What do I do??
I'm 13 and he's 17. We meant online and I sent nude pictures to him. Now he is holding them against me. He says if I don't strip on camera or something else, he will post them everywhere and send them to random people. I don't know what to do about this and I'm scared. My parents don't know about any of this. Please help.
OK - so you've done something really stupid here. But, there are only two people who are really going to look out for you in this situation, and you might not want to face into this - but it's actually your parents.
Yes, they will probably go crazy at first when you tell them, so you should be ready to accept this potential outcome (initially), but then they will be able to review the situation, and potentially seek 'adult' advice, to minimise the damage, and potentially put a stop to this. I'm pretty sure that what he's threatening is illegal, so the threat of legal action may alone be enough to deter him, but your parents will need to check this out.
Other option, is to confide in a teacher at school, and see what they would recommend?
Hope this helps...
Okay, no offense but what you did was stupid. Why would you send a nude picture to a guy online. Whom by the way might not even be 17. It's understandable though. We all do stupid things, I also have my share when I was your age. All you can do now is try to fix it. Sadly baby girl, the only people that have the best interest in their heart for you is your parents.
You might be scared now but the guy you described sounds like a predator. What he's doing is illegal and the only way to get yourself out of this situation is informing your parents. They would know what to do.
Hopefully a good threat of legal action can stop him. What he's doing IS illegal. It's blackmail, and he's in posession of child pornography. He can get in a LOT of trouble for distributing it. I hope for your sake he's not willing to take that chance. If that doesn't work, you really need to talk to your parents. They're always number one in looking out for you. But fair warning, they will freak out at first... good luck.
You have been a silly girl, but I don't need to drone about that! You do need to tell an adult most definately, whether it be your parents, an auntie or a teacher. Not only is it blackmail but you are only 13, he is 17 and old enough to know better, you don't want to hear this but your just a child whatever you may think. Please do not give in to the threats, but telling your parents or an adult sooner or later is for the best, what if he speaks to some other young innocent girl and ends meeting her and raping her! It's horrific to think it could happen, but there are some sickos out there. Good luck x
First, don't EVER do anything like that again!!! Most likely the guy you met online is not 17 and is more like 40 something obsessed with young girls. If you are too afraid to tell your parents, go talk to your school counselor and see if they can arrange a meeting with the counselor and your parents. That way, you have someone there for you, when your parents hear the news and another adult to help give some insight on how to solve the problem.
First of all you need to know that nobody in this world loves you more than your parents. It is so hard to disappoint them but know that there is nothing that will make them stop loving you. Go to them because the ones who will help you the most are the ones who love you the most. A mother's love is unconditional.