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A You Tube star with hundreds of thousands of teenage followers online is facing child pornography charges for allegedly instructing two young female fans to send him sexually explicit videos.
Austin Jones appeared Tuesday in a Chicago federal court wearing orange jail clothes and ankle chains. Each of the two counts of production of child pornography carries a minimum 15-year prison sentence. Court documents posted online detail the allegations against the 24-year-old made in a report from a Homeland Security Special Agent.
The first girl, identified as 'Victim A', began chatting to Jones on Facebook in May this year.
CHICAGO – Singer and social media star Austin Jones is facing two counts of producing child pornography for allegedly persuading underage girls to send him videos of themselves performing sexual acts, according to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday.
Originally of suburban Bloomingdale, Illinois, the 24-year-old Jones is popular on social media and particularly on You Tube, where he has over 500,000 subscribers. His cover versions of popular songs posted to You Tube have millions of views.
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In one exchange outlined in the complaint, Jones reportedly told a 14-year-old "that she needed to 'prove' that she was his biggest fan" by sending explicit videos.
Jones previously came under fire on social media in 2015 after another You Tube star called him out for asking his fans to send him "twerking" videos.
Federal prosecutors are expected to argue he's a flight risk at his bond hearing Wednesday.