Asha Alahan is left devastated when her naked photos are exposed in next week's Coronation Street.
The traumatised teenager is horrified to discover that a topless video she sent privately has been made public.
Dev's daughter, played by Tanisha Gorey, then starts receiving vile trolling in the hard-hitting new child abuse storyline.
Asha's life is turned upside down when she is encouraged to get back with heartthrob Corey by Rick Neelan's daughter, Kelly.
But jealous Amy also has her eyes on Corey and the former friends become loves rivals.
Amy reveals to Tracy that she has fallen out with Asha over the lad, so she invites them round for pizza and a movie.
But tensions brews when Asha spots Amy having a laugh with Corey - with Kelly fanning the flames.
Amy hosts at party at No.1 behind her parents' backs but it soon snowballs out of control when gatecrashers arrive.
Before it all gets out of hand, Asha confides in Amy that she flashed her boobs for Corey on facetime.
Meanwhile, Corey scrolls through the pictures of Asha on his phone then accidentally smashes one of Tracy’s new lamps.
Furious Amy thinks Kelly is to blame for the broken lamp and the intruders which starts a heated row.
In all the commotion, the naked pictures of Asha are sent from Corey’s phone to the ‘party people’ group chat.
Asha quickly becomes aware of nasty bully Pastel-Blue and her nasty friends staring at her.
But she has no time to address the situation as a furious Dev bursts in and drags drunk Aadi and Asha home.
Tracy and Steve throw the revellers out of the house and order Amy to start clearing up after the police arrive.
Over the road, Asha is horrified when she sees all the messages on her phone and sickened to realise her personal photos have gone viral.
Devastated Asha lies on her bed - but will she tell Dev what she is suffering?
Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, the NSPCC said that Asha's experience is, unfortunately, very common with that of teens across the country.
The charity was previously consulted over Bethany Platt's grooming storyline and, for the past six months, they have been consulting with senior policy officer Alana Ryan over Asha's story.
She said: "We know that a third of all child sexual abuse is perpetrated by peers and this includes non-contact offenses, such as the taking and sharing of sexual images without consent.
“When working with the team at Coronation Street, we really wanted to ensure young viewers understood that taking and sharing photos without permission is never acceptable."
*Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on ITV at 7.30pm