Dylan Napa leaker represents three years of cell under revenge porn laws

The mysterious leaker of the sex video 's of an NRL footballer could get three years in prison – if he or she is accused of revenge with revenge.

Two intimate movie clips from Roosters-turned-Bulldogs forward Dylan Napa have surfaced online the past few days.

One of the video's claimed that Napa had consensual sex with a woman. In another, he apparently likes to plea himself.

Napa has asked the police for advice and criminal lawyer Sam Macedone told Daily Mail Australia that he has a lawsuit against the one that maliciously leaks the videos.

People who leaked or spread porn movies from Napa could be sentenced to three years in prison, a top criminal lawyer said

People who leaked or spread porn movies from Napa could be sentenced to three years in prison, a top criminal lawyer said

The release of a second video (blurred screen grab above) claimed that Napa prompted him to seek legal advice and contact the police

The release of a second video (blurred screen grab above) claimed that Napa prompted him to seek legal advice and contact the police

The release of a second video (blurred screen grab above) claimed that Napa prompted him to seek legal advice and contact the police

Asked if the leaking or spreading of Napa's video could be considered a vengeance for revenge, said Mr. Macedone: "Yes."

Anyone who distributes or publishes intimate images of a person without the consent of that person, (that) is revenge porn, & # 39; he said.

The maximum penalty for the offense, introduced in 2017, is three years in prison and a fine of $ 11,000.

If social media retaliate, pornographic publishers refuse to bring down the material, they can receive an additional two-year prison sentence, plus an additional $ 5,500 fine.

It's not just an insult to just spread it, it's an insult to threaten it, "said Mr Macedone.

& # 39; Who this guy (who leaked the video) has done more than threaten to do it, he did it. & # 39;

The judges were & # 39; absolute & # 39; Take vengeful porn laws seriously, Mr Macedone said, while adding them often occurs in cases of domestic violence.

Napa (left and right) was mocked on social media because she had told the woman him & # 39; big dad & # 39; to name

Napa (left and right) was mocked on social media because she had told the woman him & # 39; big dad & # 39; to name

Napa recently switched from the Sydney Roosters to the Canterbury Bulldogs

Napa recently switched from the Sydney Roosters to the Canterbury Bulldogs

Napa (left and right) was told in the video that the woman him & # 39; big dad & # 39; called

The video's of Napa were filmed by at least one other NRL player, reported Nine's Wide World of Sports.

The network said the first clip in 2013 was filmed during a Roosters tour in the United States.

But the player who filmed the video & # 39; leaked & # 39; it did not, Nine claimed.

Napa has been banned on social media to tell the woman in the clip that she is the Papa Papa. calls.

Criminal lawyer Sam Macedone (right) said that Napa might have to make a revenge pornography case

Criminal lawyer Sam Macedone (right) said that Napa might have to make a revenge pornography case

Criminal lawyer Sam Macedone (right) said that Napa (left) may have to make a revenge porn case

A seven second censored version of the sexclip spread last Friday and even went viral viral on the NRL Memes Facebook page.

On Saturday, the page said it could publish a second clip if it had a large number of likes & # 39; received.

10,000 likes on this post and 300,000 total page links and we will release Big Papa Napa part 2, & # 39; said a message.

& # 39; Yes, we have a second video – get tagged and loved! & # 39;

Some fans hit the page for creating a spectacle & # 39; from the video & # 39; s.

But the administrator told Daily Mail Australia that he had not published any revenge porn.

& # 39; I'm not worried because I have not published any revenge porn on my site.

Napa seen during a training session of Queensland Maroons last year

Napa seen during a training session of Queensland Maroons last year

Napa seen during a training session of Queensland Maroons last year

& # 39; Like all other media publishers, I have reported on this.

The only difference is that I know how to interact with my audience and I know what my audience wants to see, so I know how to generate publicity better than anyone else. & # 39;

The Facebook page operator said that it & # 39; in the dark & ​​# 39; was about the identity of the person who leaked the clips.

According to a statement by Bulldogs, Napa had turned to a lawyer for advice and the case had been referred to the NRL Integrity Unit.

# Dylan Napa has received legal representation and advice from the senior legal council (sic) and made contact with the NSW police. & # 39;

A spokesperson for the NSW police said Napa had consulted his officers.

& # 39; However, no official report has yet been made & # 39 ;, she said.

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