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Woman Is Accused Of Sharing Photo Of Man's Penis And Demanding Money From Him

Woman Is Accused Of Sharing Photo Of Man's Penis And Demanding Money From Him

She allegedly accessed his social media accounts

Amelia Ward

Amelia Ward

A 24-year-old woman has been arrested after she was accused of posting pictures of a man's privates before demanding money from him.

As reported by the Tampa Bay Times, mum-of-three Breyanna Dean allegedly got on to the man's accounts using an old phone.

Pasco County Sheriff's Office

She is also accused of changing his passwords so he couldn't get back on to them to take the nudes down.

She was released from the Pasco County jail later the same day after posting $10,000 bail.

According to court records, Dean has previous convictions for disorderly conduct, careless driving, and leaving the scene of an accident.

She also had an injunction filed against her for six months for cyber stalking and then another injunction was temporarily issued, but later dismissed.

In one of the cases, a female secured a six-month restraining order against Dean. A second woman was granted a temporary injunction, but her action against Dean was subsequently dismissed by a judge.


The court report says: "The defendant maliciously posted pictures of the victim's genitals across multiple social media platforms in direct messages.

"The defendant used the victim's old phone to access his social media and send the pictures.

"The defendant changed the passwords to the victim's social media preventing the victim from being able to deactivate the accounts. Her actions directly exposed the victim to disgrace.

"Evidence exists of the defendant having access to the social media account due to a screenshot she sent to the victim via text message of a post she hadn't not yet made public. Based on the above, probable cause exists for extortion."

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Topics: US News, crime