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The National Women’s Coalition Against Violence and Exploitation was shocked to discover that there may be a connection between two missing women in Colorado and the social media site for models named Model Mayhem. Two women, Kara Nichols and Raven Furlong, both had profiles on Model Mayhem and both women have gone missing. The coalition is not directly blaming the site for the disappearance of the two women, but they are citing that both women who use this niche site have gone missing.
Furlong’s family discovered the 17-year-old’s Model Mayhem profile not too long after her February 5th disappearance. Messages between the teen and photographers concerned the family. Photographers were asking the girl if she was of age and if she could take nude photos. Furlong has been classified as a runaway by the police, but Furlong’s family still worries about their child. They received a phone call from the teenager recently where she said that she was safe, but couldn’t talk long. The family reported that she didn’t sound like herself.
Only a few short months before, 19-year-old Nichols went missing. The last time she was seen was on October 9th. She was leaving her home in Colorado Springs for a modeling gig in Denver. Lieutenant Jeff Kramer of El Paso County says that Nichols visited some fashion sites that “involved illicit drugs and pr0stituti0n.” Kelsie Schelling from Denver also disappeared last month after visiting a modeling website called Explore Talent.
A model named Jillian Mourning says she was r@ped by someone claiming to be a manager from Model Mayhem six years ago when she was 19. She says, “He came into my room with three guys, and they (all) proceeded to r@pe me. They took pictures of it, and would even show me pictures of things that I was doing, and videotaped the whole thing.”
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