Social media is, in many ways, the quintessential double-edged sword: On the one hand, it allows for greater connectivity, bringing together people from literally all over the world and enabling us to interact with each other with ease; and on the other, it… allows for greater connectivity, bringing together people from literally all over the world and enabling us to interact with each other with ease. The images acquired by these means may then later be used allegedly to extort money from the targets. Secondly, fraudsters are becoming more sophisticated because of social media generally. Indeed, the current report is from the first time this kind of scam has made waves — and sadly, it will likely not be the last. Just last year, for example, accounts in the name of London-based agency Base Models began appearing on Snapchat — except that the agency was not and has never been on Snapchat , let alone used the platform to recruit models.
Fake model rep gets 25 years for tricking girls into sending nude photos
Fake Geek Girls
At the start of the year trolls attempted to ridicule the youngest ever congresswoman, 29, after a video of her jiving on a rooftop during college was posted on Twitter. The 30 second video shows her writhing against a wall, flinging her long dark hair as she mimics the musical montage from the classic s John Hughes flick The Breakfast Club. Now she has hit back at 'dance-gate' herself with a new dance display outside her Congress office. AOC posted the caption: "If Republicans thought women dancing in college is scandalous, wait till they find out women dance in Congress, too! Another said: "We need more people like you in government.
Fake Model Scouts Are Allegedly Trying To Get Teenagers To Send Nude Pictures On Social Media
A New Hampshire man who posed as an agent to trick teen girls into sending him suggestive photos was sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in prison. Matthew Felton, 38, used social media to impersonate a female modeling agency representative and convince three girls, ranging in age from 12 to 14, to send him sexually explicit photographs of themselves. The victims were all living in Canada, according to Fosters. New Hampshire U. Skip to content.
A man who passed himself off as a Hare Krishna 'guru' has been sentenced to 19 years in jail for repeatedly raping three teenage girls he turned into mesmerised sex slaves. Sean O'Neil, an Australian year-old computer programmer, was found guilty of multiple rape and of corrupting minors by a closed-door appeals court in the southern French city of Aix-en-Provence on Monday. O'Neil forced a total of four teenage girls to live as naked slaves in his French Riviera apartment in the town of Valbonne, where he subjected them to pornographic photo sessions and made them recite the Hare Krishna mantra 1, times a day.