Marine Facebook group revenge porn victims speak out

Two women spoke out about their experience dealing with revenge porn after it was revealed that nude photos of many women have been posted on a Facebook group called ‘Marines United.’

Kelsie Stone broke up with her Marine boyfriend in 2016, and not long after received a text from a friend containing screenshots of the photos of her without clothes that had been posted the page.

They were posted by her ex-boyfriend, who she had sent the photos to while they were still dating.

Kelsie Stone (pictured) broke up with her Marine boyfriend in 2016, and not long after received a text from a friend containing screenshots of the photos of her without clothes that had been posted the page

Kelsie Stone (pictured) broke up with her Marine boyfriend in 2016, and not long after received a text from a friend containing screenshots of the photos of her without clothes that had been posted the page

Stone works as a bartender in a town with a lot of Marines, and said she often feels uncomfortable leaving her home because people recognize her from the photos and make comments.

She told Marine Corps Times that people either make suggestive comments, saying that they liked what they saw, or call her a whore for sending them in the first place.

Stone works as a bartender in a town with a lot of Marines, and said she often feels uncomfortable leaving her home because people recognize her from the photos and make comments

Stone works as a bartender in a town with a lot of Marines, and said she often feels uncomfortable leaving her home because people recognize her from the photos and make comments

Stone has also heard that her ex-boyfriend is receiving’brownie points’ with other Marines for his actions.

She has little doubt that what her ex-boyfriend did rises to the level of sexual violence, and is considering moving as a result.

‘Some days I don’t want to leave my house. I grew up a Marine brat and this isn’t the Marine Corps image my dad fought to represent’, she told the Times.

Her mother, Petra McGinnis, told the Times that Stone has been devastated from the fallout, especially because of the recent death of her best friend, who committed suicide.

A second woman, Elle Audra, left the Marine Corps as a corporal in 2010 and is now a model, and believes that nude photos of her were also posted on the Facebook page.

Audra told Marine Corps Times that she receives messages that generally say something like ‘Where wee you when I was in? I would’ve f***** you too?’

She said that the scariest message she received was from a man who said he knew when and where she had deployed, and who asked if she would have sex with him.

Elle Audra (right) said that the scariest message she received was from a man who said he knew when and where she had deployed, and who asked if she would have sex with him

Elle Audra (right) said that the scariest message she received was from a man who said he knew when and where she had deployed, and who asked if she would have sex with him

Audra also said that she advocates for survivors of sexual assaults, and hopes that good can come out of the emerging scandal if it draws attention from officials in Washington.

‘I believe this is a start to a better and safer marine corps’, she told the Times.

The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is investigating a number of Marines who have shared photos of nude women, nude service members, and nude veterans, on the Facebook page.

Victims can contact NCIS online, and Marines can contact their chain of command or local law enforcement, Marine officials have said.

Marine Corps spokesman Major Christian Devine was one of many officials who denounced the online behavior.

He told the Times: ‘People who do this to others, regardless of their proclaimed affiliation to military culture, are cowards. Their actions are inconsistent with the Marine Corps’ values and team building, and it impedes our collective ability to perform our mission and win’.

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