“I think the important message to take away from this is that (the victim) recognized that the communication was inappropriate and she immediately reported it to someone that was able to help her,” Ryan said.
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The girl told detectives she received a Snapchat friend request from someone she did not know while she was attending class.
The user “stated that he had nude photographs of the victim and would release them” to the high school “if she did not send more nude photographs to him,” according to the criminal complaint filed by Whitemarsh Detective Gregory Lattanze.We work with clients to bring about healing, new perspectives, and change in behavior.Individual, couple and family therapy is available.""We are a group of licensed psychotherapists and therapists, who are passionate about helping others in their journey toward personal growth and change.Court documents say he had also exposed the girl to nude pictures of children and women on his computer.Rejholec was arrested in January, and when detectives interviewed him, he confessed to the crimes, and told detectives he'd destroyed the computer with the pornographic images on it.In the criminal complaint, detectives alleged the investigation revealed that Brown harassed a total of at least nine females “using the same modus operandi.” “Brett Brown was interviewed and gave a full question and answer statement admitting to his actions and cooperated fully with the investigation,” Lattanze wrote in court documents.