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Angry former boyfriend hacks teacher’s emails and sends nude photos to students

By Mason White 9:22 AM November 3, 2014
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By: Feng Qian
(Scroll down for video) Students and staff members at a high school were horrified to receive nude photos of their teacher.

Now, the teacher’s former boyfriend has been arrested for hacking the email accounts of his former lover and sending nude photos to hundreds of students, teachers and community members.

David Galvan, 38, of California, was frustrated over the breakup and decided to embarrass the teacher publicly.

He allegedly hacked the email account of Richard Rosa, 31, who works as a science teacher at the John Muir High School in Pasadena, California.

He took four shirtless photos, two of which had the teacher’s private parts exposed, and sent them to about 287 people listed on the teacher’s address book, including students, teachers and a school board member. The subject of the email was: “Enjoy.”

Several recipients of the email called police.

“A criminal investigation was launched and detectives learned that Rosa was not responsible for the emails. In fact, he was out of the country at the time the emails were sent,” Pasadena Police Lieutenant Terysa Rojas said.

Further investigations revealed that the emails were sent by Rosa’s estranged partner. When Galvan learned that he was wanted by the police, he fled to Oregon, but was finally arrested in Hillsboro.

He will be extradited to California, to face charges including false impersonation, identity theft, Internet/electronic impersonation and sending obscene photos.