By Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline. Thousands of British teenagers are selling their own naked pictures and videos online — making ridiculous sums of money each month in the process, an investigation has found. The use of social media websites like Twitter and Snapchat are also being used to help boost and promote profiles in a bid to earn more cash while making the most successful on the site millionaires in no time. One user named Lauren, from Northamptonshire, spoke to the BBC to reveal how she went on to become one of the British-based website's top earners in the world in a short period of time. British girls are making thousands of pounds selling explicit photos of themselves online, using social media websites like Twitter and Snapchat to boost their earnings. Lauren said: 'You have to be smart — I'm aware this doesn't have longevity.
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Ryan John Butcher, deputy editor of Gay Times Magazine, tweeted a snippet of the article and pointed out previous incarnations of the Doctor who have been naked as well. The character is unique in the fact that rather than dying, the Doctor simply regenerates and becomes a new person. I genuinely hate them. They are actually disgusting. I mean I heard no complaints about that.
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She has pleaded not guilty to all six charges on the indictment. It is thought the sensitive material relates to Ms Maxwell, but it is not known who else might feature. A black book of clients was also discovered, which contained the names of a number of high-profile figures. It appeared on Monday that prosecutors at the Southern District of New York SDNY were blindsided by the filing, noting in response that they had been in discussion on what discovery materials should be made public and only disagreed on two details.
EXCLUSIVE: As more celebs have their iCloud accounts hacked, top showbiz agent warns stars never to allow pictures they might regret being seen in the public domain in future to be taken. A new wave of British celebs have had intimate photos and videos stolen from their iCloud accounts. The latest hack has triggered concerns that they are being targeted by a fresh group of nude-picture freaks. Shalit, 57, has revealed that he warns against compromising videos or pictures using their phones. Ryan Collins, 36, from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was sentenced in to 18 months in jail after he hacked into at least 50 Apple iCloud and 72 Gmail accounts between November and September