Seth Grove first heard about the “sexting” problem from his wife: nude photos of teens spinning from one student’s cell phone to the next.
There was a boy from Florida charged with a felony for sending around a photo of his girlfriend after they had a fight; a girl in Ohio who hanged herself after her ex-boyfriend shared a photo of her.
“And then it happened in my alma mater high school,” said Grove, a state representative from York County. Eighteen students were suspended last year after pictures of two girls at Spring Grove Area High were circulated to the boy’s soccer team.
That should be against the law, Grove thought.
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