Dancehall deejay D’Angel was forced to visit the Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (C-TOC) after a new set of nude pictures of the female entertainer hit social media.
According to D’Angel, she’s unable to give details surrounding the latest saga but confirms to Music News that she filed a formal police report. D’Angel speaks with Music News while at the C-TOC in Kingston.
In July, when D’Angel’s Onlyfans page was first hacked, the Spanish Town entertainer through her lawyer, issued a cease and desist letter, attempting to bar anyone from sharing her nude pictures that were allegedly stolen from OnlyFans account shortly after she joined the content-sharing platform based in London.
Meanwhile, OnlyFans claims it takes content piracy very seriously. According to Onlyfans, it ensures that its creators’ content cannot be shared beyond the paywall. For instance, if a user tries to take a screenshot, it will show a black screen instead. Users can also be banned if they are caught trying to screenshot or record the screen. They also have a designated team that issues formal takedown notices against all reported copyright violations.
So far, only female entertainers have announced that they have joined Onlyfans to earn money by providing exclusive adult content. That shortlist of dancehall deejays includes Macka Diamond and Ishawna.