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Disgraced former Illinois legislator charges in revenge accused on crimes-porn-case

Nick Sauer, a former Illinois legislator, has been indicted on a dozen felony charges of allegedly posting Nude photos of two women.
(Chicago Sun-Times, via AP)

A former Illinois legislator has been indicted on a dozen felony charges of allegedly posting Nude photos of two women.

Former state Rep., Nick Sauer was on Thursday, just a day after the indictment was brought against him in the “revenge porn” case.

To keep Lake County Associate judge Paul D. Novak ordered, pissed off instead of $30,000 bail. The former MP was released after the release bond.

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Oxygen charges was arraigned on 12 crimes on Wednesday for allegedly creating fake social media accounts in an effort to the dissemination of Nude photographs of two women reported that without their consent, WGNTV.

The Grand Jury stated in the indictment, he “intentionally” in the photos. He is 36 years in prison.

The judge ordered Sauer to have no contact with the victim. He did not speak in court, while his lawyers, Daniel Locallo, and Steve Landis, comments to the media.

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The first term, the Republican state representative who is also a member of the Illinois house anti-sexual harassment task force, resigned in August after an ex-girlfriend accused him of the publication of naked photos of her on social media.

The ex-girlfriend spoke with, both Politically and said he set up a fake Instagram account with your name and posted sexual private photos of her without her consent. The outlet has at this time, that you filed a complaint with the authorities.

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In his letter of resignation, sour, said he was retiring “as a result of the allegations of … an Ex-girlfriend.”

“My ability to fulfill my duties as a state representative and officials concerned, the distraction of dealing with these allegations,” he added.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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