D’Angel threatens legal action over stolen nudes

by July 20th, 2020

Dancehall deejay D’Angel through her lawyer has issued a cease and desist letter barring anyone from sharing her nude pictures that were allegedly stolen from OnlyFans, a subscription-only content creator platform.

In a letter obtained by Music News, signed by D’Angel’s attorney, Christopher Townsend, the public is being advised to delete all unauthorized images of Michelle Downer AKA D’Angel transmitted to their electronic devices and refrain from further dissemination.

The release also states that the individuals are in breach of the acceptable user policy of the OnlyFans platform, and are under investigation.

Additionally, according to the legal document, third party transmitters of the copyrighted images by whatsoever means including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, and Youtube are investigated and may be held accountable.

Two weeks ago, D’Angel who is new to OnlyFans, which allows its users to post explicit adult content, revealed that her OnlyFans account was hacked after partially nude pictures and a nude video of her hit the internet.

She has since released a song titled, ‘Exposed’.