Boy 15, made to sign sex offenders register after he and girl 15, swapped nude photos
Someone posted an explicit image of you. What now? - CNN
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What you can do if someone posts an explicit image of you online
A former sex shop worker created a fake Instagram account to post revealing images of her ex-partner's new girlfriend. Jennifer Gander pretended to be her former employer, a Sydney sex store, when she posted the the graphic images, some of which showed the victims face. One image showing the woman's breasts was captioned: 'happy customer'. Gander's ex-partner eventually stormed the sex store where Gander used to work and demanded to know why images of his girlfriend were being used on their Instagram page. The year-old also sent the woman threatening messages.