I know what you’re thinking…
…but sadly, I have to whip out my moral compass and draw a line in the sand here. Not only did this poor girl not intend to have her sex tape released, but she’s a private citizen. If she were famous I wouldn’t give a shit. Celebrities should be afforded the same amount of privacy as the rest of us, but when you’re worth millions of dollars I’m sorry if I don’t really care who sees how many dicks going in and out of your mouth on the last page of a Pornhub search.
So no, I won’t be scouring Google for Keely Hightower’s video – but knowing y’all, give it about 10 minutes and someone in the comments will post it. Not sure if that’s impressive or scary, but all I know for sure is the day I have a few nudes leak I am fucking DOOMED here.
But 24-year-old Hightower might still come out of this alright, considering her lawsuit against T-Mobile sounds like it has some merit. According to Mirror, Hightower was visiting the T-Mobile store in Pinellas Park, Florida, when she noticed that the store employee tasked with assisting her was taking an “unusually long time to return her phone.” It wasn’t until the day after that she happened to check her email’s trash folder and discover that her sex tape had been sent out in a message…but not by her.
Speaking to the Tampa Bay Times, Hightower described her state of panic in that moment. “My thought was just like where did the video go? What happened after that?”
“That was my main concern…I didn’t want the video out there in the public.”
Hightower quickly contacted police who later arrested Sanchez Ramos, the T-Mobile employee who had “assisted” her at the store (dude sent the video to HIMSELF – not a fake email address, but his own. We never said he was dumb for a T-Mobile employee, but jeez man can you at least throw some effort around here?) And not that she’s to blame AT ALL for any of this, but come on – there’s no way that THIS DUDE…
Image via Pinellas County Jail
…isn’t gonna creep through your phone looking for nudes. Guy looks like he masturbates into socks and then goes jogging in them afterwards — there’s no telling WHAT he’s capable of.
In the end, Ramos plead guilty to a computer offense charge and was sentenced to six months in jail. Hightower, however, is now suing both him and Global Innovative Group, the company that operates the T-Mobile store, for negligence. “It’s a question of how do you address the really gross invasion of her privacy and the turmoil that she’s had to deal with ever since?” attorney Christopher Klemawesch explained. “That’s what we’re trying to address.”
What would you do if someone stole your sex tape? Let us know in the comments!