Former ABC News Producer Charged With Child Pornography Offenses

  • A former ABC News producer was arrested Tuesday on charges of transportation of child pornography, newly unsealed court records show.
  • A criminal complaint filed in the Eastern District of Virginia alleges James Gordon Meek, who resigned from ABC News in April last year, engaged in sexually graphic and explicit conversations as he received and shared images of child sexual abuse dating back to as far as 2014.
  • The complaint states that Meek’s residence was searched on April 27 last year after a tip was sent to the FBI Washington Field Office’s Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking Task Force.
  • The tip reported child pornography had been found in a Dropbox cloud storage account and that a username associated with the account was Meek’s.
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