HOUSTON – A woman is accused of sending nude photos of her ex-boyfriend's girlfriend to many of the woman's friends and family members.
Kaitlyn Elizabeth Wriggle, 23, is charged with improper photography and promotion.
The victim said she was contacted by multiple friends and family members on Feb. 14, who asked why she had sent them explicit photos of herself. She said she had no idea what they were talking about.
On that day, however, the victim and her boyfriend had just moved out of the boyfriend's mother's home.
The couple was forced to leave behind a cellphone that the mother had purchased because she would not let them take it. On that cellphone were explicit images of the girlfriend, according to court documents.
Wriggle, who once dated the victim's boyfriend, was also friends with the mother. The boyfriend's mother said Wriggle came over to the house to help her clean out the room, which had been vacated by the son and his new girlfriend, investigators said.
The mother said Wriggle apparently got the phone and sent out the photos, without the mother having any prior knowledge of it.
Investigators said Wriggle confessed to sending out the photos, but she said the mother knew and encouraged her to do it. Wriggle said the mother urged her to send the nude photos out as revenge because she felt the new girlfriend had turned her son against her.
Wriggle said the mother also asked her to "take the fall" for sending out the photos because the mother was already facing legal trouble, according to court documents.
Wriggle was booked into the Harris County Jail and her bond was set at $5,000.