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He Stole Her NUDE SELFIES, And Then Sent Her This Mail

He Stole Her NUDE SELFIES, And Then Sent Her This Mail
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We've all been there when we'd leave our laptops in classrooms or library while going to the loo or some other 2-minute business. While it may be safe for us, but something worse than a nightmare happened to a female student Ohio State University when she left her unattended Macbook in the university library.
Things turned nastier with every passing day!

H/T: StarTribune

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27-year-old Demonte Johntrell Latimore is the culprit.

27-year-old Demonte Johntrell Latimore is the culprit.

He spotted an unattended laptop on a library table and wasted no time in stealing it. When he discovered the files and pictures on her laptop, his brain got nasty.

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Then, he sent her an anonymous mail

Then, he sent her an anonymous mail
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"Well you don't know me, but I'm sure I have something you want very badly back. The question is how BAD.....?? Oh yeah, you have a very lovely body," it said.

He hacked into her computer to find her nude pictures and videos of her having sex with her boyfriend

He hacked into her computer to find her nude pictures and videos of her having sex with her boyfriend
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He kept sending her a series of e-mails between Feb. 27 and March 8, demanding cash, threatening to send the images and videos to the university, to porn sites, to social networking sites and the student's friends and family.

He started sending her menacing emails, threatening her that he'd leak her nude pictures

He started sending her menacing emails, threatening her that he'd leak her nude pictures
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"I hope u see the Facebook page I created," read his mail. "This is becus u playin games ... I want my money 2day or the strike 2 is [your] address book ... and don't tell me you aint wiring my [expletive] money bitch...u gonna do what the [expletive] I say or im gonna ruin your [expletive] life...one pic and video at a time."

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Already a convicted falon

Already a convicted falon
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Latimore, 24, already had convictions of burglaries and car thefts, and St. Paul police were looking for him since February in connection with a series of armed robberies.

The FBI caught him soon

The FBI caught him soon
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He is now being held in jail on federal weapons charges without bail granted while authorities investigate him for alleged extortion in connection with the stolen laptop.

People these days

People these days
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