CINCINNATI -- Police and officials at a Cincinnati-area high school say hundreds of students may have been involved in recent cases of "sexting."
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports on recent investigations into cases at Madeira High School of students circulating photos of nude or sexually involved students on their cellphones.
In January, officers confiscated up to eight cellphones belonging to high school students that had videos on them made by a male student who has since been expelled.
In a second investigation, an official estimated that "hundreds" of Madeira students and possibly others outside the school had received or circulated pictures of naked female students.
In the January case, the student has been charged with a felony count of disseminating sexually explicit material to minors. His attorney says he's not guilty.
The Associated Press