March 19, 2013
COPS SEEK SEX VIDEO ACTORS
Diandra Grandison & Crystal Harrison, Star Reporters
Social media was in a frenzy on Thursday night after another sex tape involving a schoolgirl was leaked on to social networking site Facebook.
THE STAR understands that the video has been brought to the attention of the police, however, the cops have not been able to identify the school that the young girl attends.
The video, which is approximately one minute and 48 seconds in length, features a young girl who appeares to be in her early teens engaging in sexual activities with a man who appeares to be in his mid-20s.
It is alleged that the young girl is from a popular high school in St Catherine.
Based on the dialogue in the pornographic video, THE STAR understands that the teenager was engaging in transactional sex for a cellular phone.
THE STAR noticed that towards the end of the video, the man had asked the teen-ager to perform oral sex on him, to which she refused unless she received a cellular phone that was promised to her.
The man said "Yuh nuh want the phone?" to which the girl replied, "Yuh haffi pass the phone first."
The man who was having sex with the teenager, then turned to his accomplice who also doubled as the videographer that he was to give the young girl the phone so they could continue the act.
"Breddrin, pass the fone gi har, she naa dweet unless she get di phone," he said.
The type of cell phone was not revealed as the video had ended.
The graphic sex tape went viral after it is alleged that the tape was accidentally posted on the Facebook wall of the accomplice/videographer.
Up to Friday evening, the sex tape received over 200 shares, over 200 comments and over 70 likes.
The video has been removed from Facebook.
unable to identify school
When contacted last night, head of the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA), Superintendent Gladys Brown, directed us to her office where the police said they have seen the video, but they are unable to identify the school that the girl belongs to.
"We have been investigating the matter, however, that video is causing some amount of mayhem because it is difficult to identify the school. We have started making checks with a few of the suggested schools based on the uniform in the video, but there are a number of schools with that said uniform, so it's posing a challenge," a female officer told THE STAR.
Meanwhile, Superintendent Brown said that once the perpetrator is located, CISOCA would deal with the sexual aspect of the case. However, as it relates to the actual recording and dissemination of the video, that part would be transferred to the Organised Crime Investigation Division (OCID).