Shelton woman denies posting intimate images on social media – Connecticut News

Shelton woman denies posting intimate images on social media – Connecticut News


A woman who was arrested for allegedly posting intimate images of another woman on social media denies she did so, but claims the photos were sent to her by the alleged victim, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

Rose Prokop, 20, of Country Place, Shelton, was arrested July 26 and charged with unlawfully disseminating intimate images, court documents state.

The woman in the photos and Prokop had been friends for several years, but had not been getting along over the past few months due to an argument over money, the warrant affidavit says. The woman claimed Prokop had been harassing her for money, but alleged she did not owe Prokop money and, therefore, refused to pay.

Meanwhile, Prokop asserted she had paid off a debt for the woman, but now the woman allegedly did not want to repay her.

The woman said she received text messages from friends on May 30 that Prokop had allegedly posted four nude photos of her on Facebook without her permission. Prokop confirmed the woman never gave her permission to post those pictures, police said.

The woman in the pictures claimed she did not know how Prokop got the photos as she never sent them to Prokop, believing Prokop stole them while using her phone. However, Prokop asserted she never used the woman’s phone and did not steal them, police said.

Prokop claimed the woman would routinely send her intimate images and ask her to send them to other people.

The woman allegedly did this to hide the images from her mother, who routinely checked her phone. Prokop claimed she had approximately 10 intimate pictures of the woman on her phone.

Prokop confirmed the intimate images posted on her Facebook account were of…

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