My name is ***** ***** I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that this happened.
What you're talking about falls within the definition of second degree
sexual assault - sexual conduct without the consent of the victim. If he was blackmailing your wife into doing those things, then she did not validly consent, and he could be charged with a misdemeanor
. Neb. Rev. Stat., Section 28-320.
Nebraska's extortion statute requires that a person use extortion to receive property, but Wisconsin's does not. In Wisconsin, it's a Class H felony to gain "any pecuniary advantage whatever." Since people pay for sexual chats or to watch someone masturbate, that should fall within the definition. Since your wife was in Wisconsin when this occurred, she has the ability to file a police report
and see if they will investigate.
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