Politics | July 12, 2017 3:54 pm

Marine Corps Faces Another Nude Photo Scandal

Newly surfaced revenge porn photos raise further questions.

Marines Suffer Brand-New Controversy With New Revenge Porn Leak
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Just yesterday, you read about the investigative journalist and former Marine who exposed the Marine Corps’ “Marines United” Facebook group, which shared thousands of revenge porn pictures of fellow servicewomen.

A new batch of revenge porn photos and videos have been discovered—including one of an unconscious woman, who is pictured naked, according to the Daily Beast. In all, there were 3,863 videos and photos discovered.

The photos were last week posted to a DropBox, “Girls of MU,” and shared in an all-new private Facebook group called “Mike Uniform.”

Included in the cache are explicit sex videos of former Marine Kally Wayne, whose videos also showed up on Marines United and another similar Facebook group. Wayne accused her ex-boyfriend, also a Marine, of uploading the video without her consent on ABC News.

Per the Daily Beast, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service was made aware of the new cache of photos and videos on Friday and wrote in a statement to the publication, “Marine Corps, with the support of NCIS, continues to identify, investigate, and hold accountable those who violate our policies and standards. We take all allegations of misconduct seriously. Disrespect, in any form, will not be tolerated.”