A woman who was filmed having sex at a number of public locations in the north of England earlier this week has taken to social media to explain her actions and say she ‘made a mistake’. Police have appealed for information after a number of videos began circulating online this week.
The woman was filmed having sex in front of hundreds of people in Concert Square, Liverpool, as well as on a train and in other public locations. A number of different clips are being shared online,m reports The Echo. Liverpool mayor Joanne Anderson said the woman’s behaviour is “damaging and criminal”.
Superintendent Diane Pownall, of Merseyside Police Liverpool Community Policing team, said the pair are now ‘wanted’.
The woman is believed to be a content creator using the website Only Fans. She has a public Facebook page where she has addressed the video, along with comments that were made about her.
She said: “I made mistakes, Monday night being one of them, but them videos will not go away. So I can sit and hide and cry about them or use it to my advantage and make money from it, which I have. No matter what I do or say I’m already viral and nothing will change that. But it is what it is, so I’m gonna take the hate and make a profit.
“So everyone sharing me you’re just making me more money. I don’t no [sic] a single one of you so your opinion is irrelevant to me, you’re gonna judge me now regardless, so I’m gonna do me.
“Thank you for all the lovely messages, I’m not a horrible person. I made a mistake which I’ve taken full responsibility for. Also there’s two people in that video, just saying.”
Mayor Anderson tweeted: “I am extremely shocked and concerned at videos circulating showing acts of indecent exposure and sexual activity in our city. This isn’t amusing – it’s disturbing, damaging and an illegal act.
“It also sets a dangerous precedent for the young women & men of our city. Let me be clear – this is a criminal offence. Acts of indecent behaviour in public places in Liverpool is simply unacceptable and will not be tolerated. I have spoken with Merseyside Police and requested immediate and appropriate action.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police via Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’. You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or via their online form here.