Eugene Foster Taught Girlfriend's Teen Daughter a Lesson About Sexting -- By Sending Naked Photos of Her to Her Friends
Eugene Foster's girlfriend's teen daughter will probably think twice before she takes naked pictures of herself on her cell phone. That's because Foster taught her a "lesson" Wednesday night -- by sending naked photos of the girl to dozens of contacts stored in her cell phone.
Many of those who received the image were the girl's friends at Poston Butte High School in San Tan Valley.
Authorities say Foster, 31, found the photo's on the girl's phone Wednesday night. To teach her a lesson, he sent the image to 37 of the contacts stored in the girl's phone.
The girl's mother -- Foster's girlfriend -- isn't sure exactly who receieved the photos of her naked daughter, so she asked officials at the Florence Unified School District to send a warning to parents that kiddie porn may have been sent to their children.
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"To spread this photo further would not only add to the devastating embarrassment of one of our students, making a bad situation worse, it would make the sender subject to severe legal consequences," Dawn Hawman, the district's director of public relations, told parents. "The welfare of our students is always our top priority, and we appreciate your assistance in minimizing the damage done by one adult's poor choices."
Foster was booked into the Pinal County Jail. However, investigators haven't charged him with any crimes...yet -- authorities are working with the Pinal County Attorney's Office to figure out how to proceed in properly charging him, Pinal County Sheriff's Office spokesman Elias Johnson tells New Times.
Johnson says anyone who forwarded the message could also be charged with a crime.
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