A teenage girl who had semi-nude photos of herself stolen and distributed on social media last week has forgiven the man who leaked the pictures and says they have even become friends. She posted the images on the site asking for advice on which one to send to her boyfriend. Kamila, 17, pictured, shared semi-nude photos of herself on a women only Facebook page but they were leaked after a man gained access to the page, claiming to have used a fake profile.
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If your child has sent a nude, what steps should you take and what support can you expect from local agencies? Our experts provide insight on this and more about the law, sexting and tips to manage the situation. Most schools will make a judgement on whether to involve outside agencies such as the police but it is important that parents are involved in the discussions and whether support, further education or punishment is most appropriate. Each sexting incident is different and it is important that schools deal with them appropriately on a case by case basis.