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Former NFL player sued for revenge porn against ex-wife

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Former NFL player Jeff Roehl is being sued by his ex-wife for distributing explicit photos and videos of her without her consent. 

Roehl is accused creating sexually explicit photos and videos of her and posting them on several revenge pornography websites without her knowledge.  

The accusations stem from after 2006 when the couple divorced. She claims that sexually explicit photos and videos of her were distributed to different pornographic websites.

The suit also states that Roehl posted defamatory statements about his ex-wife in the comment areas of the websites.

“[Roehl’s] conduct has caused the worldwide distribution of naked pictures of Plaintiff and videos of Plaintiff engaged in sexual acts,” the suit stated. “[Roehl] published numerous false statements on various websites accusing Plaintiff of adultery and fornication.”

Roehl is alleged to have created a post on the revenge porn website MyEx.com that personally identified his ex-wife by name and had around 50 of her explicit photos. 

The offensive lineman played for the New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles during his NFL career, which ended eight years ago.

After his stint the big league he spent time in the indoor football league with the Kentucky Horseman and the Chicago Rush.

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