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And he's been open about the leaked tape, as he previously admitted he was tricked into filming the Skype video after chatting to a girl who asked him on Twitter: "Joel, would you like to have Skype Sex? Pricasso injects his private parts with a paint brush before painting his subjects in the weird art.
One of them, Jack Salisbury, told the inquest Patrick had boasted of taking ecstasy and LSD, and taking ketamine that he purchased on Silk Road – where users can obtain anything from drugs to fake passports.
But he had moved to The Purbeck School in Wareham, and hoped to study computing at Cambridge.
Skype software is available for both computers (Windows and OS X) and smart phones and tablets, including the i Phone, i Pad and Android devices.
Microsoft acquired Skype in 2011 and in 2013 merged Messenger (also known as MSN Messenger and Windows Live Messenger) with Skype.