A teen in Chippewa Falls is accused of showing classmates cell phone photos of nude females, including photos of his ex-girlfriend. Joel D. Kolb, 17, was charged Tuesday with one felony count of exposing a child to harmful material, and three other misdemeanors. Prosecutors said Kolb had 19 pictures of nude or partially nude females on his phone.
The criminal complaint quotes Kolb as saying he took some of the pictures and friends sent him the others. The complaint said he estimated the girls were between the ages of 17 and 23. Investigators said Kolb’s ex-girlfriend told them the pictures were of her were taken without her consent.
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Still think letting your kid have a cell phone with a camera is a good idea? Think you'll feel the same after he (or she) is arrested? Here's the lastest "teen passing around naked cell phone pics) story from the West Central Tribune:
It was one of those, Good Ideas That Turn Out Bad. The Minnesota Vikings wanted to present a game ball to Coach Brad Childress’ 19-year-old son Andrew, who is joining the Marine Corps this week. So, FOX took their cameras into the locker room after the game to see this heart warming event. Little did they know that some players might actually be naked following the game. Here's more from Star Tribune:
Tight end Visanthe Shiancoe was the Vikings leading receiver and had a go-ahead touchdown catch in the fourth quarter today. Unfortunately, he also became the subject of an embarrassing mistake in the locker room afterward that caused Fox officials to issue an apology.
Shiancoe was inadvertently shown naked on television while a Fox camera crew taped owner Zygi Wilf’s presentation of the game ball to coach Brad Childress’ 19-year-old son Andrew, who is joining the Marine Corps on Monday. Shiancoe was standing behind and to the side of Wilf with a towel partly covering his body. But not completely.