In the video and subsequent interviews, the wife admitted to regularly posting derogatory things about her husband
on social media without his consent in apparent attempts to curry public opinion for herself at her husband's expense. So she set the parameters of the relationship to include posting private info about one's spouse on social media sites in order to humiliate her husband and bolster herself--all without his consent. She admitted to doing that repeatedly. If she finds that acceptable to do, then she shouldn't complain when that same standard is applied to her. Clearly she didn't think anything was wrong with her doing it. So, if her behavior isn't wrong, then neither is his. Just as it would be hypocritical to say you want an open marriage and actively pursue others while married, but then cry foul when your spouse does the same thing, so also this is an issue of hypocrisy--not moral wrongs.
And the point of the video wasn't to show him as the good guy, but to show to her the outrageousness of her behavior. And I'll just say it--I think too many women think they have carte blanche to act outrageously in a relationship with the expectation that the guy should just take it. Many women think they can slap a man in the face, but will get all indignant if he hits her back. No one should ever have to humor an adult having a tantrum like that.