The modeling industry is a dynamic, exciting, and thriving business, and it is filled with hard-working models, scouts, agents, and photographers. Unfortunately, as in any business, there are some cases of people posing as industry professionals when they are not in order to take advantage of the reputation ethical professionals have built for themselves. These fraudsters count on the good reputation and trust that legitimate agencies and scouts have built within the industry and use it to prey on unsuspecting aspiring models by posing as employees or scouts of reputable companies when they are not.
Picture this: it's late at night and someone you've been kinda talking to hits you up for nudes. Or maybe you don't have to picture it, because — like 84 percent of the girls in Seventeen. We interviewed more than 11, girls ages 14 to 22 and found that 62 percent have taken and sent sexy pics, even though just 31 percent believe sexting is safe.
Sharing personal photos with someone is an act that is done out of trust and usually comes with a mutual understanding that such pictures will be kept private. But when relationships break down, some people often themselves victims of having their personal photos leaked. Here David Newman, adviser at DAS Law, explains your legal rights if you find yourself subject to this type of unwanted attention.
We worked with ConnectSafely. For more information and advice please visit www. This can happen the instant someone shares a photo or video.
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This is becoming common. I imagine the next step will be charging a child with child molestation for masturbating. This is what happens when you let puritans run the legal system.
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Taking nudes is not something to be taken lightly. Who knew there was so much to a naked pic? But, all jokes aside, nudes are about a lot more than raking in the desirability points.
A teenage boy in North Carolina has been prosecuted for having nude pictures of himself on his own mobile phone. The young man, who is now 17 but was 16 at the time the photos were discovered, had to strike a plea deal to avoid potentially going to jail and being registered as a sex offender. Experts condemned the case as ludicrous.