First, what's the story?
Perez recently posted and then removed, a paparazzi photo of Cyrus exiting a car in a too-short white dress. The photo seemed to depict the 17-year-old without panties, though other photos taken around the same time indicate she did, indeed, have them on.
How much jail time is Perez likely to get for this possible child porn? Um...
... likely, none, criminal defense attorney Christopher Leibig says.
"This one image of a 17-year-old, even if it were technically child porn, is not a very big child porn case," Leibig said. "Usually child pornography cases involve multiple images, including children being photographedâ€”in a private setting and performing sexual actsâ€”by perpetrators for profit."
The Cyrus photo, while a little too invasive, may not meet that standard, especially for a prosecutor, Leibig explains. Yes, if Perez, a.k.a. Mario Lavandeira, knowingly posted a photo of Cyrus exposing her nether parts, that could technically qualify as a crime punishable by 10 to 15 years hard time, Leibig says.
"But it just doesn't reach the same evil that these laws were intended to prohibit," Liebig adds. In fact, he says, most prosecutors probably wouldn't be interested in pursuing Perez.
When will chicks learn how to exit a car when wearing something skimpy like that? Or at least check for flashbulbs going off first.
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