Everyone had a few drinks and then they left the tent together to get some privacy.'The identity of the man in the video has not yet been revealed.
It is believed that one of his friends filmed the footage on his phone and shared it on a group chat, before it was posted onto Facebook.
She said she “wished onto it New Zealanders would stop using” a site run by an “abuser” to promote their music.
Her messages came in part from the experiences of her friend Nicole, who had been deeply traumatised by her relationship with the man.
Ms Sonkur, who also works with Scottish Borders Council, was said to have been left 'mortified' after the footage was posted on social media.
A source told the Sun that Ms Sonkur had admitted it was 'not the classiest thing I’ve ever done.'A friend said: 'It wasn’t just a one-time thing - she has been seeing the guy for a while.
Alex Casey and Duncan Greive spent two months interviewing those women, along with their friends and family.
The interviews, along with emails and chat logs, are the basis of this feature.
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