A Soufriere family has expressed disgust over what has been described as a ‘sex interview’ in which a mentally ill woman talks about a sexual encounter with a man.
A family source told St Lucia Times that the 53 year old mentally ill female was ‘deliberately interviewed’ by two men, who video taped her explicit responses.
The woman’s face was shown in the recording.
According to the source, the video recording was than shared on social media and went viral.
The recording is said to have been made on Tuesday of last week.
“This has left the family of the victim feeling traumatised that there was such blatant disrespect and disregard for the victim because of her mental status. As we know anything that is shared on social media is never deleted,”a concerned member of the mentally ill woman’s family told St Lucia Times.
“Whilst we understand that there are currently no laws against cyber bullying in Saint Lucia, the children of the victim would like to appeal to the government to take the necessary actions that can help minimise these cases in the future,” the family member said.
“Also the family would like to thank the public especially those who discontinued sharing and openly commenting about the negative implications of the video’s content,” St Lucia Times was informed.
The matter was reported to the police.