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Lesbian YouTuber Chrissy Sues Ex-Boyfriend for Posting Revenge Porn

Lesbian YouTuber Chrissy Sues Ex-Boyfriend for Posting Revenge Porn

Lesbian YouTuber Chrissy Sues Ex-Boyfriend for Posting Revenge Porn
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"I'm a victim of revenge porn" is not a video title fans expected from Bria and Chrissy, who usually post original music and inspirational videos on their YouTube account.

Chrissy Chambers and her girlfriend Bria are a famous lesbian YouTube couple known for sharing their everyday life with their fans. Chambers recently announced she's the victim of "revenge porn." Chambers ex-boyfriend, who's a British subject, reportedly recorded and published a sex tape on an amateur porn website without her consent. The tape was posted in the United Kingdom, which required Chambers to seek legal action across the pond. 

The Guardian reports that Chambers could make legal history in England as the first person to seek civil action for damages and criminal prosecution of her ex-boyfriend. He allegedly filmed Chambers, who was unconscious, while having sex and posted the video on more than 30 pornographic sites. Chambers says she was 18-years-old at the time, and had no idea that the was published until one of her fans emailed her a link.

Chambers started a petition on Change.org called "Protect Victims: #EndRevengePorn Now!" When we published this article, 7,345 people signed the petition. She only needs 155 more signatures to send it to Jackie Speier, the U.S. Representative for California's 14th congressional district.

"There are currently no federal laws in the United States that criminalize 'revenge porn,' meaning sexually explicit photos or videos posted online without consent."

Chambers told The Guardian, "We had these 14-year-old girls that we've been trying to inspire writing [to] us and saying: 'I had so much respect for you and now you're a porn star. You're such a slut. How could I respect you?"

Along with fans reacting to the news, Chambers claims that the videos "led to significant losses of subscribers — and consequently thousands of dollars of lost income." 

"Sharing, uploading or downloading the videos I'm about to speak about is illegal, and anyone caught doing so could be pursued with criminal charges." 

Fans, celebs, and fellow lesbian YouTubers have been providing support to the duo:

Yesterday Chambers and her girlfriend tweeted out that that they were "feeling strong."

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Yezmin Villarreal

<p>Yezmin always has a coffee in her hand. She&#39;s a writer from Phoenix, AZ, who is interested in the intersection of race, sex, and gender in pop culture.</p>

<p>Yezmin always has a coffee in her hand. She&#39;s a writer from Phoenix, AZ, who is interested in the intersection of race, sex, and gender in pop culture.</p>