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In late 2012 I met a girl online whom she lied about her age whilst posing as an 18 year old and sent me nude pictures. At that time I was 17 and upon finding out her true identity I ceased to remain in contact with her for quite some time thereafter. She then messaged me back and asked to kindle a friendship. I agreed and we developed a strong friendship. However, the friendship turned into a informal relationship with no sexual relations whatsoever. To date I'm 20 and she's 16. Her aunt has now accused me of being abusive and harrassing this individual as well as being sexual in context of conversations we've had.
Not that I know of
No, but her aunty has her phone and took charge of all of her accounts.
Thank you for the response. If an image is found what should I do in terms of justifying it? Should I simply state my point of having no knowledge of her age?
I have but if they're found as part of a forensic investigation? recovered deleted pictures?
There was a specific image that was on a disused device which I deleted a few months ago, what about this?
I wasn't aware the image was on the device - it was in a folder. Perhaps it's something I should mention later on. Also this girl currently lives in the US and I'm in the UK - if a case is established what would I need to do?
Thank goodness. It certainly sounded like a scam since the beginning, especially as she made many unjust accusations. However she made claims of extraditing me and other ridiculous things?
So there's no need to worry on my part. Is there anything else I should be researching around the area? The aunty is still communicating with me asking questions - should I ignore her?
Furthermore, she has information about the medical school I attend and threatens to contact them. What do I do in this case?
OK, thank you.
The mother has sent me a text which includes texts that she considers inappropriate, though they were intended as a joke. What should I do in the case that it's presented against me?
There's one image and a conversation that she's claiming to present against me. I'm sorry if I'm asking questions that you've already answered but worst case scenario what could I expect to happen?
I'm sorry if I'm asking too much into it. It's just the way that she's causing me so much emotional unrest is preventing me from carrying on with my other duties. If she was to come to the UK and report it what would the procedure from there on? Also what do you mean by supporting a prosecution? and finally, what would be the criteria for forensic examination?
How would she report it if she was to arrive in the UK?
It's been confirmed she only has few texts which do not imply anything sexual however there is some inappropriate joking. Do you think this is enough to make a claim against me?