When Luna’s ex-boyfriend confronted her about it, she allegedly admitted to the crime.
KABB reported that, according to an interview with the ex-boyfriend, Luna posted the photos with her mother's help.
The ex-boyfriend said that she posted the photos because she wanted to shame the victim for the break-up, which she thinks is the other woman’s thought.
As these sorts of instances become more common, states have put so-called "revenge porn" laws in place that could mean hard time for offenders. Texas also has an online impersonation law that makes it illegal to post messages online while posing as another person. If Luna is indicted, prosecutors may decide to pursue that charge as well.
Luna was arrested on suspicion of unlawful disclosure of intimate material, which is a felony. KENS reported that Luna is currently out of jail on a personal recognizance bond.