Revenge Porn: Better Get Over Yourself!

It was a long two years, but you and your significant other have called it quits. And yes, it was a nasty breakup. You were cheated on and are looking to get even. Revenge porn is not the answer. If you post those naughty photos online, you could be opening yourself up to a nasty lawsuit. Hurt feelings can cost you a pretty penny if you are not careful.

Take, for example, reality star Rob Kardashian and the sexually explicit photos he posted of his ex, Blac Chyna. Apparently, his was all in his feelings about her allegedly engaging in a relationship with another man. So what did he do? He posted nude photos of her on Instagram and Twitter. So not cool Rob.

Actually, not only is it not cool, it’s also illegal in their home state of California and could land him in jail. Since he distributed the photos without her consent all over social media, he guilty of revenge porn. Seriously, dude? We guess he didn’t ever plan on getting back with her because he not only aired their “dirty laundry,” he shared private photos of Blac Chyna on the world-wide web.

Rob Kardashian Blac Chyna

Ouch!

It seems that lately, adults are acting like toddlers when it comes to relationships. Whatever the reason for the breakup, you should never want to do anything to cause your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend humiliation or embarrassment. You did actually care for them at one point in your life, didn’t you?

Here’s the thing, when a relationship is over, it’s over. Move on. Stop being bitter. Stop trying to get even. Most importantly, don’t use revenge porn as a solution. It may make you feel good, but you’ll pay (literally) in the end. It’s not worth the jail time or the money. Grow up and get over yourself!