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Cyan Boujee and Prince Kaybee. Images from Instagram@Icyan.boujee24@@princekaybee_sa

Prince Kaybee could face 4 years in prison over non-consensual pornography

Prince Kaybee might be the latest celebrity to be dragged to the courts for violating the Films and Publications Act.

Prince Kaybee

Cyan Boujee and Prince Kaybee. Images from Instagram@Icyan.boujee24@@princekaybee_sa

Cyan Boujee has boldly claimed that Prince Kaybee leaked their intimate video, which he demanded to record two years ago when she was only 19.

However, in the backdrop of the leaked video, the two have been topping trends as Mzansi tries to connect the dots on their relationship.

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After all, social media users have since taken a swipe at Prince Kaybee for allegedly leaking the video after his fallout with Cyan Boujee.

The 21-year-old DJ has it that the leaking of the video was intentional and planned since it came in the backdrop of their alleged fallout. Boujee has it that the muso got mad when she charged him for promoting his wine.

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Influencer Cyan Boujee .Images from Instagram@cyan.boujee24

She has it that Prince Kaybee got mad after she made it known that she would only promote his brand if she was paid.

Cyan Boujee recently said: “Definitely, 100%, boldly. And I’m saying this because he was the first celebrity that I ever got to be with and he demanded a video and I thought that it was the right thing to do because I wasn’t a brand… at the time time he was a big deal to me. I’m not a brand [at the time] I’m still a young girl.”

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However, Prince Kaybee could face up to four years in prison for the alleged revenge offence.

The law has punitive measures against non-consensual pornography, which involves distributing one’s explicit content without consent to harm, humiliate and revenge.

However, this leads to emotional distress, humiliation and reputational damage.

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No doubt, South African law views the leaking of intimate videos as a crime which can attract a jail term of at least two years or more if one intends to turn to the courts.

In South Africa, the distribution of non-consensual intimate content falls under the Films and Publications Act 65 of 1996. The law was amended in 2009 and criminalises such content distribution.

Offenders can be prosecuted if found guilty. It attracts hefty finds and imprisonment of over four years.