As more teenagers get their hands on porn, a new story is emerging about how it’s being exploited and abused.
The story is told by a teenager who was taken advantage of by a porn producer and his partner, who was able to use the footage to blackmail her parents into paying them for the film.
The girl’s parents had agreed to pay for the porn and then blackmail the girl into having sex with him.
What followed was a terrifying experience for the teenager and her parents.
The producer of the porn, who is now 30, had been arrested on child pornography charges after police raided his home.
He is now in jail awaiting trial on a number of child pornography offences.
The teenager says she was initially upset that her parents had not signed a release allowing her to see the porn.
“I was thinking I’m not allowed to see it,” she told BBC News.
“But my mum said, ‘it’s OK, I’ll take it, it’s a good film’.” The teenage girl says she had a number at the time, including a clip of a sex act between her and her mother.
She says she didn’t realise it was being filmed until her mum showed her it to her and said it was “pretty good”.
But the teenager says it wasn’t until she went to her mother’s house and found a copy of the film, which she had watched in a dark corner of the bedroom, that she realised what was going on.
“When I opened it, I saw what it was,” she said.
“It was like a film of my own face.
I was like, ‘I can’t believe this.
The girl says her mother was shocked when she found out her daughter was involved.
“She’s like, what the f—?
And I’m like, no, no.
That’s OK,” she recalled.
The footage was taken by a camera inside her mum’s house.
When the footage was examined by the police, it was discovered that the film had been manipulated to make it look like a porn star had sex with her mother and she was actually having sex herself.
“I was so upset when I saw it, that I wanted to cry,” she says.
“Because it was like I didn’t know what to do.
I felt like I had to get to her, I couldn’t do it.”
After her mother contacted the police about the porn that she had been watching, she says the producer contacted her and persuaded her to sign a release which would let him see her footage.
“He had the right to see my footage, I didn’ know what that meant,” she explains.
When she signed the release, she was allowed to watch the footage on the TV in her mother, and the producer was able see it.
The film was then uploaded onto his website, which was then shared online.
She was told that if she did not comply, her parents would pay the producers £1,000 to get her footage removed.
She has since been in contact with her parents again, but the producer has refused to talk to her.
The producer, who has now been released on bail, told the BBC he was “shocked” by the story, but said that the porn had been downloaded by the girl and that he had never met her.
“We have never spoken to her about this, but I don’t think it’s true,” he said.
The teen says that when she contacted her mum about the film and was told she was not allowed by law to see her parents’ footage, she “just wanted to scream”.
“My mum said ‘you can’t see it’.
I was just like ‘well, why can’t I see it?
It’s all in the film’.” “My mum went to the police and said, you know what?
If you keep watching that film, you’re going to have me pay £1 million.”
The girl also says that her mum told her she was going to be arrested for possessing child pornography.
She said she was “furious” at the incident and says she is still upset about what happened.
Her mum, who did not want to be named, said she “never did anything wrong” and that she was devastated that her daughter had been exposed to this kind of material.
In her statement to the BBC, the producer says: “I never knew her.
I don’ know how she got to this age, but it’s not me.
My mum’s never contacted me or made me aware of any wrongdoing on her behalf.
I never told her anything about the content of the films.”
He adds: “We had never even met her, but now she’s talking to me and asking me about the films.
It’s a big thing for me.”
The video is being screened by the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee today, and it is expected to receive much scrutiny from the public. The