Alone in a hotel room with a man she’d met only half-an-hour earlier, Becky Stevens knew it was too late to back out.
But exercising these risks online can have serious consequences.
Now she wants to help expose the appalling reality of the online traps awaiting teenage girls.
Earlier this month, a 14-year-old boy from Gloucestershire was arrested after posting a porn film on Facebook featuring himself and a girl of the same age.
When the Mail went on to two of the most popular free dating websites, Plenty of Fish and OK Cupid, their true nature quickly became clear.
When we posted pictures of a respectably dressed Daily Mail writer under a false name, the profile attracted more than 70 messages within an hour from men wishing to indulge in sex — cyber or real.
Police warned that such incidents were a growing national problem.