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A Pennsylvania mother allegedly sent deepfake photos and video of her teenage daughter's cheerleading rivals depicting them naked, drinking and smoking to their coaches in a bid to get them kicked off the team, the Hilltown Township Police Department said. Raffaela Spone, 50, allegedly sent the manipulated photos and video to at least three of her daughter's teammates and their coaches on the cheerleading team, the Victory Vipers, in Chalfont, Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub's office mom sent nudes, according to the The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Spone was arrested on March 4 and is charged with three counts of cyber harassment of and three counts of harassment, according to Hilltown Township police. An attorney for Spone could not be immediately identified. There's no indication that her high school-aged daughter knew what her mother was doing, the report said citing court records.
One victim's parents contacted Hilltown Township police in July saying the girl received harassing text messages from an anonymousper The Philadelphia Inquirer's reporting. The girl and her coaches were sent photos that appeared to depict her naked, drinking and smoking a vape pen, according to police. Her parents told police because they feared the videos could lead to her daughter being kicked off the team, the paper reported.
Two more families came forward saying their daughters received similar messages, according to the Inquirer. Those victims were sent photos of themselves in bikinis, according to the report. Police determined the videos were deepfakes -- digitally altered images that appear to be authentic. The images were created by mapping the girls' social media photos onto other images, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. In the investigation, police traced the phone s the girls received harassing messages from, which led them to a website that sells s to telemarketers.
They followed the data to an IP address, police said, which showed activity from within Spone's Chalfont home. Detectives searched Spone's smartphone and found evidence linking her to the s used to send the harassing texts and images, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. Victory Vipers told ABC News they cooperated with the police investigation, have a "very strict anti-bullying policy" and "all athletes involved, are no longer apart of our program.
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