A friend send a text responding to an online ad for sex. No one ever met or got an address. I think it was more of a thrill to see if they responded. They chatted for a bit and then he blocked the number. Should he worry. He is being paranoid now.
Depends on the content of those messages. For example, If pornography or child pornography was exchanged, there could be a problem. Your "friend" should consult with a local experienced criminal defense attorney.
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