A Georgia cop has been arrested and charged for allegedly posting nude photos of a fellow policewoman to social media.
DeKalb County police officer Andrey Francisquin, 24, was arrested last week after authorities say she put photos on Instagram and Snapchat of a 29-year-old Atlanta cop.
The victim told police she believed Francisquin hacked her social media accounts and somehow had access to photos from her phone. The victim said she first learned what was going on from friends who called to tell her about the explicit photos posted for all to see, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.
According to a police report, the 29-year-old victim told authorities she received messages from the suspect including one that said "you’re going to learn" prior to the posting of the photos.
Cops say the victim told them she has no idea what would have motivated Francisquin to want revenge.
Francisquin spent three days in jail before bonding out Saturday. She stands accused of violating the prohibition on nude or sexually electronic transmission and invasion of privacy by computer and computer trespassing.
According to DeKalb County police, Francisquin was hired this past April. The department said in a statement that she was placed on leave as soon as the allegations arose.
"As soon as the department was notified of the allegations, the officer was immediately placed on administrative leave. The criminal investigation led to three charges. She remains on administrative leave pending the outcome of the internal investigation," the statement read.