Man booked on cyberstalking charges following breakup
BATON ROUGE - LSU Police arrested a man accused of cyberstalking and harassing a woman after she broke up with him.
Christian Williams, 24, was booked on charges of cyberstalking, video voyeurism and improper telephone communications.
LSU Police said they received a call from the victim, stating that Williams became irate after she told him she wanted to end their relationship. He called her repeatedly and used profane language to insult her, according to investigators.
Shortly after the phone conversation, the victim said she received a text from Williams with an image attached that showed her in a compromising, sexual position. LSUPD said the quality of the image made it likely that the image was a screengrab taken from a video that was recorded while she was having intercourse with Williams. She said she did not consent to the recording.
The victim also told police that Williams accessed her Twitter account and replaced her profile picture with the sexually explicit one he sent her via text.
Williams continued to contact the victim via phone after she told him to stop.
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