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It's called "sexting," and 4% of cell-owning teens say they've done it.

About 15% of teens also say they've gotten "sexts." Remember -- once you hit send, that picture belongs to the person on the other end of the phone.

He gave her all the attention she wasn't getting from her family.

Soon, Amanda says he began enticing her to leave her house in rural Illinois to visit him in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Amanda Randolph says she was just 15 when she "met" a 44-year-old man in an online chat room. "I was telling him that basically my home life sucked because of my older sister.

Many years later, Amanda found out that the man had kidnapped and sexually assaulted another 15-year-old girl. Now that she's 26, Amanda can't believe how naïve she was to agree to meet a strange man she'd met online. But at the time, I didn't think anybody was out to hurt me," she says.

One of the biggest problems teens have online is TMI (too much information).

"At a young age, people are not very savvy about managing information.

"And that's where the real harm can be done." Don't think sexts are safe in the hands of someone you trust, either. Soon, kids were yelling "whore" and "slut" as Hope walked down the hallways at school, and also posted cruel comments about her online, according to media reports. "Kids may think it's funny to send a picture of a 14-year-old girl topless that she meant for her boyfriend.

In 2009, middle school student Hope Witsell sent a topless picture of herself to her boyfriend. But for the girl who took the picture, it can be humiliating and horrible," Wolak says."The kids who get drawn into these relationships tend to be kids who are really longing for romance and love." Most teens are perfectly safe online.