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Aydin Coban gets 11-year sentence in sex cyberbully case
Aydin Coban gets 11-year sentence in sex cyberbully case

Aydin Coban gets 11-year sentence in sex cyberbully case

The man charged in connection to the death of Amanda Todd has been sentenced in The Netherlands.

Aydin Coban has been found guilty, and will serve a sentence of 10 years and 243 days.

The cyberbullying of Todd was brought to mainstream attention after she posted a Youtube video depicting her story with handwritten signs.

The nine-minute video, called My Story: Struggling, bullying, suicide and self-harm, showed her using a series of flashcards to tell her story of being abused online.

Todd’s video focused on being convinced by a stranger online, allegedly Aydin C., to expose her bare breasts, which were screenshotted and shared online.

She took her own life a few weeks after posting the video at the age of 16.

Now that his trial in the Netherlands has wrapped up, Aydin C. faces extradition to Canada, which has already been approved.

Agencies/Canadajournal




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