Lady Cop booked for posting nude Instagram, Snapchat pix of fellow She-cop: Revenge Porn on the rise

Friends alerted the victim to the presence of lewd photos on social media

In a new “revenge porn” incident, Georgia police officer was is being accused of posting nude photos of a fellow officer to social media.

The Dekalb County police officer, Andrey Francisquin, 24, is charged with invasion of privacy, computer trespassing and explicit transmissions for allegedly pulling photos from the fellow officer’s cell phone and posting nudes to Instagram and Snapchat.

The motive for the alleged “revenge porn”crime is not yet known, but it appears to have been planned. Before posting the nude photos to social media, Francisquin reportedly sent an ominous warning message to her victim: “You are going to learn.”

The victim reportedly told police that she and Francisquin were acquaintances rather than close friends, and said that she became aware of the alleged violation of privacy when friends alerted her to the presence of the nude photos on her social media accounts.

DeKalb County Police spokesman Maj. Stephen Fore told the New York Daily News that Francisquin has been placed on medical leave as the incident is investigated, and that she is being held on a $5,000 bond.

With the growth in social media, the occurrence of revenge porn — also known as non-consensual pornography — has grown significantly. The practice is believed to have resulted in the 2016 suicide of an Italian woman who took her own life after an ex posted a sex tape of her online that went viral, even generating a meme that was printed on T-shirts and cell phone cases. Over half the U.S. states, including Georgia, have enacted anti-revenge porn laws.

 

Photo: DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office