The two sisters live in fear of being recognized. One grew out her bangs and took to wearing hoodies. The other dyed her hair black. Both avoid looking the way they did as children. Ten years ago, their father did the unthinkable: He posted explicit photos and videos on the internet of them, just 7 and 11 at the time.
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Sarah Davies, 29, told police she became "a little bit evil" and wanted to "humiliate him a little bit" following their split. A mum shared two pictures of her ex-boyfriend naked in the bath on social media after discovering he had been using a dating website after they split. Sarah Davies, 29, posted the images after seeing her ex had set up a profile on Plenty of Fish following their short relationship. She later told police she became "a little bit evil" and wanted to "humiliate him a little bit," a court heard.
Teenagers are filming themselves naked and posting footage on internet sites or sending it to others in Hawke's Bay at a rate that is alarming police and shocking parents. However our youth are bombarded with sexualised images and violence through various media via advertising, movies, music videos and video games. Jones said it was important for parents to discuss the consequences of this. Parents are shocked at what they have discovered. An investigation discovered a 20 year old male living in London had a semi-nude image of a year-old girl living in Hawke's Bay which was obtained off the internet.
Laura Haslam, 27, was outraged after finding out daughters Brooke, four, and Eva, three, were snapped by internet giant Google Maps outside their fenced-off home. The youngsters' faces were blurred in the images - but their naked bodies could clearly be seen. Laura, 27, said: "It's quite scary because I don't know how many people might have seen it. Laura, a business student at Blackpool and The Fylde College, made the alarming discovery last week after being alerted to it by a neighbour in Salisbury Avenue. She reported the image, which was taken in , to Google and contacted the police, who also contacted Google about having the image removed.