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Finding Prince Charming star threatens to sue over 'bullying and harassment' following sex tape leak

2016-09-20
Finding Prince Charming's Robert Sepulveda Jr. has hit out at the "targeted harassment" he has faced following revelations that he worked as an escort in his youth, as well as the emergence of an explicit video. The designer and philanthropist has faced intense scrutiny around his personal life since being announced as the star of Logo's new gay dating series, which pits 13 bachelors against one another as they battle for the affections of one man. "There is a video circulating out there that I shot privately and sent to an ex-boyfriend," Sepulveda Jr. told People, adding that further videos and explicit photos attributed to him are not his. Yesterday (September 19), took to Instagram to warn harassers against coming for him.

Targeted harassment, shaming and bullying is wrong and against the law - it doesn't matter the age! Listen closely folks, if you come for me, we will come for you and prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law. BULLYING IS WRONG! It says more about you and your own insecurities then the people you are bullying. Bullying, shaming and targeted harassment has effects on REAL people and REAL lives. And if you support these people or their actions then you are part of the problem. In the beautiful words of Martin Luther King: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." and on that note....come for me - you'll be hearing from my attorneys. #BullyingIsWrong #lovewins

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‘Targeted harassment, shaming and bullying is wrong and against the law – it doesn’t matter the age! Listen closely folks, if you come for me, we will come for you and prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law," he wrote. "BULLYING IS WRONG! It says more about you and your own insecurities then the people you are bullying. Bullying, shaming and targeted harassment has effects on REAL people and REAL lives. And if you support these people or their actions then you are part of the problem." He continued with a Martin Luther King Jr quote, which reads, "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that," before concluding with a stark warning: "Come for me – you’ll be hearing from my attorneys." Finding Prince Charming continues on Thursday (September 22) on Logo TV. More stories: 9 reasons RuPaul’s Drag Race wouldn’t be the same without Michelle Visage Man leaves TripAdvisor review complaining about the amount of gay couples in Gran Canaria