A Florida woman is accused of sending a pornographic video to a woman’s family and friends as retaliation after the woman refused to fight her.
Nikeytria Mitchell, 21, was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking, extortion, harassing communication, simple assault, burglary and damage to property.
She was booked into the Escambia County Jail and remained in custody with a $23,500 bond.
A woman called the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office and told investigators Mitchell had been asking her to fight, arriving at her home unannounced and had “gone as far as beating on her car window in an attempt to fight,” according to an arrest report. When the woman refused to fight, Mitchell threatened to share an explicit video with the woman’s family and friends.
On Oct. 14, the woman started to receive messages from friends and family “advising her that an explicit video involving sexual favors was being disseminated on Facebook,” according to the report. The woman told authorities her friends informed her that Mitchell sent the video.
The redacted report does not provide information about the woman’s relationship to Mitchell. It also does not state who is depicted in the video.
The report does state the video was filmed about four years ago and the woman was distressed about the possibility of it being seen in the future.
An ECSO investigator observed a Facebook Messenger conversation between the woman and Mitchell in which the woman asked Mitchell to leave her alone and Mitchell replied by sharing the pornographic video with the woman “to show her that she was in possession of it,” according to the report.
The ECSO could not locate Mitchell.
Then, the woman was sitting in her car when she said Mitchell parked in front of her, got out and started shouting and cursing. Mitchell tried to open the woman’s locked doors, kicked the woman’s car and yelled for her to “come out and fight,” the report stated.
When another woman heard the commotion and walked outside, Mitchell screamed at her, “I don’t care; I’ll beat you up too.”
The third woman called law enforcement, and ECSO arrested Mitchell at her home later that day.