Parents Beware: Your Teens ARE Porn Stars

 

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Parents beware! Our teens are becoming victims as we speak.

Nothing is safe anymore. We think that because we don’t “share” our pictures or messages on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or any other social media, that our information is safe. Well it’s not. One girl learned that really quick.

Angie Verona, a Miami teen, learned the hard way that none of our information is safe. Verona is now 18 years old, but when she was 14, she took sexy pictures for her boyfriend and stored them in a “privatePhotobucket account for them only to see.

Her account was hacked and what the hackers did with the pictures was unthinkable. The used the photos for advertising a internet porn site.

The photos show Verona posing provocatively in lingerie and bikinis.

Verona and her father contacted the FBI and they tried to get rid of the pictures, to no avail.

“I spent the whole summer trying to take down all the pictures, but it was virtually impossible to track down who hacked me,” she told thestatus.org recently. “I felt like crap knowing my life was going down the drain.”

There are over 356,000 Google results for “Angie Verona.” Her pictures have become a permanent fixture on quite a few porn websites. And they will NEVER go away.

Verona has received rape threats and has actually had people stalk her because of these pictures. Pretty scary for a 18 -year-old to deal with.

There is nothing that can be done about this hack and the leaking of her pictures. This is something she will be dealing with for the rest of her life.

Her “fans” have decided that they are bored with the photos that have been posted of her and now are stalking her Facebook account to acquire more pictures of her.

“They’re not even getting my pictures from Photobucket anymore,” Varona told The Status. “They’re getting them through my Facebooks. I can’t even have my real name. I’ve had like six Facebooks now.”

Verona has had to drop out of high school because of this ordeal. She has to be homeschooled now. Her life is ruined.

How can we stop this from happening to our kids?

It is now up to the parents to take over d take control. There is no “safe” social media. This kind of thing can ruin our kids and teens for life. Nothing is safe. There is no such thing as “private” anymore on the internet or even our phones. Our children need to be protected. Who else can do it but the PARENTS?

Why was this little girl able to post raunchy pictures at the tender age of 14 for her boyfriend?

Parents tighten those riegns in! Know what your child is doing! Stalk them more than the sick preditors do!

Get over being labeled an “overprotective parent.” It’s your job to protect your kids, no one else will. Quit being afraid to protect your child. What is right is never popular and what is popular is never right!! Everyone else will prey on their innocence and ignorance. It’s time to take control again and try with all our might to stop this sick perversion ruining our children’s lives. The internet is forever!