Previously, controversial site jamaicangirlexpose.com was shut down by authorities; however it seems though a copycat site has been rebranded and re-launched a site called (NFSW) Jamaicanreak.in .
The site is definitely a “NFSW” site that claims to “expose Jamaican girls and it has definitely exposed mainstream women who have vehemently opposed their images, or likenesses were being used without their permission. The tagline boasts that it’s “Exposing Jamaican Girls Won’t Ever Stop!”.
In addition, the site has thumbed the proverbial middle finger at the law and those who oppose it’s existance. On the site, in what appears to be a message from the site administrator the message taunts “No use trying to stop us.. a dozen different domains are already lined up just in case… ;).”
Our research department did some digging and found out the following. The suffix of the site is .IN, the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for India; however the site appears to registered to an address in Kingston, Jamaica.
“Over the last week, social media has been buzzing over the website jamaicangirlsexposed.com which has posted several XXX rated picture women ranging from entertainment figures to business women, as well as several citizens. The identities, addresses and Facebook contact information of these women have been released on the website, triggering several safety concerns.”
Recently,the controversy concerning Reggae artiste, Denyque who suddenly appeared on the page. Denyque’s nude photograph appeared in on the site jamaicangirlsexposed.com along with a picture of her kissing a male in a bedroom setting. The administrators of the website, who remain unknown, demanded that Denyque pay JA$50,000 in exchange for the removal of this material.
Is the site free speech, exploitation, or extortion?