Felipe Jesus Duron, 21, of Atascosa, has been arrested on federal warrants charging production of child pornography, coercion and enticement of a minor, receipt of child pornography and possession of child pornography after investigators learned he coerced a year-old girl into sending him nude photos of herself, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Wednesday. Federal and state officers arrested Duron on Oct. The girl was also forced into online sex acts with other males that Duron recorded, Paxton said. Skip to content.
With summer in full swing, it's natural to want to shed your layers, especially when temperatures hover near Go Topless , an international topless advocacy group, says Texas is one of 36 states where "top freedom is in effect," or where no laws directly prohibit public toplessness. Austin is the only city in Texas to pass the "topless test," according to gotopless. In San Antonio women who go topless in public can be arrested under one of three penal codes, public lewdness , indecent exposure or disorderly conduct if it appears the public could be offended by the display, a representative from the San Antonio Police Department said. None of the codes specifically mention going shirtless, only public intercourse or the displaying of genitalia is mentioned. McFaddin beach in Galveston is an "unofficial nude beach," where going topless is allowed, since it's secluded and the local police will only enforce conduct laws if a complaint is made.
By Snejana Farberov For Dailymail. Authorities in Louisiana have charged a woman with close to criminal counts after they say she traveled to Texas to mail numerous nude photos depicting two men to more than two dozen people. Sarah Pharis, 32, from Sulphur, was initially arrested on December 28 and charged with counts of non-consensual disclosure of a private image after her colleague told police that she had sent degrading letters about him to at least 30 recipients.
As states push to criminalize the sharing of intimate photos to get revenge on former sex partners, Texas is teaming with Bumble to crack down on people who send unsolicited nude images on dating apps and elsewhere in cyberspace. The new Texas law banning so-called cyber flashing comes after state Rep. Morgan Meyer of Dallas collaborated with the Austin-based social and dating application company to shepherd a bill earlier this year. It wasn't a criminal offense - although it was definitely digital sexual harassment. The law set to take effect Saturday forbids what is often characterized as technology-enabled sexual harassment.