"Sexting" creates problem for schools, parents

HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, PA (KAIT) - Two students at a high school in Pennsylvania are being questioned by state police about an alleged "sexting" video that was sent to other students at the school.

Pennsylvania State Police say the video was sexually explicit and was sent to students at the school as revenge for a bad breakup.  Now police are trying to find out which students got the video and who still has it.

After the video was discovered by school administrators they then called the police who say the two students, believed to be in the 9th and 10th grade, could be charged with sexual abuse of children and anyone who has the video could also be in trouble because the images are considered child pornography.

So far, Pennsylvania State Police are still investigating the matter and no charges have been filed at this time.

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