Stalker sues woman for copyright infringement after she posted photos of his private parts on FacebookBy Mason White 5:28 PM December 29, 2014
|Facebook post showing Cristian Foculescu|
By: Mahesh Sarin
A woman who was fed up of being stalked by a man, is being sued for publishing photos of the stalker on Facebook.
Famous ballet dancer Vica Blochina, 39, had been harassed by the man via Facebook. The man kept sending her inappropriate photos, including that of his private parts, according to the Daily Star.
The 38-year-old blond beauty of Lithuania, was fed up of being stalked. In an attempt to stop the man from sending his photos, she sent him a message with a warning: “If you keep harassing me with obscene photos, I’ll put them on my wall.”
To her surprise, the harassment continued, so the dancer went ahead and published his identity as well as the photo of his manhood and screenshots of her messages to him.
Cristian Foculescu, the stalker whose identity was made public, became angry. He claimed that his children saw the photos after Blochina made it public.
Foculescu sent the woman a reply message which read: “Hello Vica Blokina. I consider this content as my private property and it cannot be used without my permission. Please answer with a message regarding this situation or delete the content.”
When she did not reply, Foculescu hired a lawyer, who sent Blochina a letter, which warned that the photos of his client’s private parts were his “intellectual property” and accused her of copyright infringement.
The letter also complained that the man would be seeking damages for having his reputation ruined.