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Kentucky Principal Who Wanted To Ban Books Over ‘Homosexual Content’ Gets Arrested After Being Busted With Child Porn

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A Kentucky high school principal made national news 10 years ago when he tried to ban books from his school because the obtained “homosexual content” in them. Now, that same principle has been arrested after being busted with child pornography.

Phillip Todd Wilson was arrested Tuesday on 30 counts after state troopers received a complaint from Clark County Area Technology Center that the principal had given child pornography to someone else, according to WKYT-TV.

The principal was charged with 15 counts of distribution of matter portraying sexual performance by a minor, and 15 counts of possessing matter portraying sexual performance by a minor after investigators found more than a dozen images in his possession.

Wilson remains held on $25,000 cash bond, and Clark County Public Schools released a statement saying officials were “shocked and dismayed” by the allegations.

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