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Man To Plead Guilty After Allegedly Posting Secret Video To OnlyFans

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A man is expected to plead guilty to 11 charges of taking and distributing without consent images and video of him being intimate with his now ex-boyfriend the ABC reports.

Brazilian, Fabrico Da Silva Claudino is alleged to have uploaded the video of the pair having sex to porn site, OnlyFans. The ex was not aware he was being filmed.  

The pair met in Brazil where the ex was holidaying from Sydney, Australia. They fell in love and agreed to continue the relationship in Sydney but, after five months, they split. Two months later the ex discovered the video and went to the police.

Mr Da Silva Claudino was arrested by police at Sydney airport after he flew back from Melbourne where he’d been staying with a friend for two weeks.

In a statement of police facts it is alleged the pair had sex at their home in Marrickville.

“The victim is clearly unaware of this activity being recorded and can be depicted in the recording as face down throughout,” the document read.

“At one point the defendant positions the mobile phone towards a mirror where his face is depicted … at no stage, did the victim consent to the defendant taking this recording.”

Before the video, which lasts four minutes and 18 seconds, was uploaded to OnlyFans, Da Silva Claudino posted a photograph with his now ex-boyfriend on Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro.

“Video coming up soon – stay tuned,” the caption read, followed by eggplant and peach emojis.

Also this week, Mr Da Silva Claudino pleaded guilty to charges relating to obscene and indecent exposure following acts committed while free on bail in Surry Hills between September 2019 and February 2020.

Mr Da Silva Claudino filmed himself exposing his penis on the balcony of his Chalmers Street apartment in full view of a Sydney high school and Prince Alfred Park next to Central Station.

The Brazilian national has spent five months in Silverwater prison and is likely to be extradited home following the completion of any sentence which is expected next month at the Downing Centre Court.

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