Texan faces up to 5 years for cyberstalking California woman
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Prosecutors say a Texas man faces up to five years in prison for cyberstalking a California woman he once dated online and posting nude photos of her that were viewed more than 1 million times.
Lubbock County jail records show 22-year-old Isaiah Alexander Allen of Lubbock was being held Saturday pending federal sentencing. Allen was indicted Nov. 14 and pleaded guilty this month to cyberstalking in a plea agreement over harassment since September 2017.
Investigators say Allen met the woman at an online gaming site but they never met in person and she voluntarily gave him nude photos before breaking up with him. Prosecutors say Allen also posted a screen shot with personal data about the woman, including phone and other identifying numbers.
Allen could also be fined up to $250,000.
This story has been corrected to show the inmate's first name is spelled Isaiah, not Isiah
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