Madison’s nude photos were posted online. Her twin sister Christine came to help. This begins a bizarre and uneasy story.
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Darknet Diaries is created by Jack Rhysider.
Assembled by Tristan Ledger.
Episode artwork by odibagas.
Mixing by Proximity Sound.
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JACK: Okay, right off the bat, I want to give a content warning. We’re gonna get into some sexually explicit stuff in this episode. We’re gonna talk about nudity and there’s gonna be some swearing, so this episode is for mature listeners. You’ve been warned. Oh, and by the way, I give these warnings because a lot of you tell me you listen with your little kids, which I think is amazing. Hi, kids. But, sorry, kids.