Johnson praised her for her courage in working with police.
Police said she knew one of the victims and was lured to the residence where the sexual assault took place.
In this case, the so-called friend asked this woman if she'd vote for her in a modeling competition. Second message: That email address caused a huge problem with the voting.
The scammer said her chances of winning the modeling competition were ruined.
She was exposed to her family, co-workers and hundreds of friends.
Equally bad, this scammer used her email credentials to break into her other online accounts, including her Apple ID and her Hotmail email account.
Minutes later, this woman was the victim of a blackmail scheme.
The scammer, a man, told her she was "immoral." He had her photos and saw that she had nude images of herself.
In this Facebook Messenger spear-phishing scam, he asked her to perform sex acts on camera for him.
When she refused, he posted an explicit picture of her on Facebook.
Police said Sunday they could arrest as many as five more boys and an adult relative of one of the teenagers.
The girl went missing on March 19 and was lured to a home by one of her attackers.
This spear-phishing scam is taking place on Facebook Messenger and targets individuals like you.