Twenty-eight-year-old Todd Brown was hauled before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts for posting nude photos of three women on social media.
The security guard of Wortmanville, Georgetown, was charged under the Cybercrime Act. The allegation stated that between November 4, 2019, and November 5, 2019, at Georgetown, he used a phone to transfer pictures of Tasiana Richmond, Abigail Alexander and Michelle Alexander with intent to humiliate and cause distress and to damage their reputation.
An unrepresented Brown pleaded not guilty to the charge when he stood before Senior Magistrate Leron Daly.
With no objections raised by the prosecution, Magistrate Daly released the man on $150,000 bail while highlighting to him that his actions should not continue.
The defendant was ordered to make his next court appearance on May 8, 2020.