24th November 06:35 PM
Police urges public not to share explicit video of students
By Lena Reece and Rusiate Baleilevuka
Friday 20/10/2017
The video of students involved in graphic sexual activity has gone viral on social media

Police are urging members of the public to stop sharing the explicit video of two students involved in graphic sexual activity which was shared on social media.

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro says from what they see, the video was uploaded without the consent of the two minors.

Naisoro adds that the person who uploaded the video could face possible charges of trafficking and if the students are under the age of 17, they could face charges of defilement.

Concerns have also been raised that the young girl in the video has allegedly attempted to commit suicide.

Police are looking into this issue.

Fijivillage has contacted Lifeline Fiji and they have confirmed that they are working to provide the young girl and her family assistance.

 

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