to deter others from similar behaviour. Revenge porn is an
assault to the victim’s personal agency and sense of self-worth.
N.M. posted the video with the purpose of making Jane an “
internet whore for life”. This must be sanctioned.
 I accordingly order N.M. to pay Jane $25,000 in punitive
(6) Is Jane entitled to other remedies?
 At the hearing of the motion, the plaintiff sought orders
directing N.M. to destroy any and all nude photos, intimate images or sexually explicit recordings he may have of Jane, and prohibiting him from publishing, posting, sharing or otherwise
disclosing in any fashion any nude, intimate or sexually images or
recordings of Jane. He also sought an order retroactively amending the title of proceedings so that the plaintiff’s name would
appear as “Jane Doe 72511” on all pleadings, and sealing her affidavit in support of the default judgment.
 Although these orders were not sought in the statement
of claim or motion for default judgment, they are all appropriate
in the circumstances of this case. I granted the order amending
the title of proceedings and sealing the affidavit at the time the
motion was argued. I am now granting the other orders requested
 N.M. is liable for assault and battery and public disclo-
sure of private information. He must pay Jane $20,000 in general
damages for his verbal and physical abuse, and a total of $100,000
for the posting of the video ($75,000 in general and aggravated
damages, and $25,000 in punitive damages).
 The M.s are jointly and severally liable for Jane’s damages
from the assault and battery, because as occupiers of their house
they had a duty to take reasonable steps to keep her safe while
she was there, and they negligently failed to do so.
 N.M. must destroy any other nude, intimate, or sexually
explicit images or recordings of Jane in his possession. He is prohibited from publishing, posting, sharing, or otherwise disclosing
in any fashion any nude, intimate, or sexually explicit images or
recordings of Jane.
 Finally, Jane is entitled to costs on this motion and the
action. According to the bill of costs submitted by her counsel, her
actual costs are $7,777.89, consisting of $7,556.48 in counsel fees
and $211.41 in disbursements. This is an eminently reasonable
amount taking into account the work done and the experience of
counsel involved. Jane won the motion and the action, despite the