Aug 19, 2021
Amazon Alexa: Woman used smart speaker to tell ex's lover to go
The Crown Prosecution Service said accessing her ex-partner's devices allowed her to see the victim's new girlfriend in the house she had previously stayed at. Her ex-partner did not realise the image had been posted until he received messages from concerned friends in the early hours of 6 October 2019.Copleston-Warren then sent the victim a message saying: "You might also want to remove your naked picture off Facebook." The CPS said the victim's new girlfriend also received four derogatory messages on her Match.com account, sent from the account of the victim. Christian Meikle from the CPS said: "Phillipa Copleston-Warren carried out a grave invasion of privacy. She left her victim feeling completely violated in his own home and online."Copleston-Warren did not take the image down when asked to do so and changed the password of the account to delay the victim gaining access. Mr Meikle added that posting naked images online as revenge was illegal, and he hoped the prosecution would encourage others affected to come forward.
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