The creator of a malicious Facebook page, who uploaded nude pictures of an underage girl, has threatened to commit suicide after being bashed by viewers for the heinous act.
The page, which bore the name of the 13-year-old victim, was created on Sunday and had received close to 12,000 likes within seven hours of being made, and featured nude images of the girl along with other pornographic images.
About eight hours after its inception, Facebook removed the page.
The creator of the illicit page, under the guise of the teenager, stated in the ‘about’ section, “my name is … am 13 years old, and a bi-sexual and I love girls and love to do oral, I think it’s fun,”. The creator had also posted the teen’s Skype address, which caused many viewers to at first think it was the victim who was posting the images of herself.
Disturbingly, the page had mainly adult male followers, many of whom were requesting the underage girl to privately send them nude pictures as well as to make contact with them to engage in sexual activities.
However, shortly after being deleted by Facebook, another Facebook page was created duplicating the original, however, on this page the maligner revealed herself, claiming to be the cousin of the teenage girl and threatened to take her own life.
“I must admit, I’m … cousin. I set her up because she watch her dad rape me! She trick me and led me to him, so I did this back to her, I was only 10, nobody believe me until this very day! Now I am going to kill myself!
And write a note and explain everything!! Goodbye I’m 14,” the page’s creator posted after uploading an image, which she claims, is of herself.
However, viewers bashed the maligner, with some going to the extreme of encouraging her to take her own life as punishment for her wrongdoing, and others encouraged her to continue posting the nude pictures, while some implored her to shut down the account.
The second page was deleted from Facebook the following day. That page had received more than 1,000 likes before it was deleted.
THE WEEKEND STAR contacted Veronica Gilzean, head of the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse, who said she was unaware of the illicit page. She, however, said she will be contacting the Organised Crime Investigation Division to conduct an investigation into the matter.