Anne Arundel Woman Files $32 Million Suit Surrounding Child Porn

| May 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

child-pornography2In a story broken by ABC 2 News’ Joce Sterman, an Anne Arundel County woman has filed a $32 million dollar lawsuit against more than 100 plaintiffs who viewed pornographic images of her children which were taken by her former husband and a friend.

The images were widely circulated as part of a child porn series known as “DKNY” or “YKND”.  The lawsuit, according to Steve Kelly (her attorney), is based upon a federal statute known as “Masha’s Law”.  The statute was enacted in 2009 as a way to break down the growing market for child porn by imposing civil penalties on those who create, trade and view it.

You can read the entire lawsuit here.

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