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Brighton Mom Was Sent Nude Photos, Sex Vid From Her Stolen Phone

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One of the photos sent to Brodsky's Dropbox account from the phone.
One of the photos sent to Brodsky’s Dropbox account from the phone.

A Brighton Beach woman claims that her cell phone was stolen and then used to take nude photos and a sex video, the files of which were automatically sent to her using an online service.

The Daily News reports:

“It seemed like they were getting off after taking the phone,” said the shocked Victoria Brodsky, 39, of the treasure trove of images, which include the man and woman showing it all for the camera. “I would love it if they were caught.”

The married mother of two says she lost her Samsung Galaxy S3 and wallet to pickpockets during an August street fair and later discovered the raunchy pics uploaded to her Dropbox account linked to her pilfered phone.

Brodsky, who lives in Brighton Beach, had planned to forget about the month-old phone, but the sight of the brazen couple’s shameless frolicking makes her want justice.

“It’s one thing to steal, but they’re celebrating,” said Brodsky of the 26 pictures and one pornographic video that showed up in her account between August and September.

Brodsky said she was at the Brighton Beach Jubilee on August 25 when her wallet and cell phone went missing from her purse.

She called the cops to report the theft. Police, though, said she only reported the cell phone as lost, a point Brodksy disputes, saying that the cops pushed her to classify it as lost since she didn’t see anyone take it.

Her phone was synced to her Dropbox account, an online file service to which photos and video from cell phones automatically upload. The photos and video began hitting her Dropbox account a week after the alleged theft.

When she saw them, she wasn’t impressed.

“Sex looks very boring in their house,” she told the News.

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