Sex video maker and sex worker Aisha Jaya claims to have filmed the footage, but there is no evidence of any wrongdoing.
Jaya’s YouTube channel is now offline.
“I was doing it for love,” Jaya said.
“My boyfriend’s family members have told me I was doing this for money.
I don’t know how it came about.”
In a series of videos posted on her channel in 2015, Jaya claimed to have shot and edited an erotic video called Sex Story.
She said the footage had been shot on a mobile phone, and it was filmed by a friend of her.
In one of the videos, Jayabot said she had used her phone to record a naked woman being filmed in a car.
“She was in pain, but it was very good.
I didn’t have the guts to do it,” Jayaboti said.
She also claimed to be a porn star, saying she was paid to film women having sex.
But Jayabots videos were deleted after complaints.
In an interview with The Times, Jayarabi said she would never work for someone who has made “sexually degrading and degrading videos”.
“I will never work with them again.
I have seen this kind of behavior in porn and in real life.
It’s not acceptable,” Jayaraboti told The Times.
“The only way I could have been able to do this is if the person that made this video has a girlfriend, but I don, not my friends.
They were all girls,” Jayara said.
Jayarani, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, said she filmed her friend in a hotel room, and that she was filmed from a position behind the camera, while the camera zoomed in on the woman.
“You can see that her ass is visible, her boobs are visible,” she said.
But she claimed the video was not a sex video.
“This video is a sexual act, it is an act of violence, and there is nothing sexual in it,” she told The News Minute.
Jayara told The Daily Star that the man who made the sex video had made an apology to her.
“He said that he did not mean to harm me, and he did apologize.
He did not want to hurt me,” she claimed.
But a friend who had filmed the sex scene with Jayara and her friend later told The Mirror that Jayara had not asked for a sex tape from him.
“We were in the same room, it was only after the sex that I asked him to stop making this video,” the friend said.
The Mirror’s article was published on November 21, 2018, and has not been updated.