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Georgia officer arrested for posting nude photos of fellow officer

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DeKalb County Police Officer Audrey Francisquini, 24, is accused of posting nude photos of another police officer to social media sites.
DeKalb County Police Officer Audrey Francisquini, 24, is accused of posting nude photos of another police officer to social media sites.


A Georgia police officer is on administrative leave and is facing charges after posting nude photos of an Atlanta Policewoman to Instagram and Snapchat.

24-year-old DeKalb County Officer Audrey Francisquin -who was only hired to the DKPD in April of last year- spent three days in jail and was released on $5,000 bond over the weekend after maliciously posting nude photos she reportedly hacked off the APD officer’s phone.

Police say Francisquin currently faces charges of invasion of privacy by computer, computer trespassing and explicit transmissions. She is currently on administrative leave pending the investigations.

“It was brought to the department’s attention. We took it seriously and investigated,” DKPD spokesman Major Stephen Fore said.

A report obtained by the New York Post shows that Francisquini and the 29-year-old APD officer are “acquaintances,” with the drama unfolding after the Atlanta officer began receiving notifications from friends that intimate photos were circulating on her social media accounts.

The APD officer received messages from Francisquini on December 30 that read: “you ain’t s***“ and “you’re going to learn.”

To her horror, the APD officer could not access her social media accounts.

“She is unaware where this behavior came from and says she talked to this coworker several days prior and everything was okay,” the incident report reads. “[The victim] believes Ms. Francisquini has hacked into her social media account and has posted these pictures.”

The victimized officer told investigators that she could not think of anyone else who would do such a thing, nor why it would have happened in the first place.

 

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