Teen Sexting Ring
Five boys in Vermont admit viewing 30 to 40 images and three videos of female classmates from a special email account in a sexting scandal that rocked the town of Milton.
Police say two of the five boys used school-issued computers to access and distribute the images.
Investigators say the girls took the pictures of themselves and sent them to the boys, who forwarded them the email account.
The 17 girls were aged 14 to 17 so many of the images qualify as child porn.
The students won't face charges but were ordered to attend mandatory sessions with a community board.
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