That question is one of many conundrums in the recent case of a teenage North Carolina couple charged with making and distributing child pornography. Their alleged crime: snapping and sending nude photos — of themselves. The case has drawn fierce criticism from legal scholars around the country, many of whom see it as an egregious misuse of laws intended to protect — not prosecute — minors. The story of the two teens caught in a terrifying legal morass has also made headlines as far away as Russia. Meanwhile, local officials have begun blaming one another for the bizarre prosecution.
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A teenage boy in North Carolina has been prosecuted for having nude pictures of himself on his own mobile phone. The young man, who is now 17 but was 16 at the time the photos were discovered, had to strike a plea deal to avoid potentially going to jail and being registered as a sex offender. Experts condemned the case as ludicrous. The boy was, however, punished by the courts, and had to agree to be subject to warrantless searches by law enforcement for a year, in addition to other penalties. The young man was also named in the media and suffered a suspension as quarterback of his high school football team while the case was being resolved.
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It began, according to the court's decision, at a Future Farmers of America conference, where the year-old met two girls, one 17 and the other In the months that followed, both girls came to believe they were romantically involved with the boy. Both girls testified that he texted them a photo of his erect penis and asked for a naked selfie in return.
One year-old girl was charged with exploitation and faced a lifetime on a sex offenders register. Teenagers who are 'sexting' each other with intimate selfies may be liable to face adult sex charges. The teen in question, from Fayetteville, North Carolina, US, sent a nude photograph of herself via text to her boyfriend, who was also 16 at the time. Read more: I sent my boyfriend sexy selfies and now he's being charged for possessing child porn, says devastated year-old. She was charged with two felony sex crimes against herself - listed as both the underage victim and the adult perpetrator of the crime of sexual exploitation of a minor. The charges were second-degree exploitation for taking the image and third-degree exploitation for having the photo in her possession. Although a conviction would mean life on the sex offenders register and jail time, she has negotiated a plea bargain which should see her record cleared next year, according to the Fayetteville Observer.