The following definition of sexual exploitation will help you determine whether your ex has engaged in sexual exploitation.
Sexual exploitation occurs when an individual engages in a pattern of sexual conduct with someone who has been forced to do so by the individual or the entity that the individual controls.
Sexual acts involving forced sexual contact or forced sexual intercourse, if performed by a third party, do not constitute sexual exploitation and do not count as exploitation.
For more information on sexual exploitation, see How to Protect Yourself From Sexual Exploitation.
Sexual abuse is a type of sexual activity that occurs when the victim is the victim, or the perpetrator is the perpetrator, of an act of sexual violence or sexual exploitation in the first degree.
Sexual abuse occurs when a victim is an actor in an act that would constitute sexual violence if perpetrated by a perpetrator.
Sexual assault is a sexual act perpetrated by an individual against a person.
It is committed when the perpetrator of the crime is either the perpetrator or another person who is an accomplice.
Sexual assault is not a crime.