Teen porn website listed on B.C. politician's site

The website of Linda Reid, British Columbia's deputy speaker and the B.C. Liberal Member of the Legislative Assembly for Richmond East, includes the web address of a teen porn site.

Reid's personal campaign website and Facebook page both list her site with a lindareid.com address, though her site is actually a lindareid.ca address. The discrepancy is likely a typo.

The .com website, actually called Teen Flesh, is plastered with images of what appear to be teenage girls engaged in hardcore sex acts. Reid has no affiliation with lindareid.com

On Wednesday, the MLA said she was frustrated and seemed to believe that she was the victim of a hack.

"We will certainly get to the bottom of it," she told CBC News. "There's no way in the world we'd want to give anyone any notoriety for hacking into websites."

The .com website was registered using domainsbyproxy.com, which specializes in hiding website's registered owners.

In addition, Elections B.C. says Reid's .ca website doesn’t contain any financing authorization, which is in violations of the Election Act, and the agency plans to contact Reid’s campaign office.

But Reid said she was unaware of any problems and on Wednesday afternoon, had yet to hear from Elections B.C.

Reid, the B.C. Liberals' longest serving MLA, was first elected to the legislature in 1991.

The news comes just one day after B.C.’s provincial election campaign officially started — but it’s not the first scandal to hit the campaign.

On Tuesday, as the writ was dropped in the legislature, Kelowna-Mission NDP candidate Dayleen van Ryswyk was forced to resign after controversial comments aimed at First Nations and the French-Canadian Community were made public.

B.C.’s next provincial election is on May 14.

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