Texas Man Who Emailed Secret Videos of Ex As “Revenge Porn” Gets Off On Probation


Although “revenge porn”–publishing private nude images of someone with the intent to humiliate them and ruin their reputation–has been called “virtual rape,” it’s not being punished as such. A 28-year-old Texas man was sentenced to probation for emailing private videos of his ex to over 100 people, including her boss and family.

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Philip Welch Ingram struck the deal Thursday in exchange for five years of deferred adjudication probation…The victim previously told the Star-Telegram that on the night before the emails were sent out, Ingram had sent her several disturbing text messages, falsely accusing her of being out with another man.

He then threatened to email out videos of the couple engaged in sexual acts and sent her excerpts of the videos to prove he had them. He then threatened to email out videos of the couple engaged in sexual acts and sent her excerpts of the videos to prove he had them. She said his last message, ‘Have a good morning,’ was sent about 2 am on May 30, 2013, as she slept…When the woman woke, Ingram had already hacked into the woman’s email, sending the explicit videos to more than 100 of the woman’s contacts – including her parents, friends, employer, and professional associates.

Yep, sounds like “virtual rape” alright. This predator should serve time in prison and be registered as a sex offender, not get off with a slap on the wrist.

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