Terrified Mother Finds Stolen Images Of Her Baby Daughter On A Child Pornography Website

After sharing a few pictures of her baby girl, one mother went through a nightmare

The internet and social media networks have revolutionized modern living. These social platforms are increasingly becoming a dominant and omnipresent medium for discourse, but they have their advantages and disadvantages.

The terrifying experience of one mother recently became a perfect example of the latter.

Amanda Morgan, 29, the mother of a baby girl, Callia, had a shocking experience after sharing pictures of her daughter online. The mom decided to share a few pictures and show off her gorgeous 6-month-old baby, but she had no idea that she put her in great danger.

She later found out that the pictures appeared on cute baby pages on Instagram and Facebook, and soon afterward, they also ended on the dark web!

One disturbing website that offers pedophile content stole three photos of the adorable baby and used them most horrifyingly. The pictures were edited and it appeared as the baby had bright green eyes and was wearing tons of makeup, mascara, and lipstick.

Numerous concerned parents urged for the site to be closed down, so they alarmed the mother of the matter as well.

The 29-year-old mother was devastated to learn that the photos she had posted were exploited as child pornography content!

Amanda remembers:

 “I cried uncontrollably for 45 minutes when I received that message. My partner couldn’t calm me down, I was sobbing and shaking. I thought it was all my fault because I had this Instagram page. There are three pictures of my child on that website, I haven’t dolled her up like that, I wouldn’t want to put my baby in make-up.”

She set up an account for the website to see the images herself, and found there were “child abuse images all over the website”!

She explained:

“The usernames go from A-Z and each letter has thousands of users with paedophile usernames like ‘baby abuser’. I’ve never seen anything like it. I didn’t want to look too deep because I didn’t want to scar myself.

Obviously, mine’s bad with the comments but my baby’s fully dressed. These kids are getting abused and getting pictures taken of them by their own parents. I just feel so sick and I feel sad for those babies.

As sickening as the comments were on Callia’s, they were mild. The other stuff that’s on there is even worse.

I nearly threw up, I was literally retching like I was going to be sick. I’ve not been sleeping properly since I found out.”

The Russian website is believed to have thousands of global users, who left disgusting comments on the pictures of Callia, adding they ‘couldn’t resist her’, and some even commented that she was in a ‘good position’ when she was on all fours.

After seeing it all, Amanda was heartbroken for sharing Callia’s photos online.

She learned the lesson the hard way.

Therefore, she uses her own experience to warn other parents and help them to avoid such unpleasant things in the future.

She advises them to at least make their accounts private:

 “My child is covered, she’s wearing a long-sleeved jumper and a skirt in one of the pictures and you can’t see any of her skin. I would say to parents to make sure they’re covered in any pictures they share, never naked or in the bath. If you want to take those pictures just keep them to yourself, don’t put them anywhere for these creeps to get hold of.”

Although they have alerted the police and informed Instagram about the incident, the disturbing website is still in function.

To conclude, every single one of us has to be extra cautious when it comes to posting photos online, especially when sharing pictures of our little ones, as things can easily go out of control.

Source: www.unilad.co.uk


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