Teens Use School Computers to Share “Sexting” Pictures
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Nearly two dozen teenagers were involved in a sexting ring in which two of them used school-owned computers to access inappropriate photos of female classmates.
Five boys admitted to viewing between 30 and 40 such as images, as well as three videos, the Huffington Post reports. Two of the boys used the school computer to access and distribute the images.
Seventeen girls ages 14 to 17 were in the photos, which the girls sent to the boys. Most of the photos are considered child pornography, according to police. However, none of the teens will face criminal charges.
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