He said that the initial investigation showed that the girl got to know the suspect three months ago through Instagram. He took screenshots of her during the call without her knowledge," he said when contacted on Saturday April ACP Beh said that the suspect then threatened to spread the photos if the victim did not introduce him to her friends. ACP Beh reminded the public to be careful while using social media and not to be easily duped by those who they have gotten to know in a short time.
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Zac Efron decisively ditches his squeaky clean High School Movie persona for one as a red-blooded horndog with this week's That Awkward Moment , an R-rated adventure in the grand tradition of '80s sex comedies. That Efron's latest can't hold a candle to those hormonally charged classics isn't an enormous surprise, since as the past two decades have shown, making a boisterous sex romp takes more than just a handful of pimply actors and some women eager to flash their wares for the camera. With GIFs, naturally. Ivan Reitman and Bill Murray's movie careers were jumpstarted by this gem, in which Murray stars as the head counselor at a low-rent summer camp, where he mentors — and is aided in his own quest for love by — a lonely nerd.
Then she sent the full-length frontal photo to Isaiah, her new boyfriend. They broke up soon after. In less than 24 hours, the effect was as if Margarite, 14, had sauntered naked down the hallways of the four middle schools in this racially and economically diverse suburb of the state capital, Olympia.
The Issues: Bullying; sexting; suicide The Plot: A story tailor-made to scare parents about new technologies, this wannabe-expose centers on the suicide of a teenage girl, Dina Jenn Proske. In her quest to figure out why her daughter killed herself, her mother Liz Vassey discovers that Dina texted naked pictures to her boyfriend! But that? Stay tuned for the twist ending! Lifetime-iest Line: One of Dina? The Internet never forgets. The Issues: Teen pregnancy; peer pressure The Plot: The movie, ostensibly based on a sensationalized incident in which a group of high schoolers made a ''pact'' to get pregnant together, involves a journalist Thora Birch who returns to her alma mater to investigate why all these girls are getting knocked up in the first place. The groan-worthy tagline: ''Not all teen pregnancies are unplanned.