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All models were 18 years of age or older at the time of depiction. This site is rated with RTA label. Parents, you can easily block access to this site. Reigning Miss Teen USA has told of the terrifying moment she opened an email that featured naked photographs of herself secretly taken via webcam from a hacker at her school. Cassidy Wolf’s interview with Anderson Cooper comes as an international crackdown by the FBI and police in 19 countries has brought more than 90 arrests in what authorities say is a serious strike against ‘creepware’. The sweep, a two-year operation, was coordinated so suspects didn’t have time to destroy evidence and included the arrest of Swedish hacker Alex Yucel, a co-creator of Blackshades, the cheap and accessible software used to hijack computers remotely.
Wolf, 19, had been watched for one year by former classmate Jared Abrahams, who had installed Blackshades malware on her laptop and was jailed in March for hacking 100-150 women. Bail posted: Jared James Abrahams appears Thursday outside of Santa Ana, CA. Wolf was sent an email containing a series of photos of herself changing, with Abrahams demanding better-quality photos, video and a five-minute sex show on Skype or he would make the images public, threatening to ruin her beauty pageant chances. That’s your most private, intimate space and that’s where you should feel the most safe. Wolf attended school with Abrahams, 19 – who will spend 18 months in jail – in California. I knew of his name, I saw him in the hallways.
Abrahams’s arrest and feels badly for him. He terrorized me and many other girls for so long. The newly crown Miss Teen USA came forward in August with details of the shocking cyber ordeal. Through an anonymous email address, the cyber stalker attempted to extort Wolf for sexual favors, hence the term ‘sextortion. The thought of that just gave me nightmares. But the incident actually occurred four months before Wolf won her current title. It happened to me when I was a normal girl and it can happen to anybody,’ she said.
The message is to tell somebody. Wolf immediately called her mom, who reported the incident to police. The FBI quickly took over the case. The Temecula, California native now travels the country to tell her story and warn other teenagers about cyber-crime.