'I think they should have to say sorry to every girl they put on there'

'I think they should have to say sorry to every girl they put on there'
YAKIMA, Wash. -- KIMA follows up on the controversial cyber bullying Facebook page called '509 hoes exposed.' The page humiliated teenage girls online.

It only took 24 hours for the page '509hoesexposed' to be removed from Facebook. But, it took even less time for copycats to create new ones.

'509hoesareexposed (comedy)' went online Friday. Similar name, but much different content. There are no photos or Yakima girls faces.

'509hoesexposed.com' is a web page that promises much worse. The site is under construction. It has a tag line, 'hope your not next' and an email address to send in pictures. It may be a scare tactic, but it's working.

"I'm scared that they'll put my picture up there," said one Yakima teen. "That would ruin my reputation."

Yakima police are now closer to naming a suspect behind the original site. With one more search warrant to the service provider, detectives will have an IP address and name.

Yakima Police Captain Rod Light said they will go after all copycats as long as the department receives information about the copycats and an identifiable victim wants to file a report as a victim.

Other Facebook pages have sprung up defending the young girls who've been 'exposed.' The creators of '509 hoes is pathetic' post stories about other cyber bullying arrests and somber stories of bullied teens committing suicide.

The main page is down,but the damage is done. Some still say an arrest and an apology would make a difference.

"I think they should have to say sorry to every girl they put on there," said another Yakima teen.

There's no statement of any kind from the Yakima School District about the site. However, a lot of teachers say they'll use this as a lesson and possibly organize an assembly on cyber bullying.