Tinder threesome prospect allegedly sent revenge porn to woman’s dad

A Manhattan lady says a man she met on Tinder for an expected trio posted a scandalous image of her on the web and sent it to her father’s work email after she rejected him, new court papers charge.

The person in question — whose name is being retained — says she met Jeffery Berger on Tinder on Aug. 3, 2019 through his profile that he imparted to his sweetheart, “looking for a solitary female,” a Manhattan Supreme Court claim affirms.

The pair talked on-and-off for quite a long time by telephone before the lady inevitably sent a photograph of herself “in which her private parts were uncovered,” and Berger sent her a “naked” image of he and his sweetheart on Jan. 19, the court papers from Wednesday state.

The offended party at that point had a video call with Berger on June 25. Yet, “the discussion made [her] awkward, and she chose to stop correspondence with Defendant Berger and square his … telephone number from reaching her,” the court records clarify.

That very day, the lady got an Instagram message from a record that utilized the photograph she shipped off Berger in January, as the profile picture. “The message took steps to uncover the bare picture with [her] guardians,” and advise her father’s colleague, the suit claims.

The following day, the casualty’s father got an email at his work account with the image of his little girl which was a profile photograph for another phony online record, the court reports guarantee.

The entirety of this, has caused the casualty “serious passionate trouble,” including alarm assaults “that meddle with [her] personal satisfaction,” the court archives state.

She is suing for criticism and related cases, on the grounds that the online records “affirm sexual wantonness of the Plaintiff and reprimand the Plaintiff’s essential respectability,” the court papers charge.

The casualty is looking for at any rate $1 million in harms just as a request banishing Berger from sharing the photograph once more.

Berger didn’t promptly restore a solicitation for input.

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