By BonusForDaddyIssues - 29/01/2018 00:00 - Australia - Brisbane
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I'm so sorry that had to you. I hope you called the police on him and got some pay back . and hopefully your niece didn't ask to many questions. about what it was.
if naked pictures of a 16 year old isnt child porn to you, you got as many issues as the husband does. that is most definitly a crime dude. lol even if their all minors. a 16 year old with naked pictures of another 16 year old is still having child porn and sending it is still distribution of child pornography.
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At least your niece has an idea of what she can be doing eight years from now! Hopefully, she won’t be borrowing your husband’s phone then. You’d probably get it deep trouble for having a phone that receives and creates kiddie porn!
I hate how everyone is saying it's child porn, makes it sound like he rapes 5 year olds like c'mon age 16 ain't no little girl
A 16 year old may not be a child, but in most states they are considered minors. As a result, if her husband does have naked pictures of a 16 year old saved on his phone, it is illegal, and he should be reported to the police.
still child porn dude. and the fact that you make it seem like it isnt a big deal makes you part of this problem with little girls thinking this is okay and ruining someone life potentially becuase of their nudes. not. worth. it. idc how lonely you are bro. its messed up.
Depending on which part of Australia they're living in, this might be completely legal, as the age of consent varies between 16 and 17 in some territories. In Australia under both State and Commonwealth laws, child abuse material is considered to be the sexualised depiction of persons under 16 (or in some cases 18). But that's besides the point. I don't think the hearbreak OP is feeling right now would be much different if the girl had been 18 years old. I'm very sorry you had to experience this.