2 Teens Could Be Charged In Hempfield Sexting Scandal
HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — State police say at least two teenagers from Hempfield Area High School could be facing criminal charges after sexting scandal.
Police say they were sending sex videos on their cell phones. State police got involved in the case when school administrators asked them to investigate the case.
Authorities say the students were under the age of 18. According to State Trooper Steve Limani, the two teenagers shared the video and then it was sent to others.
“… From there, we were brought in to investigate exactly who has received the video, who is in the video and also how many other people might have it and that’s one thing – we actually want to stop the forwarding of this video,” he said.
Police want anyone who may have received that video to come forward. Because there are teenagers in the video, anyone could be charged.