The case on Brock Turner keeps getting scarier.
On Saturday, The Telegraph reported that the Stanford student who was convicted of raping a young woman may have sent lewd photographs of the victim during the attack.
The site posted a document of 'Cell Phone Extraction' that says after Turner's arrest in January 2015, detectives found a text message in the 'Group Me' app on his phone. The message apparently read, "Whose t-ts are those?" from a potential friend.
Photos of the victim's breasts, however, were not found on the phone although they could've been deleted.
Odds are likely that Turner could have sent a photo like this since the victim's bra had been pulled off one of her breasts, plus the timing seemed convenient.
Turner was sentenced to six months behind bars. He was a swimmer at Stanford who has now been banned for life from USA Swimming.
The site mentioned that a petition with more than one million signatures was created to recall the judge for giving Turner a light sentence.
This case has led into massive outrage from the public especially when the defendant's father wrote a letter that was lenient towards his son.
"His every waking minute is consumed with worry, anxiety, fear, and depression," Dan wrote via Washington Post. "You can see this in his face, the way he walks, his weakened voice, his lack of appetite. Brock always enjoyed certain types of food and is a very good cook himself. I was always excited to buy him a big ribeye steak to grill or get his favorite steak for him...now he barely consumes any food and eats only to exist."
The victim wrote a long and detailed letter about her assault and the frightening aftermath of what she went through. Read it here.