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Federal investigation involving Pennsylvania State Football Program and the sexual extortion is in full swing, and the details are disturbing.
According to Penn Livegroup sex videos and photos of naked players from the Penn State football locker room were printed.
The university previously tried to keep the warrants with the evidence sealed, but they were unsealed at the Center County court hearing on Friday. A total of 19 locker room videos were reportedly filmed.
The campus police became aware of this on September 1. November 26, 2021 Two student athletes said they were victims of sexual extortion after they were persuaded to share sexually explicit photos of a woman. One of the athletes claims that a woman he met on a dating app threatened to share photos on social media and hit her head. football coach James Franklin.
According to the report, a woman responded to one of Franklin’s tweets in September with a link to a sexually explicit video. Victim 2 on warrant said that after he blocked her, she began posting content directly to Instagram.
The warrants indicated that one of the Instagram accounts the woman was using had a folder with 33 videos and one image. The warrants also allege that this is not the first time this woman has attempted to extort money and expose student athletes, she has tried to do the same to high school and college athletes from a number of other states.
Why was the Pennsylvania investigation closed?
Center County Attorney Bernie Cantorna said the investigation was closed last month and no charges have been filed “partly because the victims no longer want to deal with this case.”
“The university’s concern has focused on potential student victims and their right to privacy in this case, as well as the potential irreparable and irreversible damage that an immediate autopsy could cause,” Penn State spokeswoman Lisa Powers said in a statement. “There was never any intention to permanently seal the warrants, only redact the names of the victims.”