Recently, three basketball players from the University of Minnesota were
suspended before the start of a game on Sunday evening. Sources state
that one of the basketball players had tweeted two sex tapes on Friday.
Other sources suggest the in the two videos, two of the players engaged
in sexual activity. According to some, each video was filmed with a different
woman. As of now, the players have been disciplined and suspended for
breaking team rules. When asked, the coached commented that they are not
aware of any criminal investigations regarding the players’ actions.
Criminal defense lawyer
Joe Tamburino of Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. stated it is not a crime to post
a sex tape on social media accounts, but that it could be against the
law if a victim in a video is unaware they are being filmed. He also stated
that if a participant knowingly chose to be a video, they should be aware
that the video could be used for numerous purposes in the future.
Currently, there is no information about whether or not the women knew
they were being filmed during the sexual activities. Furthermore, no additional
information regarding the length of the players’ suspensions has
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