In Saltillo, Coahuila, a man who was a victim of digital sexual cyberviolence and who had insistently sought to file a complaint before suffering, in addition, another type of abuse by his ex-wife was finally heard.
The man named Diego Esteban demanded justice after intimate photographs of him were spread by his ex on social networks, and although he succeeded, this fact marks a social and judicial precedent in the state and in the country.
The young man was forced to go from dependency to dependency in search of help for his case after no one attended to his complaint, until a lawyer, Brenda Zavala, took his case and won the first lawsuit of a man wronged by his wife, Yessica Elizabeth, thanks to the Olympia Law in Coahuila.
Esteban explained to the police that he suffered a lot from the ridicule of acquaintances and strangers as a result of the spread of intimacy, because they only minimized or ignored his situation, for which he had to require psychological support and therapy.
At the Initial Hearing, Judge Griselda Elizalde presented the complaint to the woman for violation of privacy and ordered as a precautionary measure that the accused be prohibited from posting via Facebook, as well as not approaching the victim and avoiding any communication with Diego.
The young man from Coahuila is waiting for the judge, in the next few hours, to link Yessica Elizabeth to the process upon verifying the cyberviolence of which she was a victim through the violation of sexual intimacy in digital media.
Likewise, he also demands that the judge grant him custody of his three small children that his mother has, provisionally.
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