"It's a very, very trying time that we live in."In addition to the prison term, Majerczyk was also ordered to pay ,700 in restitution to cover counseling services for one undisclosed celebrity victim whose images were disseminated online, although he was not accused of posting any of the images himself.
District Judge Charles Kocoras said cyberattacks like the one orchestrated by Majerczyk are a consequence of living in a world that "inspires secrecy and anonymity and intrusion into the affairs of people's private lives.""The conduct is abhorrent," Kocoras said.
It does not mean that it comes with the territory."Records show agents raided Majerczyk's apartment just a few blocks from Midway Airport on Oct.
I didn't know how this would affect my career," Lawrence told the magazine.
"Just because I'm a public figure, just because I'm an actress, does not mean that I asked for this.
The Wyoming County DA says if kids are chatting with someone who starts asking them for nude pictures, they should end the conversation and tell a parent.
Prosecutors say they don't know if there are any other teenage victims.
He claims when he was chatting with them he was also drinking alcohol and forgot they were underage."That's ridiculous. He portrayed himself as being a 17-year-old on these messaging application sand chat rooms so that's absurd," Mitchell said.
Prosecutors say besides being a wake-up call for parents this case could also be a teaching tool for teens.
Agents seized several desktop and laptop computers, a Mac Book and numerous thumb drives, and external hard drives.
Majerczyk's lawyer, Thomas Needham, has described him as an "intensely private" person.
Escorted by his father, Majerczyk, who was ordered to report to prison Feb. Kocoras said Majerczyk could not be held responsible for the costs to have the images removed but ordered him to pay half of the counseling bill — ,700.