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A man admitted to sexual exploitation of a minor for solicited nude photos of a year-old girl. File photo MLive. Dustyn Olmstead, 31, of Vermontville, pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a minor, which carries a penalty of at least 15 years, and up to 30, in prison, and distribution of child pornography, a five- to year felony. He will be sentenced Dec. The investigation began in February when an Allegan County school district found improper text messages on a school-owned laptop it had loaned a student. Police determined that Olmstead solicited nude photographs of a year-old Allegan County girl and sent nude photos of his own to her.

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By Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline. Thousands of British teenagers are selling their own naked pictures and videos online — making ridiculous sums of money each month in the process, an investigation has found. The use of social media websites like Twitter and Snapchat are also being used to help boost and promote profiles in a bid to earn more cash while making the most successful on the site millionaires in no time. One user named Lauren, from Northamptonshire, spoke to the BBC to reveal how she went on to become one of the British-based website's top earners in the world in a short period of time. British girls are making thousands of pounds selling explicit photos of themselves online, using social media websites like Twitter and Snapchat to boost their earnings. Lauren said: 'You have to be smart — I'm aware this doesn't have longevity. My biggest fear is going back into an office and being normal again.

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Kids sharing nude photos 'before they even hold hands' worries counsellors, police. I don't understand their world and how, in many ways, they've been impacted from this new reality. Kiona's research started with the way she and most of her friends feel about their bodies and how they look. In her new curriculum, students would learn about the editing of photographs that happens in some media, and how girls are often left striving for an ideal that doesn't exist. It also addresses the growing number of people with eating disorders.
Today's teens are always connected. They live out their lives online and in the public eye. They share photos on Instagram, tweet live from concerts, and message their friends instead of calling. However, sometimes teens don't make wise choices about what they're posting, sharing, or texting. Unfortunately, one impulsive decision can affect their lives for years to come.