Will start exposing at .” The three teens – three boys ages 14 and 15 — who provided the hosts with the images were charged with invasion of privacy, cyber harassment, distribution of child pornography, and possession of child pornography, said authorities.Authorities said all six were arrested in the past few weeks, processed, and released to their parents.The court heard the offending images were removed after an hour, with the probation service - which was ordered to look at all sentencing options including custody - claiming Wise told them she doesn't use social media anymore.

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The victims voluntarily shared photos of themselves with their boyfriends or others they were interested in, who sent the images to the three individuals running the social media sites and the images ultimately went public.

“The victims did not consent to their pictures going public,” said Valdes.

In police interview, her solicitor claimed Wise told Cleveland Police that she was also a victim of the same crime.'The reason she did it was because he had posted images of her on the internet,' claimed Neil Taylor, mitigating.'She has not tried to hide from this - she accepts what she did was wrong.' He added officers had a 'duty' to investigate her claims if they were made in interview.

But prosecutor Lynne Dalton carried out police checks and claimed there was 'no record' of any investigation.

Three hosts face 11 years and the three providers face 8 years of custodial sentences, authorities said.

Authorities executed search warrants and conducted forensic examination of devices.

She said three of them ran two social media sites called “P-Paterson Purge” and “P-Passaic Purge” which were used to disseminate explicit images of other teenagers.

Three girls – 2 from Paterson (13 and 15) and 1 from North Haledon (15) – had their nude images posted on the sites.

“Juveniles and the public should know when they are active on social media they leave behind a digital foot print that can lead law enforcement right to them,” said the prosecutor.

A teenager claims she posted naked snaps of her ex on Instagram to get revenge.

“The two sites were taken down almost as soon as law enforcement learned of their existence.