For months, dozens of female University of Miami medical students posted mundane photos of themselves to Facebook and social media: car selfies, pics with friends at bars and the beach, even images of them in their graduation gowns.
Little did they know, their photos were being copied and uploaded to creepy sex websites, some for foot-fetish fans, others for men who masturbate while viewing images of everyday women — while sometimes photographing themselves doing so.
The suspect, a male University of Miami medical student, has been suspended pending an internal investigation.
The medical school, citing federal laws protecting student privacy, declined to address questions about Zhang.
Eventually, she blocked Zhang from all of her social media and the school’s administration warned him to leave her alone, the petition said. Tap the Lichtenstein-esque image of a screaming lady and the word bubble populates your text message in a postcard-like note.Type in a message, select a theme—everything from "love" to "night" to "upset"—and Social Status Free spits back dozens of background image options.Miami-Dade courts last week issued temporary restraining orders mandating Zhang keep away from the two women.The Herald is not identifying them to protect their privacy.