confronted N.M. about the video, he admitted that he uploaded it
as revenge for Jane calling the police. He sent her a text saying
that “I have a criminal record for life ur a internet whore for
kife . . . fair trade”.
 Although Jane persuaded the website administrator to take
the video down, it had by then been viewed over 60,000 times. It
is impossible to know how many times it was downloaded and
shared. Jane says that she is haunted by the possibility that her
son, employers, friends and potential romantic partners have
seen or will see the video. She remains depressed and angry.
 In this lawsuit, Jane seeks general, aggravated and punitive
damages from N.M. for assault and battery and public disclosure
of private facts. She also seeks an order requiring N.M. to destroy
any photos or videos of her and prohibiting him from publicly disclosing any such materials. Jane seeks damages for negligence
against the M.s, because as occupiers of their house they failed to
take any reasonable steps to protect her from N.M.s’ violent behaviour when she was in their house.
 Since neither N.M. nor the M.s have defended the lawsuit,
Jane has moved for default judgment. For the reasons that follow,
I conclude that Jane is entitled to judgment against all defendants.
 Since the defendants have not filed a statement of defence
and have been noted in default, they are deemed to have admitted
the truth of all allegations of fact made in the statement of claim
(rule 19.02(1) [of the Rules of Civil Procedure, R.R.O. 1990, Reg.
194]). I also rely on evidence in the form of the plaintiff’s sworn
affidavit dated February 1, 2018.
 Jane and N.M. became friends in high school in 2011 and
began dating in December 2012. In February 2013, Jane became
pregnant with N.M.s’ child. Jane and N.M. realized she was pregnant in May 2013. Their relationship soured. N.M. began to sleep
with other women. He and Jane had many heated arguments. He
said that she had trapped him and was ruining his life. Jane and
N.M. nonetheless decided that they would remain together so
that N.M. could be a father to their child.
The first serious incident of physical abuse
 The first serious incident of physical abuse occurred in
September 2013. Jane was then about seven months’ pregnant.
She was spending the night at the M.s’ house. The M.s and N.M.
were all out when Jane went to bed.
 When N.M. returned to his parents’ house, he woke Jane
up and yelled, “get up, get out of my house” and “I’ll kill you,