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By  TCRII  |  26

Tell your mother and show her the pictures. Tell the boyfriend, in writing, that should he ever send unsolicited sexual / nude photos again, you will take them to the police and demand that they press charges.

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By  TCRII  |  26

Tell your mother and show her the pictures. Tell the boyfriend, in writing, that should he ever send unsolicited sexual / nude photos again, you will take them to the police and demand that they press charges.

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The police told me they can't do anything about it, even though he also sent death threats aimed at my 11 year old brother and my mother who has been missing for a week

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  leximichelle  |  12

Then you live in a trash place. My sister’s ex sent nudes to at least two of my other siblings’ phones as revenge for something. He was charged and convicted for sending them to all three of us as minors, and I didn’t even have a phone at the time. Of course, that’s in the Bible Belt anyway, and he was middle Eastern so....

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police said they can't do anything since she's missing and I'm over 18. But he sent me death threats aimed atbher and now she's missing, I don't know how they can't do anything about that

By  Mungolikecandy  |  18

This does not really appear to be an FML but more of an active crime. This is probably not the right forum for such a story as you actively need to take legal advice in the country you live in and probably seek a restraining order against the individual to prevent him contacting you or your brother. Once one is obtained then the police can act in such instances, in fact they are obligated to do so. You need to do that urgently.

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we've set out for restraining orders and have a PI and state police looking for my mom. They said since he made threats over the internet, they can't technically prove it was him so they won't charge him which is total bullshit

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  Mungolikecandy  |  18

It is possible to prove it is him and has been done in the past successfully,

By  Charlie Given  |  21

Contact a detective ,if you live in the United States call the State Police ,if you live in England call Scotland Yard, if you live in Canada call the mounties they're obligated by law to look into missing persons cases.

By  E2dav  |  4

I'll assume he meant to send those to a friend to show off, but accidentally sent it to you. Disgusting either way. Show your mom, and other members of your family - you'll need their support