A Pennsylvania mother purportedly sent deepfake photographs and video of her teenage daughter’s cheerleading rivals portraying them stripped, drinking and smoking to their mentors in a bid to get them started off the group, the Hilltown Township Police Department said.
Triumph Vipers disclosed to ABC News they helped out the police examination, have a “exacting enemy of tormenting strategy” and “all competitors included, are not, at this point separated of our program.”
“Triumph Vipers has consistently advanced a family climate and we are upset for all people included. We have very grounded approaches, and a severe enemy of harassing strategy in our program,” mentors Mark McTague and Kelly Cramer said. “At the point when this occurrence became obvious last year we quickly started our own inward examination and made the suitable move at that point. This episode occurred outside of our rec center.”