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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Justin Bieber imposter Christopher Patrick Gunn charged with sexual exploitation and child pornography for using Facebook to connect with girls

A man faces a number of charges for pretending to be Justin Bieber to lure young girls to perform sex acts and pose topless for him on the Internet.

Christopher Patrick Gunn, 31, has been charged with sexual exploitation and child pornography for using Facebook to connect with girls and convince them to expose themselves through pictures and videos.

The man from Montgomery, Alabama threatened the girls that he would publish the image of them online to destroy their reputations if they didn't perform sex acts he wanted to see, according to authorities.

In a federal grand jury indictment on Thursday, it was revealed that the fake Justin Bieber convinced girls ranging in age from nine to 16 to perform acts.

He contacted girls from at least six other states, including Florida, Virginia and California, according to federal authorities.

He was charged this week with 10 counts of sexual exploitation, three counts of interstate extortion and three counts of using an interstate commerce in furtherance of unlawful activity.

Gunn was previously charged during his initial arrest in March with two counts of child pornography. Read More