Police officer Audrey Francisquin has been identified as a suspect after an unnamed police officer came forward to say that nude photos of her were shared on various social media accounts against their will. AJC is calling this an example of revenge porn, this time on display within the law enforcement community.
The victim had received messages from her antagonizer that read “You’re going to learn," before friends notified that her nude images had been posted online. A motivation for Francisquin is currently unknown, since the two women are only acquaintances.
“(The victim) is unaware of where this behavior came from and says she talked to this (woman) several days prior and everything was okay,” a report said.
Francisquin spent three days in jail and was released on a $5,000 bond. She faces charges of invasion of privacy by computer, computer trespassing and explicit transmissions. She has also been placed on administrative leave.
“It was brought to the department’s attention. We took it seriously and investigated,” said police spokesman Major Stephen Fore.
Certainly seems like there's more to the story here: a secret tryst gone wrong or vindiction after a busted covert affair? Who knows. Either way, revenge porn is not cool.
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