Charges to Be Filed in CA School Sexting Scandal

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San Diego police say they will file charges after a sexting scandal swept through area schools.

Several teenage girls started sending nude photos of themselves to their boyfriends, and soon those photos made it to several students in seven other schools. Now, at least 30 students from six high schools and one middle school are involved.

Lt. Chuck Haye, with the San Diego Police Department, said the individuals took very unflattering pictures of themselves "in very compromising positions, exposing various parts of their bodies."

Possessing and distributing these types of images is considered child porn.

All of those being investigated are minors and could face felony charges.

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