Is this considered child pornography
Posted Mon May 07, 2007 02:45 PM
Please help I dont have a problem with my girlfriend being a celebrity she's hot so it doesn't surprise me that so many people seem to be taking an interest. However I dont think what they did was right. I dont feel that people should pass out something like that. I would never do something like that no matter how much I disliked that person. But thats just me anyways I'd like to know what I can do. What hurts me the most is that I was the one that asked her to take the pics for me personally and she is kinda a dolt and letf them on her internet photo viewer thingy however her thing was private so somebody hacked into it. Anyways I'd do anything to take the heat for my big butted poopynoops its not her fault this is happening to her I should be punished. But I'd like to do all that I can.
oooo Also how can I comfort her through this. I know its not so uncommon for ex boyfriends to send out nude pics of there ex's to be dicks. So if anyone else has had such an experience I'd like to know how you coped with it please.
Posted Mon May 07, 2007 03:12 PM
If a guy heres hey you have child pornography he's less likely to spread them or maybe i'm just an idiot.
You were absolutely no help at all
Posted Mon May 07, 2007 03:33 PM
Its like shooting yourself and blaming the gun?
Posted Tue May 08, 2007 01:06 AM
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Posted Tue May 08, 2007 09:49 PM
Seems like there's a disconnection here.
Posted Tue May 08, 2007 10:08 PM
Posted Tue May 08, 2007 11:13 PM
i looked through all his posts and he doesn't appear to have posted pics of any sort.
Posted Wed May 09, 2007 05:02 AM
Since when did posting naked pictures of a non-celebrity make them a celebrity?
I seriously doubt there is a damn thing you can do about it unless you have some really big bucks to hire a lawyer. The bottom line is that naked pictures of girls are a dime a dozen on the net and it will get lost in the millions/billions that are stashed away. Unless she was something truly exceptional and/or famous about her I would chalk it up to being really stupid and forget about it. The chances of it coming back to haunt her are pretty slim. Take a deep breath, swallow real hard, console her and forget about it.
NEVER put anything in writing or take a photo of anything that you would be too embarrassed to show it to your parents.
Posted Thu May 10, 2007 12:15 PM
EDIT: BTW, I am NOT saying it's right. Not at all. Just stating the laws... though I'd admit I have pix of my gf before she was 18...
Do pix of yourself before you're of age count as child porn? Can you get busted for having them of yourself? lol
Posted Thu May 10, 2007 01:11 PM
I guess the answer must be, if you are able to foresee the consequences if things go wrong and cannot handle the outcome...don't do it. Trouble with that is, you don't have that wisdom until you are too old to want to be naked and take photos.