Nigerian-born Aisha Abubakar was stunned when the minute video was made public. It is now on the Internet, sold on 30 DVDs in sex stores and has been watched by millions of porn fans around the globe. Sobbing Aisha, 34, told a pal: My career is in ruins and my family will be heartbroken that I did something like this. I was so naive. In no-holds-barred scenes too shocking to be shown in a family newspaper Abi, PULLS down her top and bra and gropes her body.
Aisha, who is also a drama student and comes from a respectable family of diplomats, told her pal: The People smashed American Jason Blayde's plot to make , from the stolen images. But the film of Aisha and Abi surfaced soon after and copies began circulating in London pubs. But the circle of friends and associates around leggy Aisha, a student at the London Academy of Dramatic Arts knew the truth.
And as the video hit the worldwide web the identity of the 5ft 8ins tall model has become more and more exposed. Aisha's friend told The People: She feels she's being pulled down by the whole assoctiation with John Leslie and his sleazy sexual morals.
The pair became pals and were seen out together in top London clubs, and even snapped dancing together at trendy night spot Attica. After one night out Abi took Aisha back to Leslie's home for the sex session she now bitterly regrets. The film shows Abi in a black top, short leather skirt and high heels. Her black stocking tops are visible as her skirt rides up around her waist.
Aisha is wearing a white skirt and black top. Both Abi and Leslie comment on how "nice" her lacy black bra is. As the camera rolls Abi slips the girl's top down and begins caressing her. After a lingering kiss they move to a nearby sofa as Leslie tells Abi what to do. Aisha turns to Abi and murmurs: The pair are then seen writhing on a bed. She's tall and willowy and although she has her head shaved she often wears the long extensions she has in the film.
But Aisha's friend said: Millions of people use their home PCs and lap tops to store snap shots and video clips taken on digitial cameras or mobile phones. As they "ping" them to friends on e-mail or use internet services for prints they are unwittingly putting them up for grabs by unscrupulous hackers. It's no longer safe even to store explicit personal images on your hard drive as porn fans go cyber-hunting for clips.
Skilled hackers have always been able to get into "secure" personal folders.