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Former Northeastern track coach accused of tricking athletes into sending nude photos

April 7, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A former Northeastern University coach used a phony "body development study" to trick student-athletes into sending him nude photos, officials allege.

At times, he was observed “scrolling through” the phones, officials said. Waithe allegedly engaged in a scheme to dupe female Northeastern University track and field athletes into sending him nude or semi-nude photos of themselves.

He allegedly asked for additional nude or semi-nude photos that he could purportedly use for “reverse image searches. ” According to court documents, Waithe told the alleged victims: "You have to share with me basically every picture you have that you wouldn’t want on the internet which I know is uncomfortable but that’s the only way I can search them. "Officials allege he also cyberstalked one female Northeastern student-athlete through messages sent via social media, an anonymized phone number and intrusion into her Snapchat account.

At times, he was observed “scrolling through” the phones, officials said. Waithe allegedly engaged in a scheme to dupe female Northeastern University track and field athletes into sending him nude or semi-nude photos of themselves.

He allegedly asked for additional nude or semi-nude photos that he could purportedly use for “reverse image searches. ” According to court documents, Waithe told the alleged victims: "You have to share with me basically every picture you have that you wouldn’t want on the internet which I know is uncomfortable but that’s the only way I can search them. "Officials allege he also cyberstalked one female Northeastern student-athlete through messages sent via social media, an anonymized phone number and intrusion into her Snapchat account.

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