
The tape, entitled “Toxic” has been released to the public, and it has sparked a new debate about what it means to be a “victim” of sexual assault.
“I didn’t want to make a tape of it, I wanted to talk about what happened to me and to say, ‘I didn´t do it’,” Alba said.
“It was my way of putting it out there.
But what happened was that this person, who I didn’t know, made a tape about a sexual assault and that’s why I did it.” “
People think it’s just a sad thing that happened to somebody and that the perpetrator got away with it.
But what happened was that this person, who I didn’t know, made a tape about a sexual assault and that’s why I did it.”
It’s not the first time the recording of a sexual encounter has sparked controversy.
In 2010, a man filmed himself having sex with a woman who was drunk and asleep in a hotel room.
He was found guilty of the charge, but the man was released from prison after serving just 14 months.
“There are people who have been accused of this, there are people whose lives have been destroyed because of this,” Alba told ABC Radio Melbourne.
That’s why this film is so important.”