MySpace.com Subject of Sex Assault Probe AP HARTFORD, Conn. (Feb. 3) - Connecticut authorities are investigating whether as many as seven girls have been sexually assaulted by men they met through a popular Web site. MySpace.com allows users to create profiles that can include photos, personal information and even cell-phone numbers. As one police officer puts it, "It is a predator's dream come true." The state attorney general says the site is a "parent's worst nightmare." Middletown detectives are investigating several sexual assaults that might be linked to the site. The girls range in age from 12 to 16. MySpace.com says it's committed to providing a safe environment for its users. Anyone younger than 14 is prohibited from using the site, but the company says it's not always possible to check the ages of users. This has been big news this week on the local news in Connecticut and after watching a story on Dateline tonight seems that this is becoming a very big problem.