>If you’re trying to sell a couch, do you really think sending pictures of people engaged in the act of oral sex on said couch is a good tactic? I don’t know about you, but I’d be worried about what would have been left behind on the couch, and would want to run far far away from buying it.
But it’s especially bad when you send the pictures to the wrong number, and the recipient is a nine-year-old boy. Then the police get involved.
One statement the boy’s family made stands out to me.
The family says they gave Ty’Ge a cell phone so he and his sister could check in with the family before and after school.
“It was a security blanket,” Moore explained.
Now, they feel their security has been breached and are not sure what to do.
“Do you keep the phone or take the phone?” Moore asked.
Uh, it’s a no-brainer. Let him keep the phone. Weird shit is bound to happen. At least he was smart enough to show the pictures to his family and go “What’s this?” I think he can handle it if you sit him down and talk to him about it. I know it sucks to have to talk to him about this stuff, but it’s going to come sooner or later.
But the guy who sent the pictures is messed up. I mean, they even called him back and said if he didn’t stop texting stuff to the kid, they were calling the police, and he told them to do what they must. Strange guy.