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Teenage Girls Are Arrested For Circulating Their 16-Year-Old Friend’s Sex Tape On Social Media And …

Three teenage girls are arrested for circulating their 16-year-old friend’s sex tape on social media and sending it to her parents

  • Alyssa Nicole Ollervides, 17; Daniela Vasquez, 18; and Abdalys Medellin, 19, have been charged with unlawful disclosure or promotion of intimate material
  • Ollervides has also been charged with sale, distribution or display of harmful material to a minor
  • The victim, 16, told police in Laredo, Texas, that she had consented to appear in the tape with her then-boyfriend but not to its distribution
  • Police say Ollervides sent the tape to the teen and then to Vasquez and Medellin
  • Ollervides also instructed Medellint to send the video to the victim’s parents 

By Mary Kekatos For Dailymail.com

Three teenage girls have been charged after they circulated their friend’s sex tape on social media and sent it to her parents.

Alyssa Nicole Ollervides, 17; Daniela Vasquez, 18; and Abdalys Medellin, 19; were arrested in Laredo, Texas, on Wednesday, for sharing the explicit video of their 16-year-old friend without her consent, reported the Laredo Morning Times.

They all face charges of unlawful disclosure or promotion of intimate material. Ollervides has also been charged with sale, distribution or display of harmful material to a minor.

Abdalys Medellin, 19 (left); Daniela Vasquez, 18 (center): and Alyssa Nicole Ollervides, 17 (right); were charged with unlawful disclosure or promotion of intimate material. Ollervides has also been charged with sale, distribution or display of harmful material to a minor

Abdalys Medellin, 19 (left); Daniela Vasquez, 18 (center): and Alyssa Nicole Ollervides, 17 (right); were charged with unlawful disclosure or promotion of intimate material. Ollervides has also been charged with sale, distribution or display of harmful material to a minor

The three teens obtained a sex tape of a 16-year-old girl and her then-boyfriend (Pictured, Ollervides)
They circulated it on social media before sending it to her parents (Pictured, Medellin)

The three teens obtained a sex tape of a 16-year-old girl and her then-boyfriend and circulated it on social media before sending it to her parents (Pictured, Ollervides, left, and Medellin, right)

The 16-year-old girl told police on February 27 that she had made the video with her then-boyfriend and had consented to be filmed.

Her ex allegedly gave the video to the three teenagers. without her consent, and began sharing the clip on social media, which went viral.

According to the Laredo Morning Times, Ollervides told police that she had sent the video to the victim via cellphone. She then sent the video to Vasquez and to Medellin.

Medellin was then allegedly instructed by Ollervides to send the video to the 16-year-old’s mother.

Court records show that Ollervides and Medellin were arrested on Wednesday and subsequently released on bond. Vasquez was arrested on Thursday and was released after posting bond.

According to KGNS-TV, there is one more arrest pending in the case.

Ollervides (pictured) told police that she had sent the video to the victim via cellphone. She then sent the video to Vasquez and to Medellin
Medellin (pictured) was then allegedly instructed by Ollervides to send the video to the 16-year-old's mother

Ollervides (left) told police that she had sent the video to the victim via cellphone. She then sent the video to Vasquez and to Medellin. Medellin (right) was then allegedly instructed by Ollervides to send the video to the 16-year-old’s mother

Webb County Jail records show that Ollervides was charged in August 2017 with evading arrest in a motor vehicle.

Medellin was also arrested in February 2017 and charged with assault causing bodily injury and possession of marijuana less than two ounces.

As of 2015, it is illegal in Texas to distribute sexually explicit videos or photos of a person without his or her consent.

If convicted, penalties for the crime include up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $4,000.