National Police agents have arrested a 35-year-old man in Alicante for an alleged crime against moral integrity and coercion against his ex-partner , a 20-year-old girl, after allegedly uploading personal photographs of his ex-partner to contact websites and have published explicit sexual advertisements with their data .

The investigation, carried out by the technological crime group of the National Police in Alicante began four months ago upon receiving three complaints from the victim, a 20-year-old woman, who revealed that several people had contacted with her requesting sexual favors .

Personal information of the victim, as well as photographs, telephone number and even his address were published in various contact websites offering explicit sexual services, which caused numerous people to contact her and even appear at her home.

For all that happened and the continuous pressure she received, the victim came to fear going out alone to the street, as there were images that perfectly identified her and "incessantly received requests of a sexual nature."

Thanks to the work of the investigators who combined prevention, investigation, protection and attention to the victim , they were able to identify the IP addresses from which the alleged author connected to the web to publish the announcements. Thus, he finally found the complainant's former partner, with whom he had a three-month relationship for more than a year.

Being his former partner, the Gender Violence protocol was activated , and the victim was asked for a protection order on this individual. A 35-year-old male was arrested, with no previous history. It became available to the Court of Gender Violence number One of Alicante.

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