'Sexting' Canadian Teenager Convicted of Child Pornography

by Thilaka Ravi on  January 13, 2014 at 2:39 PM Sexual Health News
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A court in Canada took a very firm attitude against a Canadian teenager and convicted her for possessing naked images of her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend and circulating them.
'Sexting' Canadian Teenager Convicted of Child Pornography
'Sexting' Canadian Teenager Convicted of Child Pornography
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According to CBC News reports, a judge in Victoria, British Columbia, offered a literal interpretation of the teen's actions.

The judge convicted the teenager of possession and dissemination of child pornography and of threatening behavior, CNET reported.

According to reports, her boyfriend had voluntarily shown her the pictures, and also that there was little age gap between the sexter and the victim.

At the time of the offense, the sexting teen was 16, and her aims were said in court to be humiliation and intimidation (she sent the victim texts that threatened to "stomp" her).

Source: ANI

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