I lied about my age to a guy that was 18 I told him I would be turning 18 on October 13th today, I am only 13 and i just turned 13 on the 9th. before he knew my real age he had gotten onto one of my social media pages and seen my nudes. He saved them to his phone. I told him my real name a few weeks later. He was mad but he still asked me for nudes. He keeps threating me that he's going to expose my address and my nudes. Can he get into for that? That is child pornography. Me and him has never had any kind of sexual contact. He also told me he would kill me and much more. In two different occasions he has bought me pizza which is forty dollars he said he wanted it back I had no problem with that. I'm scared and confused what do I do
You should tell your parents what is going on and report him to the police. You posting nudes is child pornography, but given your age and the fact that you are also a victim, you will not face the same type of penalties that he will. I am in TN, so don't know what the juvenile courts in OH would do with this, but here, they would want you to get treatment. Posting nude pictures of yourself is the symptom of a bigger problem that you need help with. If you won't talk to your parents, please talk to another adult so that the authorities can help you get the photos taken down and can protect you from this predator.
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As Ms. Bristol stated, you should tell your parents and report him to the police. Posting nudes at age 12 may mean that something more is going on in your world. If you have problems with your parents talk to a counselor at school, or the parents of a trusted friend. You have posted child pornography, which is a crime. However, you are 13, were 12 at the time, and I could not see law enforcement coming down hard on you. You will also need help in getting your posting off of the internet. The sites will remove it once they are contacted by law enforcement about your actual age. I wish you the best in this situation, and hope that you follow up with some counseling. You may wish to speak with an attorney once you tell your parents, counselor, or other trusted adult. The attorney can go with you when you speak to the police.
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You could both be charged with possession of child pornography. I would suggest not talking about this with anyone and if the cops show up or you get court papers retain an attorney immediately.
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