My year-old daughter recently went to a video shoot with one of her friends. The video posted is very innocent jumping off rocks at the lake but some of the un-posted footage shows my daughter without her bikini top on. I am trying to have it deleted.
When I sat down at my computer today, I found that it was in sleep mode. All of the photos appeared to be selfies that she had recently taken with her iPhone, but the most disturbing things I found were several photos she had secretly taken of me while I was in the bathroom shaving after a shower. I don't know if I should confront her, inform my wife or just leave it alone.
Imagine this. Your teenage daughter sends a nude picture of herself on her phone to her boyfriend. It might be a joke.
The pictures she discovered were so disturbing that she turned the girl in to sheriff's deputies. The parents discovered their year-old daughter, who is about to enter the eighth-grade, had been sending and receiving naked pictures of other teens using her tablet. And the deeper they dug, the worse it got. In fact, things got so bad they called in the sheriff's department to investigate.
Remembering back to her age and how panicky I was to get my diary under lock and key if anyone entered my bedroom, I immediately thought this was a sign my daughter was surely hiding something. These were the only scenarios I could fathom for a child who gets straight As, always speaks respectfully, and hangs out with friends who have my approval. After insisting she disclose her password to me, I opened up a shocking and disgusting!
The Instagram follow led to texting, and texting led to an online friendship. Their chats were frequent and explicit, the young man seemingly obsessed with sex and desperate to trade raunchy photos, which he sometimes provided without warning. The man is also due to appear later this month in a court in Herkimer County, where he faces sexual abuse charges stemming from a separate investigation.
I have a beautiful, awesome year-old daughter. This morning I dropped her off for band camp and she accidentally left her phone in the car. I answered a few of her incoming texts, explaining that my daughter was not in possession of the phone.
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