Disturbing Cyber Attack In Moorhead,MN

MOORHEAD, MN (trfnews.i234.me) A Moorhead, Minnesota man is facing criminal charges in a disturbing cyber attack story.

– Gregory Scott Kees of Morehead is facing two felony charges of non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images.
– He had nude photos of a woman who didn’t know he was posting the photos nor did she give him permission to do so.
– Kees allegedly posted the photos on Twitter or X and included a false report that her body had been found in Moorhead tortured, raped, and murdered.
– He had earlier been convicted in 1999 for conspiracy to commit first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
– During questioning, Kees admitted to posting the photos and having conversations with people who responded to the postings about rape, torture, and kidnapping the victim.
– Keys stated it was just a fantasy.
– The cyber attack case is very disturbing.
– The victim’s privacy was violated, and Keys could face serious consequences.

Gregory Scott Kees, 56, of Moorhead, has been charged with two felony counts of non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images. According to court documents, Kees allegedly had nude photos of a woman without her knowledge or consent and posted them on Twitter or X. In one case, he included a false report that her body had been found in Moorhead tortured, raped, and murdered. Kees had previously been convicted in Minnesota in 1999 for conspiracy to commit first-degree criminal sexual conduct. During questioning in the latest case, he admitted to posting the photos and engaging in conversations about rape, torture, and kidnapping with those who responded to the postings. However, Kees claimed it was all just a fantasy.

Bullet Summary:
– Gregory Scott Kees faces two felony charges of non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images
– He allegedly had nude photos of a woman without her knowledge or consent and posted them on social media
– Kees had previous convictions for conspiracy to commit first-degree criminal sexual conduct
– During questioning, he admitted to posting the photos and having conversations about rape, torture, and kidnapping but claimed it was just a fantasy.

 

 

 

 

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