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Having a tough time and need to talk? Standard text rates may apply. Nudes are photos of someone who is fully or partially naked. The person you sent them to might start threatening to share these photos of you online out of anger or for another reason, or they could be forwarded on to friends. If you find yourself in a situation where someone is threatening to share intimate images of youit can be a very traumatic experience. This could be a very stressful time. Unfortunately, you are not the first person to go through something like this.
You might feel upset and betrayed, and it could be hard for you to figure the situation out.
However, remember you are not at fault. Someone else broke your trust, and that is on them.
You are not a bad person just for expressing your sexuality. If you have someone who you trust and feel comfortable opening up tosuch as a parent, sibling, or a youth worker, reach out to them.
You might feel embarrassed, but talking to someone will help. They might be able to provide you with support and advice. You can also consider reaching out to a mental health professional, such as a counsellor. They can talk through what happened with you, help you to find ways to cope when you are feeling overwhelmed, and support you as you deal with the situation. If your images are being shared around a school or college, you can report it to a teacher, a student affairs officer, or your Student Union. Write down as much information as you can about the threat or multiple threats.
If they have threatened you over text, make sure to take screenshots as evidence. If someone overheard or saw the person threatening you, take note of their name and contact details. They could be a witness if you decide to take legal action. Threatening someone is a form of harassment, which is a crime. After you file a report, you usually make an appointment a few days later to give a statement.
Once the investigation wraps up, the prosecutor will decide whether the case is strong enough to go to court.
When deciding whether or not to take legal action, talk to the people around you, such as a parent, a youth worker, or a mental health professional. Make sure to continue to look after yourself as you consider your options. Find out more about what to do if your nudes are shared online.
You might feel the need to immediately reply to the person who is threatening you, and ask them to stop. Remember each situation is different. If the person threatening you is a stranger, it might be best to report them, but not to reply. If the person is an ex or someone you know, ask yourself what could be gained by talking to them.
If you feel comfortable going to them and asking them to stop or take the picture down, you can do so. If the person follows through with the threat and shares the imagesmake sure to keep looking after yourself as best you can. If they have tagged you in the post, untag yourself and report it to the social media platform so the site can take it down. You can also contact Google to remove the images from search. Continue to reach out for support. Share how you are feeling with people you trust, and keep reminding yourself that is not your fault.
Registered Company: Legal Information. All Rights Reserved. Report an issue. Someone has threatened to share my nudes. What do I do now? This can be a distressing experience, but there is support out there. Written by spunout. Factsheet Fact checked by experts and reviewed by young people. What to do if nudes of people you know has threatened to share your nudes If you find yourself in a situation where someone is threatening to share intimate images of youit can be a very traumatic experience. If you do find yourself in this situation, here are some steps to take. Stay calm Although this can be a very upsetting time, try your best not to panic.
Talk to someone If you have someone who you trust and feel comfortable opening up tosuch as a parent, sibling, or a youth worker, reach out to them.
Keep a record of their communication Write down as much information as you can about the threat or multiple threats. Take legal action Threatening someone is a form of harassment, which is a crime. Should I talk to the person? My nudes were shared online If the person follows through with the threat and shares the imagesmake sure to keep looking after yourself as best you can. Remember, if you are under 18 it is illegal to: Send sexual messages or media photos or videos Send sexual messages or media to anyone else under the age of 18 Forward a sexual picture or video of someone under 18 Having a tough time and need to talk?
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