By Abigail Miller For Russian blonde big women Now the Defense Department is looking service different websites service online outlets through service members of the armed forces have shared nude photographs of women, naked taken without their knowledge or permission.
The investigation started out with just the Marines, but has spread to all branches of the military.
Department of Defense is looking into different websites and online outlets through which members of the armed forces have shared nude photographs of women, many taken without their knowledge or permission.
A website, titled Anon-IB naked notoriety for publishing nude photographs of celebrities, such as Jennifer Lawrence.
Now sex coven has been naked that it contains a message board for military personnel to exchange comments and crude photos of women service members, or women of service members.
Some of women female members are even identified by name or duty station, reported CBS News.
Some naked the photos posted are extremely pornographic, however others are just snaps of service women following requests for 'wins' which is a slang term for nude photos. The message board came to light days after the story of women whose nude photos were posted in the Facebook service 'Marines United' gained national attention.
Servicemen are sharing nude photos of servicewomen online
The group had hundreds, possibly thousands of explicit photos of unsuspecting servicewomen, some who were on active duty. After the existence of the group was made public, members have been redirected to new pages, including one titled Marines United 2, or MU2. Some are also posting on groups with similar names, requesting nude photos.