Sextortion Case Revelation
The other day, in a post entitled Reality Round-Up: Sex and the Naked Truth, I wrote about Jared James Abrahams, a 19-year-old from Temecula, California who was recently arrested for hijacking the webcams of young women, taking nude photos without their knowledge and using these photos to extort even more revealing material later.
In a shocking new development—well, it’s not all that shocking, just interesting—it seems that Wolf actually knew Abrahams from high school. They rarely crossed paths, of course—he was a computer geek and I assume she was the homecoming queen or at least a popular chick (true to high school cliques and all… John Hughes would be so proud)—but they were at least familiar with one another.
I imagine the nerdy young man passing the gorgeous cheerleader (or whatever) in the hallway. She would be surrounded by shallow friends—maybe some kind of jock boyfriend—while he would be more-or-less invisible… a pimply faced dork with stars in his eyes for the unattainable beauty that floats past him, a trail of perfumed loveliness trailing behind her.
The nude photos and extortion were obviously Abrahams’ ways of lashing out after languishing for so long, in love with a woman he could never attain.
I am curious what he did with the photos and videos he extorted from these unfortunate women. If they met his terms and surrendered naughtier material, did he keep his word and actually keep it secret? Were the nude pictures used as tools while he was polishing his tool, if you catch my drift?
Inquiring minds want to know—I want to know.
At any rate, I do know that Wolf knew Abrahams and Abrahams knew Wolf, who didn’t know much about him at the time.
How confusing was that sentence? My bad.
What all of this does prove is what any law enforcement official can tell you: most crimes are committed by someone you know.
Great. That certainly is reassuring…
Posted on September 29, 2013, in Perspectives and tagged California, Cassidy Wolf, commentary, Crime and Justice, current-events, Federal Bureau of Investigation, John Hughes, Miss Teen USA, news, perspectives. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.