An intimate photo, two men blaming each other and a (self)murdered woman

An intimate photo, two men blaming each other and a (self)murdered woman

A 27-year-old woman from Kamza, mother of a 2-year-old daughter, ended her life by jumping from the fourth floor terrace.


They published an intimate photo on TikTok.

The young woman was in the process of divorce and had met a so-called TikTok personality.

One of those who are added every day at best doing nothing, at worst cursing without censorship.

With one of these she created a relationship, allowed him to take a photo in bed and unknowingly handed him the gun to kill him.

When he was disconnected, their photo was published online on TikTok and then on other social networks.

He asked him to remove it, but he, while asking him to return it, claimed that a friend of his had posted the photo.

What was the friend looking for with such an intimate photo?

Who sent it? Even if someone stole it from your phone, isn't it your responsibility to protect your personal photos?

The boy in question, Altin Çoku, has been arrested.

The 27-year-old is dead.

Could the tragedy have been prevented?

This is not the first case of this kind. Not a month has passed, when another woman committed suicide after being denigrated on TikTok.

If people don't have the power to be more careful in the relationships they form, who they trust, shouldn't there be institutions above them to protect them?

Has the time come for TikTok, where insults are posted without censorship, to have limits, or is it not TikTok's fault?