FORMER RAMONA RESIDENT CROWNED MISS TEEN USA; REVEALS "SEXTORTION" THREAT

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By Miriam Raftery

August 16, 2013 (Ramona) – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating ""sextortion" threats allegedly made against 19 people including Cassidy Wolf, a former Ramona contestant who won the title Miss Teen USA on Saturday. 

According to NBC Today Show’s website, Wolf said she received an anonymous e-mail several months ago from a blackmailer who claimed to have stolen images from the webcam on her home computer.  The hacker reportedly threatened to publish the images unless Wolf would provide nude photos.

Wolf lived in Ramona for 14 years before moving to Temecula. She aspires to attend San Diego State University and study for a career in broadcast journalism. Recently she has been speaking in schools to educate other teens on the risks of cyber-stalking. 

The competition was held in the Bahamas; video can be viewed at www.missteenusa.com.