You will think twice about posting to Facebook after hearing about the strange subculture of digital kidnapping. At its most basic, digital kidnapping involves users on social media stealing photos of babies and young children, and re-posting them for their social media accounts as their own. The trend has even morphed into a small subculture — largely made up of young women — who use the hashtag babyrp [shorthand for baby role play] to find and share the photos. Dallas mum Danica Patterson and her daughter are two of the latest to fall victim to the trend after a stranger in New York posted photos of four-year-old Bryleigh on his Facebook account claiming to be her father.
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Guys these are stolen pictures of young teenagers that fake group Silent Justice are using to lure men and entrap them. It's well known, by many of their ex followers, that they have gone through their followers friends lists and messaged countless men, offering s3x and all sorts. A young girl herself pleaded with them to stop using her photos as disgusting men where commenting all sorts on the fake page which left this young teenager, so distraught her mother told me and gave me permission to post this, that her now once bubble teenage daughter is so terrified to leave the house, when she does and a man looks at her, she terrified this fake dangerous group have been talking to this man claiming to be her. This young girl is now on medication as she feels her life is ruined, thankfully fb removed the fake page, but that still doesn't help that young child in anyway. We are looking now for help to identify the girls in the profiles below, we have widely stated that this group had put a "disclaimer" up stating if you join their group, they can use your photo as they see fit! They should really learn the law as their disclaimer mean nothing. Jump to. Sections of this page.
Using photos stolen from young girls, he staged pornographic and pedophile stories. For seven years, the accused had repeated the facts despite several warnings from the justice system. Incarcerated for the first time, it had only taken him three days to reoffend. Between and , two cases were brought against him. But the law had again surprised him in May when he did not respect the conditions related to release and that he had started again to create false profiles on the Internet. More than thirty young teenage girls had been victims of the acts of the accused who stole their photos on social networks, transformed them into pedophile images and created false profiles on Facebook, Skype or Skyrock.
Caroline's account for Jayden Lilcocooo has already gained a following of over 10,, with a handful of close, enamored followers. Nearly every photo of the 1-year-old is flooded with heart-eye emojis and gushy comments. BuzzFeed News has reached out to chrysusbitch — who has watermarked this photoshop — for comment. I'm SICK of seeing people edit pictures of babies to what they believe social media will find "cuter". OMG this is weird AF! Some random page took that beautiful baby's photo and edited it themselves? The woman, who's based in France, identified herself by the pseudonym "Lafricaine. She said she saw the photoshopped version of Jayden first, and did not realize her eye color had been changed. It was a mistake which I learned from," Lafricaine said.