NFL star Xavien Howard shared ‘revenge porn’ with victim’s minor son: lawsuit

, a former star, is accused of sharing explicit photos and videos of women, and at some point texting sexual images of one victim to her son,

In May, two victims filed the lawsuit in Broward County, Fla., alleging Howard, 30, released the explicit content to “humiliate them and cause emotional distress,”

According to the report, Howard had been seeing one of the victims identified in the lawsuit as “Jane Doe” in 2016, where they started to have an exclusive relationship. However, the relationship ended in July of that year, and in September 2016, Jane Doe said she received a message on Instagram from an unidentified woman claiming she had been sent videos from Howard of “him having sex with various women.”

Jane Doe “directly identified herself” in the videos, according to the lawsuit, and then stated she reached out to Howard to learn why the videos had been shared, to which he told her, “he shared the videos” to “make her mad because she did not want to have sex with him,” the court documents alleged.

She admits that she was “sexually involved” with Howard in the lawsuit, “but once she spurned his advances, Howard circulated sexually explicit videos of her—without her consent— to the public.” Jane Doe says Howard filmed and took photos of her while she was engaging in sex acts with him without her knowledge.

The victim’s son, identified as John Doe in the lawsuit, who was a minor at the time and is the other plaintiff in the lawsuit, stated that Howard went on a “warpath” against his mother and sent him disturbing content while Howard and his mother were dating in 2022.

“John Doe is the son of another woman (hereinafter referred to as “Mother”) Howard became sexually involved with, who after impregnating her, demanding that she have an abortion, and her refusing, went on a warpath against her,” according to the lawsuit that was

Sharing of the content without their consent, as the plaintiff’s claim in the lawsuit, was an invasion of their privacy and they were sexually cyber-harassed.

Sexual cyberharassment or “revenge porn” is illegal in Florida and has been since 2015. of sexually explicit images or videos of another person with the intent of causing the victim emotional distress.

Jane Doe is seeking judgment for damages over $50,000, according to the documents obtained by Local 10 News, and neither victims have pursued criminal charges.

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