A second civil case has been filed against a Wascott man over pictures that were posted on FetLife, a social media website for people who engage in unconventional sexual preferences.
The suit against Jay Link was filed Oct. 3 in Douglas County Circuit Court. It alleges that between February 2017 and February 2019, Link, who goes by the screen name "Sexsafari," posted more than 30 intimate photos of the victim on the site without her permission.
In the photos, the victim is nude, partially nude or engaging in sexually explicit conduct. Many of the pictures show her face and identify her by her first name. “Sexsafari” also refers to her in captions as a “slut” he “trained,” according to the complaint.
The complaint states these actions amount to an invasion of privacy, defamation, intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress. Compensatory and punitive damages are being sought, as well as relief to restrain any future invasion of privacy.
On July 15, seven unidentified women filed a similar suit against Link alleging he posted misleading pictures and captions of them on FetLife under the screen name “Sexsafari.”
Link has 45 days to respond to the new filing.