A male teenager has been arrested and released as police investigate AI-generated nude images using the faces of at least 50 female students from a Victorian high school that have circulated online.

The fake images use the schoolgirls’ faces on AI-generated bodies.

The girls targeted are in years 9 to 12 at Bacchus Marsh Grammar, north-west of Melbourne.

At least 50 female students at Baccus Marsh Grammar have had fake AI-generated nude images of them circulated online.
At least 50 female students at Baccus Marsh Grammar have had fake AI-generated nude images of them circulated online. (9News)

Victoria Police is investigating the circulation of the images, which have been shared on social media apps like Instagram and Snapchat.

Officers are looking at whether the images were sent to a person in the Melton area via an app on June 7.

Police told 9news.com.au this morning a male teen had been arrested and released pending further inquiries.

Bacchus Marsh Grammar said it was aware of the production and circulation of content but not who was responsible.

Police said the investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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