TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida senator’s disturbing and personal story about nude images stolen from her and traded and sold online led to the passage of a bill Tuesday that aims to prevent future victims.
The bill passed unanimously in the House and now goes to Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. It was sponsored by Democratic Sen. Lauren Book, who became the victim of an extortion attempt by a Broward County teenager who threatened to release images stolen from her. During the investigation, she learned the images, including video of her