‘Nasty’ soldier bought colleague’s racy oral sex clip and sent snap to her aunt

A "mean and nasty" soldier sent a screenshot of a topless colleague performing oral sex, to her aunt.

Private Thomas Davies, 22, has been handed a suspended prison sentence for blackmail after he offered two female colleagues £400 for images and a video call in which they were in "a state of undress".

A court martial heard that having bought the sexual content he treated his victims like "prey" and used blackmail to try to get his money back, WalesOnline reports.

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After threatening to share photos of both women on social media if the cash was not sent back to him, the creep sent one of the women's aunts a screenshot from a topless video she had made of her giving her boyfriend oral sex.

The 22-year-old, based at Abingdon near Oxford, was kicked out of 3 Regiment Royal Logistics Corps after admitting two counts of blackmail.

Prosecuting, Major James Eveleigh told Bulford Military Court that the first woman – who has since left the Army – was paid £125 to send Davies sexual photos on Snapchat. She then agreed to send a sex tape of her and her partner for £400.

"When she did not receive payment she challenged that Snapchat user. [Davies] demanded she return all the money [paid to her] or he would share the images and video on social media and with her aunt.

"She paid £70 by bank transfer. Despite this, her aunt later received an image of her in a state of undress."

The second victim was approached by Davies for images of her in her underwear, and agreed to be paid £60 for a video call whilst she was wearing a bikini. Unbeknown to her, he recorded the call and threatened to share the video unless the woman paid him back his money.

Major Eveleigh said: "She paid him £60 later the same day. [Davies] acted upon other service personnel as prey."

The court martial heard that, as part of his blackmail, Davies sent a video of himself scrolling through the first victim's Facebook friends list, saying she had two minutes to send the money.

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Victim impact statements read to the court heard the first victim was left in fear of how her family now viewed her after the shot was sent to her aunt. The second said she no longer felt comfortable using social media and avoids talking to people online as a result of the incident.

Assistant Judge Advocate General Darren Reed told Davies: "These were mean and nasty offences committed against two fellow soldiers who were deliberately targeted. You clearly intended to maximise threat and humiliation."

He handed Davies an eight-month jail sentence, suspended for two years.


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