A Disney World Employee Is Accused Of 32 Counts Of Child Pornography

Following the execution of a search warrant at his residence, officials charged a Walt Disney World employee with 32 counts of child pornography.

A Disney World Employee Is Accused Of 32 Counts Of Child Pornography

After learning on December 16 that someone at Michael Foster’s residence may have had child pornography, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office revealed in a Facebook post that they had launched an investigation into the 47-year-old. Foster worked as a night shift mechanic at Disney World.

Then, according to the sheriff’s office, detectives found a flash drive and other SD cards that were purportedly in Foster’s book bag.

In the course of executing a search warrant at Foster’s home on Wednesday, officers reportedly discovered “several additional digital storage devices.”

Foster acknowledged seeing and downloading the explicit photos, according to officials, and he also acknowledged possessing the book bag, SD cards, and flash drive.

Foster was taken into custody on a $320,000 bond after being accused of possessing 32 counts of child pornography.

Fox News Digital was informed by a Disney World representative that the person is no longer employed by the firm.

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