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Question: Naked webcam photo being submitted for evidence in court

Dear Lounge Advice,
A friend of mine is going through a horribly nasty divorce.
This friend's ex has taken a web cam photo of them naked in chat and is submitting it as evidence to prove they are an unfit parent.
(This is just the latest in a horrible string of unconscionable behavior)
I guess I'd like to know if this is not only unethical, but also illegal.

Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

It's unethical and unhelpful. A judge probably won't allow it anyways because it's prejudicial.
It also doesn't prove anything. It doesn't prove that they were chatting in a public chatroom on a sex site. It's simply a picture of two naked people. That photo could have been set up, stolen from it's owners who took a picture of themselves in their own private time.
I don't think your friend needs to worry about this one.
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