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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A series of Facebook pages that parents call cyber bullying have been created that show teenage girls in Fort Collins and posts about illegal and sexual acts.

One of the pages is called “Warning: Nasty chicks of Foco” and shows photos of girls from area high schools.

“We here at Nasty Chicks of Foco bring you the nastiest whores to stay away from,’ the page says. The page was made about 24 hours ago and has 580 likes.

Many of the comments on the photos are from friends defending that person’s reputation and attacking the page’s creator.

One commenter, Nancy, on the page wrote “Creator of this page, how proud your mothers must be. Hope you don’t have any sisters.”

Another wrote, “Get a life, and stop ruining other people’s just for your sick kicks.”

The Fort Collins Coloradoan reported the page is one of several that have been created in the past two days. Another called “Fossil Chicks” showed students in bikinis and other revealing photos from the girls’ profiles.

The page was deactivated Saturday night. Facebook said it violated its terms of use, the newspaper reported.

A third site called “Impala Confessions” has no photos but encourages people to post anonymously about illegal and sexual acts at Poudre High School.

A fourth site called “FRHS Beautiful Girls” appeared Monday that appears to be a response to Fossil Chicks. The creator told the Coloradoan he wanted to create a page that encourages people to compliment others.

The Poudre School District said it is aware of the pages’ existence and is investigating them along with law enforcement.

You can watch more on this story on FOX31 Denver news at 9 p.m.