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Jared James Abrahams, a 19-year-old Southern California computer student, is facing federal prison for hacking the webcam of Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf.

Wolf and a dozen other young women worldwide were hacked and blackmailed with the threat of going public with naked pictured he secretly took.

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Abrahams pleaded guilty to four counts of extortion and one count of unauthorized access of a computer. He will serve 27-33 months in federal prison.

Court records show that his victims, which included some minors, were located in Southern California, Maryland, Ireland, Canada, Russia and Moldova.

The plot lasted from early 2012 until June 2013.

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Jared James Abrahams has been arrested in the case involving alleged sextortion photos of Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf and seven other women.

Abrahams, 19, of Temecula, Calif., is believed to have used malicious software to control their computer webcams and tape the women in the nude.

At that point, he allegedly sent them emails threatening to publish the photos of Cassidy Wolf and the other women if they did not send him more.

Abrahams went to great lengths to gain access to the victims’ computers, even creating a VPN to disguise his identity when he sent email threats.

Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf was the most high-profile victim, and allegedly the first target of his attacks, as well as an acquaintance of Abrahams.

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Reigning Miss Teen USA winner Cassidy Wolf is reportedly  involved in a case being investigated by the FBI, following an anonymous threat she received.

The 19-year-old blonde beauty was targeted by an anonymous person who claimed to be in possession of nude photos taken of her from her webcam.

The Orange County, California-based pageant queen said the suspect tried to extort her, demanding money to keep the photos from going public.

A spokeswoman for the FBI's Los Angeles office confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that the investigation is several months old but would not elaborate.

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