The report comes days after an explosive New York Times article about a history of sexual harassment dating back decades from the head of Weinstein Co.
Karlsen said Weinstein’s behavior was allowed to go on for so long because of a “culture of fear.”“"We all have to ask ourselves — those of us who knew — why do we feel unable and un-empowered to do something?
“Listen, we simply made this page for something kids can look at and have a good laugh,” the unknown account owner told the Daily News via direct message on Friday.
“The pictures we post are pictures we are being sent.” The account also makes veiled references to rape and sexual assault on several occasions, including one image of an unconscious girl with a sign advertising free acts with her.
“Often times when a kid drinks too much his or her friends will leave them and the kid will die from alcohol poisoning.” The teens add fuel to the firestorm by submitting photos from their wild bashes — all of the racy and startling photos were sent via direct message, the administrator said.
“If kids had a problem with these photos they wouldn't of sent them to us, and if they did they should of contacted us,” the owner said, noting that they honor removal requests.
(Photo by Jim Spellman/Wire Image)NEW YORK, NY - MAY 4: Harvey Weinstein speaks at International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children 2017 Gala for Child Protection at Gotham Hall on May 4, 2017 in New York City.