Brittany Champagne: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Brittany Champagne

Brittany Champagne pictured on her Facebook page.

Worse than a parent’s worst nightmare. A Utah mother, Brittany Champagne, found photos of her 8-year-old daughter on porn websites. The photos of Champagne’s child were apparently hacked via Instagram and her Facebook page. Now she’s going public in the hope that this doesn’t happen again to an innocent child.

Here’s what you need to know about this sick incident:


1. The Photos Appeared on a Fake Instagram Account for a Bisexual 11-Year-Old Girl

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In an interview with KUTV, Brittany Champagne explained that she discovered on April 29 that old Facebook photos from a previous account were showing up on Instagram. The pics were linked to a bizarre account that posed as a bisexual 11-year-old girl. The leaked photos were of Champagne’s 8-year-old daughter. Perhaps even more shockingly, her 9-month-old son was also featured in the photos. Tagged in the photos were “at least 11 porn sites,” according to Champagne.


2. She Says She’ll Never Post Photos of Her Family Online Again

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(Facebook)

She told KUTV that she’ll stop posting photos of her family on social media and certainly won’t be posting any photos of her daughter. Heavy.com has discovered that the photos of Champagne’s daughter are still available online through the old Facebook page that she says she no longer uses.


3. Local Police Have Said That They Don’t See That a Crime Has Been Committed

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The Unified Police Department in Utah don’t think this is a crime. (Facebook)

In a statement to CNN via the Las Vegas Review Journal, the Unified Police of Salt Lake City said that it doesn’t appear that a crime has been committed in this incident. Champagne and her military partner live in the community of Riverton, Utah, just outside of Salt Lake City.


4. Consumer Reports Want You to Check Your Facebook Exposure

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(Facebook)

On ConsumerReports.org, there are helpful tips about avoiding hacker pervs. Specifically, there is a function that allows you to view your page as a regular user so you can see what your non-friends see if they find there way on to your Facebook page.


5. In 2013, She Railed Against People Judging Her Parenting on Facebook

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(Facebook)

On her benign Facebook page, Champagne wrote in 2013 “So irate by people and their inability to mind their own business! Hate when others judge another’s lifestyle or standards because the are not the same as their own…” Later in the thread on the comment, she wrote “Parenting and others views on how it should be done somehow become everyones business.” Two days later, she wrote on her page “Go ahead and act like mom of the year on Facebook but don’t forget some of us know you in real life!” Online records show that Champagne filed for divorce in 2007. In 2004, she was found guilty of shoplifting.