New alleged Fiona Viotti video emerges on porn site

The three new posts had 7,000 views in the 24 hours since they were posted.
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‘Fiona Viotti videos’ allegedly showing the former Bishops Diocesan College teacher and water polo coach barely dressed in bed have been removed from a popular free porn site.

The two videos,  posted by a user called “JannieVannie”, were pulled from the site yesterday. It’s unclear whether “JannieVannie” removed the ‘Fiona Viotti videos’ or if it was removed by the website, but the terms of the website say that the publishers of videos should own the content.

However, while the videos on the “JannieVannie” account are gone, another user “21ndOver”, whose account claims to originate from the United States has published the same videos, along with a new video and a photo.

Fiona Viotti’s name is mentioned in the titles of all the explicit posts. The three new posts had 7,000 views in the 24 hours since they were posted.

Another user, under the account name “Skeeter the great” and who claims to be an 18 year old male from South Africa, also uploaded two of the videos.

The video is one of several lewd pieces of material that have been circulating on WhatsApp groups since allegations that the teacher was having a sexual relationship with one of the boys at the school emerged last week.

Viotti’s lawyer, William Booth, last week warned that sharing such videos without the person’s explicit consent was illegal.

Bishops Diocesan College is proceeding with a widespread investigation that is understood to involve  interviewing more than 40 pupils.

On Thursday, the chairperson for parliament’s portfolio committee on women, youth and persons with disabilities, Nonhlanhla Ncube-Ndaba, commended “the courage” of the person involved in the original complaint against Fiona Viotti and many other boys who have stepped forward and said “not in my name, me too”.

Ncube-Ndaba said it was disconcerting that spaces intended to be safe for children to learn and thrive, are the places in which gender-based violence is perpetrated.

She said in a statement that whilst the committee respects the processes under way to deal with the matter, the committee urges the department of basic education to revisit its policies in schools as all children have a right to safety, including the boy child.

More: TimesLive

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