A Lamar, Missouri student teacher has been sentenced to prison after she sent a trio of year-old boys a barrage of selfies comprising of naked pictures of herself, and sought actual sex from one of the youths, the Daily Star reports. The disgraced former student teacher in southwest Missouri, Emily Edson, 39, sent the nude selfies along with texts that utterly begged one of the children for sex. For sending the sexually explicit selfies, the teacher was sentenced to four years in prison by a judge in a Vernon County, Missouri, circuit court.
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Law enforcement say they're investigating a lot of cases of nude photos being used for blackmail or other forms of control. But Gearman says it is something every parent needs to be aware of, perhaps even earlier than many people might think. Hegg says he constantly sees young students dealing with issues that involve sexting. Hegg says teens are particularly susceptible to this kind of lapse in judgement. But Captain Gearman says teens are not the only people sending and using nude pictures for control. Hegg says parents should outline their rights in a contract with their teen before they ever start using a cellphone. Hegg says that contract should also spell out the consequences if a parent does find that their child is using their cellphone inappropriately. Police say it's important to help teens, and even adults, realize the serious possible consequences of sending nude photos. They say you never know where those photos may end up down the road. Skip to content.
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Middle school students in suburban Maryland are being approached through Snapchat to send nude selfies to an anonymous user who is posting the images to a website that students — or others who know the password — are viewing, according to school officials. Montgomery County officials say they have received at least 10 reports of activity related to the scheme from middle schools in recent days and have turned them over to police. They said some Montgomery County students have sent photos, and others have been given the password to the website. We want them to stay safe online. Turner said little is known about who is behind the effort and whether that person is a student or adult. Students have come forward at Montgomery schools including A.
Mike DeForest , Investigative Reporter. But clicking on those web links reveals hundreds of nude photographs of current and former high school students, all of which have been posted by anonymous users. Besides the explicit images, the website also contains hundreds more photos of clothed women, likely stolen from their Facebook and Instagram accounts. Those portraits are being used to solicit "wins," a code word for nude photographs. While some users have requested naked images of current high school girls, others have posted messages hoping to obtain photos of women who graduated as far back as 14 years ago, including a few who are now married and have children. I didn't think anybody I went to high school with would ever do that. Elaine said she had no idea someone was using her Facebook profile photo as bait for nude pictures until Local 6 News brought it to her attention.