Thursday, August 30, 2007

I wonder what's on the Director's Cut

From today's Daily Southtown:

An Oak Lawn, IL woman is suing her former boyfriend to prevent him from again posting on a Web site a videotape of them having sex. The woman, identified only as Jane Doe, wants a judge to order William Colquitt, of Chicago, to refrain from reposting the tape and to award her an unspecified amount of damages, according to the lawsuit that was filed Wednesday.

Doe and Colquitt met in 2002 while she was working for an airline, and they began an "intimate relationship" that lasted for more than two years, the lawsuit says. In June 2004, the couple decided to "make a very personal intimate video," which featured a nude Doe engaging in sexual acts with Colquitt, and that was intended to remain private, according to the lawsuit. It says Doe ended the relationship in December 2005.

On Aug. 7, 2007, the video appeared on Colquitt also opened a Myspace account in Doe's name, sending links to the video entitled "My First Black Guy" to Doe's friends.

This Colquitt guy is quite the innovator, no? I guess this just enforces the old saying that once you go black, you end up on the Internet for everyone to see. Or something like that.

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  1. Jane Says:

    Great. It was bad enough he put that video on the internet and a myspace page, now it's in the news. I should have just let it go.

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  3. Anonymous Says:

    Hey, if you play hard, you pay hard.
    Sorry, she should have thought about that when she made the tape... HELLOOO!!!! is anyone home??????? DUH!