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Cody Wilson, the Texas man behind the controversial 3-D printed gun, is accused of sexually assaulting a young woman, according to a police statement obtained by Fox News.
Austin police said they conducted a forensic interview at the end of August with a boy who said that she was sexually abused by Wilson after a meeting with him on SugarDaddyMeet.com the declaration stated.
Wilson was not arrested in connection with the allegation of the afternoon.
Young told the police that they are connected with a person using the name of the profile “Sanjuro” and who identified himself as “Cody Wilson.” She told the police that Wilson told her that he was a “big deal”, according to police documents.
The statement gives not the victim of the age, only identifying her as a “young woman under the age of 17 years.”
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During the forensic interview, the victim told the police that she and Wilson exchanged cell phone numbers and further talks with the Apple iMessage service on their phone. They allegedly arranged to meet Aug. 15, 2018 in the parking lot of Bennu Coffee in Austin.
Court documents state Wilson showed up to the parking lot in a black Ford Edge sports utility vehicle. The police said that the license plate seen on the surveillance video corresponds to one of the vehicles that are registered to Wilson’s business, Defense Distributed.
The victim told the police she was in the car and they drove to the Archer Hotel. Surveillance cameras allegedly caught the two the hotel offers valet service in the lobby and an elevator (lift). They were also allegedly spotted on the seventh floor, where the rooms are.
Young told police the two went to room 718, where Wilson allegedly sexually assaulted her. Then she said, he paid her $500 to drive her to a Whataburger restaurant.
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Wilson made headlines this summer for defying a federal court, and the sale of blueprints to be found, 3-D printed firearms. He told Fox News in July the weapons are “mostly curiosities” and that the “large” and “thick” characteristics of the weapons would help identify them.
“I doubt seriously that it is a real problem,” he added. “If it is a problem, then the [security] standards will have to change.”
Fox News’ Christopher Carbone contributed to this report.
Lucia I. Suarez Sang a Reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow her on Twitter @luciasuarezsang