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Law enforcement say they're investigating a lot of cases of nude photos being used for blackmail or other forms of control. But Gearman says it is something every parent needs to be aware of, perhaps even earlier than many people might think. Hegg says he constantly sees young students dealing with issues that involve sexting. Hegg says teens are particularly susceptible to this kind of lapse in judgement. But Captain Gearman says teens are not the only people sending and using nude pictures for control. Hegg says parents should outline their rights in a contract with their teen before they ever start using a cellphone. Hegg says that contract should also spell out the consequences if a parent does find that their child is using their cellphone inappropriately. Police say it's important to help teens, and even adults, realize the serious possible consequences of sending nude photos. They say you never know where those photos may end up down the road. Skip to content.
I'll be the first to admit - it's an uncomfortable subject to bring up with your tweens and teens: nude selfies. But if you aren't having the talk, there's a good possibility your kids are - or might someday - engage in this behavior. Last month, a swim coach in San Jose was arrested after police allege that he swapped sexual texts and images with young swimmers. In fact the Deseret News in Utah reports that kids just accept "sexting" as a normal and natural behavior for teens.
Kevin Crone, 38, of Union, Kentucky, was arrested late Friday night. He's charged with unlawful use of electronic means originating or received within the commonwealth to induce a minor to engage in sexual or other prohibited activities, which is a Class D felony, and use of a minor is sexual performance, a Class C felony. According to the sheriff's office, the teenager was an intern at Camp Ernst in when Crone sent her nude photos and videos of himself and enticed her to send him nude photos of her. Crone taught sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade health and physical education, according to the school website. The Boone County Schools district took immediate action when it learned of the allegations, spokeswoman Barbara Brady said, and Crone was no longer an employee as of Saturday. The district is cooperating with the investigation, Brady said. Student services will be available to any Camp Ernst students who want help. News Crime. Actions Facebook Tweet Email. Copyright Scripps Media, Inc.