By now most of you have read about the epic meltdown Rob Kardashian had first on Instagram and then Twitter. His meltdown involved revenge porn and airing out the dirty details of his failed relationship with his ex-fiance and mother of his child, Blac Chyna.
Revenge porn, because he posted naked images of Chyna on Instagram, which eventually suspended his account and then Twitter. While the pictures seem to have been removed from Twitter, his account and its 7.58 million followers remains active. California has very specific revenge porn laws. A summary of those laws would make it unlawful to post nude or sexually exploitive pictures, regardless if they were legally or consensually acquired, without that person’s permission in an act of revenge. The offense is a misdemeanor punishable by up to 2 years in jail in California along with a fine. READ MORE