The report said it was not known if the indecent materials provided by the children were commercially distributed online, but added: “Bearing in mind the profile of the suspect, this possibility cannot be excluded”.In a second case, a 17-year-old girl was a victim of extortion which started when her boyfriend took a photo of her breasts with his mobile phone, and shared it with his 17-year-old friend.
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His wife - who has asked not to be named to protect her children - claimed a gang extorted €1,000 from her him after obtaining the compromising video clip.
Now she has revealed that others are falling for the same scam.
The latter sent the photo via a social media platform to the victim to inform her he had it, demanding money and threatening her with publishing her photo elsewhere if she refused to pay. The girl gradually began to give him €10 or €20 over the course of a few months, totalling about €600.
In a third case, a 17-year-old boy in Edinburgh took his own life in July 2013.
He had been targeted online by an offender who posed as a teenage girl and with whom he had shared indecent images of himself.