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Ex-model says she’s a victim of disturbing ‘e-whoring’ trend online

“When Nudes Are Stolen.”An investigation found that sultry pics of the Wales native had been swiped and sold to catfishers for as little $15 per “pack,” the BBC reported. (A catfisher lures someone into a relationship with a fictional online persona.) These social-media bottom feeders then disseminated the snaps across the internet for use in fake media profiles to porn sites, and even ads for escort services.

Davies first discovered she was a victim of what she found out was referred to as e-whoring after she posted a photo of herself in a forum and asked if anyone had seen it before.Within moments, she received a reply that a pack of 100 ill-gotten pics of her were for sale. “I just feel gross that he recognized me,” said the distraught.

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