When three US high school students from Virginia made mobile phone videos of drunken sex acts with fellow teens and shared them among themselves, they ended up in court last week facing charges usually reserved for adult predators: child pornography, reported Justin Jouvenal in Melbourne’s Age newspaper.
A mother whose 15-year-old son was charged with 12 counts of child pornography for sexting called the experience a nightmare. She said the teen, who has Asperger’s syndrome, was naive when he sent out a topless photo of a classmate. ”He is thinking his life was at an end. He could be labelled as a sex offender,” she said. Read more: