Convicted child sex offender back in court after being charged with possession of AI-generated child pornography

Convicted child sex offender back in court after being charged with possession of AI-generated child pornography


The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Connecticut published a press release on Monday related to a man being charged with child exploitation offenses related to artificial intelligence-generated child pornography.

Travis Tilley, 40, originally from Naugatuck, appeared in New Haven federal court on Monday after he was charged with the receipt of possession of child pornography. It appears that this is not the first time Tilley has had a run-in with authorities related to child exploitation crimes.

“The penalties in this matter are enhanced because of Tilley’s prior state convictions.”

The Daily Caller reported that state probation officers who were responsible for supervising Tilley as he transitioned in 2022 from a brief stay behind bars to a 15-year probation term for sexual intercourse with a

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