A federal appeals panel has thrown out a child pornography conviction that was based on explicit photographs texted by a 17-year-old to her field-hockey coach.

The 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals held there was no evidence that defendant Todd Broxmeyer asked 17-year-old “A.W.” to take the pictures, and therefore no evidence that he “produced” them as defined by the federal child pornography statutes.

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