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FEU steps up to the plate, defends student athlete in viral video

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Feb. 20, 19 | 9:06 am

MANILA: Far Eastern University (FEU) has stepped up to the plate and defended a student-athlete who tagged in a viral sex video, saying the star volleyball player is a victim a cyberbullying.

The university’s administration issues a statement “condemning the wrongful tagging of an FEU student-athlete in a sexually explicit video circulating in social media.”

“This clearly is an act of cyberbullying that causes negative psychological effects and harm to any individual, private or public.”

“We encourage everyone to be prudent and refrain from using these forms of harassment.”

The school was referring to social media posts that identified the student-athlete in the video as Carly Hernandez of the FEU women’s volleyball team, reported Manila-based independent news portal, Rappler.

Hernandez’ brother also condemned these posts on Facebook, calling on netizens to stop spreading fake news as the Lady Tamaraw was gravely affected by the incident, the Rappler report said.

“Nakakalungkot isipin na nag-aaral nang maayos ‘yung bata at nagsusumikap para maabot mga pangarap niya tapos ganyan niyo lang sisirain? Sana maisip nyo kung anung magiging impact nito hindi lang sa kanya pero sa buong pamilya namin at sa mga nagmamahal sa kanya,” Rappler quoted Joshua Matthew as saying on Facebook.

(It’s sad to think that the kid is just studying hard and working hard to achieve her dreams, then you’re just going to ruin her like that? I hope you guys realize the kind of impact you’re making not only on her, but on our whole family and those who love her.)

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Arab man jailed for posing as cop to steal in Ajman

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