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Alabama Jury Indicted Florida Resident after Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Busted by Police

Alabama Jury Indicted Florida Resident after Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Busted by Police

A Florida man has been indicted by a U.S. District Court on multiple charges connected to the sexual exploitation of children.

A 23-year-old individual named Trevon Lamont Brown is facing multiple charges, including sex trafficking, sexual exploitation of children, coercion and enticement of a minor, and cyberstalking.

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In a disturbing turn of events, a recent indictment reveals that Brown allegedly used force and coercion to manipulate two individuals into participating in commercial sex acts while in Madison County in June of 2023.

According to the documents, there were incidents of sexually explicit conduct involving Brown and an underage person from August to November of 2021, with the purpose of producing videos. According to the indictment, he allegedly forced another minor to participate in sexual exploitation between December 2020 and March 2021.

Brown faces additional charges of cyberstalking, as stated in the indictment, for engaging in harassing and intimidating behavior towards victims on various social apps from December 202 to August 2023.

The case was investigated by HSI Birmingham, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), Clarksville Police Department in Tennessee, and Ocala Police Department in Florida.

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