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Woman claims recorded sex act uploaded to pornographic website

MURFREESBORO, TN (WSMV) -

A woman who was having sex with two men claimed that a recording made without her permission has been posted to a pornographic website.

The woman told Murfreesboro police she had sex with the two men around March 10 when one of them began to videotape the tryst.

When she realized the man was videotaping the encounter without her permission, she asked him to stop the recording, which he did.

The woman said sometime around April 15 she heard from friends who said the video had been posted on a pornography website and the men may have been making money off the video.

The victim told police she had not seen the video and didn't know which website it was posted.

She told police one of the participants was currently out of the country in Jordan while the other was a server at a Murfreesboro restaurant.

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