Arizona Woman Arrested For Placing Ex-Boyfriend's Nude Photos On Display At Children's Elementary School
You could've just sent him a long text like the rest of us, sis.
An Arizona woman is facing harassment charges for placing nude photos of her ex-boyfriend at his elementary school.
Deborah Britton originally denied the accusation, yet when lab results showed her fingerprints were on the pictures, she finally fessed up to the crime.
The pictures were first reported to the Chandler Police by the victim in September who was adamant it was Britton because he said he only sent the pictures to her.
The images were taped on the inside of a fence at Hull Elementary School in clear view of any student or faculty member of the school. The pictures showed the victim's face and body.
On Nov. 14, Britton was arrested on an unrelated warrant and reportedly told authorities her fingerprints weren't on the pictures because she had nothing to do with the pictures.
On Dec. 11, DNA results proved her prints were indeed on the images.
Britton turned herself in about a week later and was charged with one count of harassment by communication and one count of unlawful distribution of images featuring nudity.
She is due back in court on January 2nd.