Three Teens Bunked School to Livestream Themselves Having Sex on Facebook
Three teenagers, a boy and two girls from Milwaukee chose to bunk school in order to teach their classmates a bit of sex education. Of course, not the variety that the education department in United States wished. The three reportedly live-streamed themselves having sex on Facebook even as their classmates viewed it on their smartphones during class.
The incident happened at a public school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in January but reports about it have only surfaced now. According to a report by CBS Local , one of the girl was 14-year-old while the other was 15. They both went to the Barack Obama School while the boy in the video was from some other school.
The teenage girls live-streamed the threesome sex through Facebook and the cops are now asking Facebook to hand over all the information from the account of the 14-year-old including pictures, status history, videos and user information like name, email, and IP address. The police said that the girls could be charged with “exposing a child to harmful material”.
The teens used a Facebook tool called Live to livestream their sexpolits to their classmates.
The investigation in this incident was started in January, when the staff at Barack Obama School became aware of this video depicting inappropriate conduct. According to authorities of the school the two girls bunked the classes and shot this video outside the campus.
As soon as the school was alerted about this video, it notified proper authorities and cooperated with the investigation. Though the police is still investigating and may charge those involved, disciplinary action has already been taken against them. The 15-year-old boy that participated in the sexual acts was not listed as a suspect on the warrant.
For Facebook, which is focusing big on promoting Live videos nowadays, incidents like these could act as a dampener. The company has been particularly careful when it comes to nudity and the inappropriate content on its site, but the live-streaming by its nature is more difficult to control and filter.