This isn’t my situation but I’m tryna set my buddy on a better track, he is a good kid and all but well the question says it all. He pretty much kept asking a 15 year old for nudes, she kept saying no and he said it was fine but he kept bugging her. He eventually stopped after a day or two and she thankfully never sent them, what would be the legal punishments to his actions? Thank you
Just his being in possession of the nude photos could be seen as possession of child pornography. Just sending it could open them up to third degree felony charges under Florida Statutes 847.0137, further, being in possession could impact further charges, usually with each seperate image as a seperate count. As such there are plenty of cases where this type of situation is occuring, and people are found guilty of multiple counts of possession, sentenced to multiple years in prison, and labeled as a sex offender for life. Additionally, based on the converstions, repetedly asking could also look at some sort of contirbuting to the delinquency of a minor charges. If he continues down this path he will need legal advice soon.
It is very illegal.
And you moron of a buddy will find out just how illegal (both State and Federal) if he persists.
If I were you then I'd reconsider my choice of pals... just saying...
Wishing you better judgment than your friend and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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