Sharing, or threatening to share, intimate images without consent is a crime that can come with a five-year prison sentence.
If you have been a victim of ‘revenge porn’ or ‘the non-consensual sharing of intimate images’, please don’t delay in seeking help due to the current coronavirus situation. The Police and support services are there to help you.
Support if someone shares your intimate picture without permission
- you taking part in a sexual act
- your genitals, buttocks or breasts exposed in a private place (for example, at home)
- you wearing only your underwear in a private place (for example, at home)
You can find out further information on reporting Intimate Image Abuse here.
The Revenge Porn Helpline supports victims of intimate image abuse who live in the UK. They provide advice, guidance and support with helping to remove intimate content which has been non-consensually shared online
You can also Report Intimate Image Abuse here at Report and Support. The University is here to support you.