High School Faces Massive Scandal After Nude Selfies of FIFTY Students Are Uploaded to Major Website

There are three rules when it comes to taking nude photos of yourself: Rule #1: Never take nude photos. Rule #2: Never upload them anywhere Rule #3: NEVER send them to anyone

These rules aren’t arbitrary. They’re meant to keep your naked body yours to look at and no one else’s to peep at and/or spread around the internet. Unfortunately for some Duxbury High School students who didn’t heed these rules, a huge nude photo scandal just recently broke out at their high school after someone uploaded and distributed the images of over FIFTY girls.

Police said many of the photos of the Duxbury High School students appear to be selfies and said the girls’ names also appeared on the Dropbox page, which has since been shut down.

A student who feared she was on the list informed school officials of the page’s existence on the file sharing and storage website on Wednesday.

Investigators immediately had the San Francisco-based company take the page down, and have since served a search warrant on the site to determine through forensic testing who created the page in the first place.(via)

According to Daily Mail, Police Chief Matthew Clancy believes that the selfies were sent to the boyfriends of the girls involved and that there is “no indication any of the photos were taken of the girls without their consent.”

Some photos even appear to be fake, according to CBS Boston.

‘At the end of the day, these are children and they’ve made a mistake,’ Clancy said at a news conference on Wednesday.

‘We’re clearly identifying these girls as victims, because that’s what they are.’
Clancy said police are ‘aggressively’ going after who created the page.

‘We’re coming after them,’ he said. ‘We’re going to pull out all the stops and hold them accountable. That’s our focus right now.’(via)

Whoever created the Dropbox hosting all the photos could reportedly “face possession and distribution of child pornography charges, which carries a minimum sentence of 10 years in prison under Massachusetts law.”

The investigation continues.

This article originally appeared on BroBible.