By BonusForDaddyIssues - Australia - Brisbane
Today, my 8-year-old niece came over to visit. As usual, she borrowed my husband's phone to play with, only this time she wanted to look at photos. That's how we both found out he'd been sexting a 16-year-old girl and saving the pictures to his phone. FML
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  julfunky  |  29

Depending on where you live, it is a crime. She could technically be a minor so having nude pictures on your phone would make that child pornography. Illegal.

  CGL94  |  4

He's clearly an extremely disturbed individual, but unfortunately, the age of consent in Australia is 16, so as creepy as the guy is, its not illegal.

By  RichardPencil  |  30

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  stormiemay  |  11

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.

  hayleerae1978  |  15

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.

  BossyC94  |  6

She still has no right to consent under the age of 18. If they had sex it is still rape. Yes she participated so she needs to be in some form of trouble but HE SHOULD KNOW BETTER BEING AN ADULT.

By  hugtrees13  |  16

Who cares if the age of consent is 16 in the usa and it's "legal" it's still disgusting for a grown man do to that with a 16 year old teenager. Morally and physically disgusting.

By  saffy66  |  34

Age of consent is 16, but a police officer from a child protection squad gave a talk at my workplace recently and said that only applies if the other party is 16 or 17.

By  Arseminer  |  4

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.