Sections of the T'Railway Provincial Park reopen in central NL
Two more sections of the T’Railway Provincial Park damaged by heavy rains last October have been repaired, according to the Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation.
TORONTO — Police say they are investigating after a woman alleged that a Toronto photographer and comedian publicly posted nude photos of her online without her consent.
Const. Victor Kwong says the woman, who cannot be identified, told police she had shared the photos with Ren Bostelaar privately and did not want them posted publicly.
Bostelaar's lawyer, Sam Goldstein, says he is unaware of any police investigation and noted that no charges have been laid against his client.
But he says Bostelaar has apologized to several women whose photos he reposted online from sites such as Tumblr and Reddit without their knowledge.
Goldstein says his client is "deeply and profoundly regretful" for his actions.
Allegations from several women emerged on social media late last week, prompting Bostelaar to post an apology on his Facebook profile, which he has since deleted.
In the post, he admitted to participating in discussions on the online forum 4chan that "included photos of women and their names."
"In some cases, that has included sensitive photos taken from other places, like Tumblr and Reddit, where they weren't meant to be seen beyond the person's chosen audience," he wrote.
He also denied sharing any images sent directly to him without consent.
His lawyer also said Bostelaar did not "deliberately disseminate the private details of certain women on the Internet with malicious intent."
The Canadian Press