Photos From 90 Women's Facebook Pages Posted On Porn Sites

A 26-year-old Minnesota man has been arrested for allegedly hacking into the Facebook accounts of 13 women, ages 17 to 25, by posing as a friend, then posting their photos on porn sites. Police say they found files containing names and photos of 92 other women on his computer, and 235 email addresses with security information.

According to the Kansas City Star, Timothy P. Noirjean admitted to police that he broke into at least 100 women's accounts. A 20-year-old woman says she gave someone she thought was a friend answers to her security questions while chatting on Facebook. Later that night, her password was changed and she couldn't log into the account. The next day she was able access her account and found a link to a porn site where three photos from her email account, along with her name and town, were posted.

Another woman accepted a friend request from "Steve Mills." He described a photo he took from her computer and posted on his website, then said he'd take it down if she sent him a nude photo. She wisely refused.

When police confronted Noirjean (the paper notes he was "in the basement of his parents' home" at the time) he described how he would get security question answers to reset women's passwords, then use their account to do their same thing to their friends and steal their photos online. Yet the paper reports he "denied knowing that he was doing anything wrong." That's pretty hard to believe, but his supposed ignorance is irrelevant; Noirjean is currently facing 13 felony charges.

Police: Facebook Hacker Stole Women's Photos For Sex Site [Kansas City Star]

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