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Wisconsin Police: Three teens livestreamed sex acts on Facebook

May 16, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Wisconsin Police: Three teens livestreamed sex acts on Facebook

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CBS 58

Wisconsin authorities say two teenage girls live streamed a threesome with a teen boy through Facebook while their classmates at a Milwaukee high school watched on their cell phones during class.

According to the Daily Mail, Milwaukee Police submitted a request for the social media giant to turn over information from the Facebook account of a 14-year-old girl after a video showed two underage girls having sex with a 15-year-old boy.

Officials said the two girls in the video could be charged with ‘exposing a child to harmful material,’ the male was not listed as a suspect on the police warrant.

An investigation was launched into the incident back in January after faculty at Barack Obama School – which houses students in grades kindergarten through 12th uncovered the video and alerted authorities.

According to the Police report, four students viewed a live stream on Facebook during their health class back on January 14th.

Students told school officials that they saw two girls, ages 14 and 15, on the video engaging in sex acts with a 15-year-old boy.

The three teens filmed the video outside of school, after the two girls skipped class during the first period, school principal Nicole Mcdowell told CBS 58.

The boy seen in the video did not attend the same school.

Milwaukee Public Schools released a statement to CBS 58 following the incident, which said: “In January, staff became aware of a video depicting inappropriate conduct that took place outside of school and off campus. The school immediately alerted the proper authorities and continued to cooperate with the investigation. We took appropriate disciplinary action against those involved, which would be in addition to any other consequences they may face.”

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