Legal consequences of sexting for teens

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NEW YORK (PIX11)-- More than half of U.S. teens have admitted to sending sexually explicit text messages and photos, according to a new study.

But what they may not realize is that there can be legal consequences for their actions.

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  • Matthew Norris

    Why does your website have an entire section that seemingly highlights everything negative involving youth?

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