LIKE A LOT of 13-year-old girls, Samantha Chonski enjoyed singing along to her favorite tunes and playing around with her web camera.
One day, as she was logged onto the now-defunct live-streaming site Stickam, the young musician lifted up her shirt on a dare, flashing her breasts for the briefest of moments.
“I was messing around with my friend, and we were just laughing with other kids,” says Chonski. Then she corrects herself. “Or rather, people we thought were other kids.”
Six months later, she received a message on her MySpace page with a screen shot of her exposed body. The sender threatened that he would post the photo to all of her friends and send it to her parents if she didn’t do exactly what he said.
That started a six-hour torture session in front of the webcam that yielded far worse footage.
“He made me do nasty, gross things that little girls don’t
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A headline-making Orange County crime has become an episode of “Web of Lies” on Investigation Discovery.
The episode “Flirting With the Enemy” airs at 9 p.m. Wednesday.
The program focuses on the 2011 murder of Jason Rodriguez, 19, a Valencia College student.
A “Web of Lies” preview noted that Rodriguez was “an instant hit with the ladies and an all-around popular guy with a busy social life and an even more active Facebook profile.”
Online he met a woman named Ty Ann and soon after was dead. He had been shot in the head and neck.
Ty Ann was actually Israel Nieves, who was jealous about a former girlfriend’s relationship with Rodriguez. Nieves created a fake email address and phony Facebook profile to pose as
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