WARNING: This article contains details of sexual extortion and may affect those who have experienced it or know someone affected by it.
A B.C. RCMP officer testified Monday in the trial of the Dutch man accused of sexually extorting Amanda Todd that the Port Coquitlam teenager wanted the harassing messages she was receiving to stop.
Const. Robin Sedgman told B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster that she met with Todd and her parents on several occasions in 2011 because of the messages the teen was receiving through her social media accounts.
“She wanted it to go away. She wanted it to stop.”
Todd took her own life
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