SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A San Antonio woman has been charged in an alleged reality TV scam linked to child pornography.
The FBI this week arrested Natasha Marie Goodlow on a charge of aiding in production of child pornography.
Agents said Goodlwo tricked youngsters into sending nude photos to get on a fake reality show.
On Thursday a judge freed the 21-year-old Goodlow on $50,000 bond and put her under house arrest.
A local San Antonio newspaper reported Friday that more than 100 people say they were duped by Goodlow.
She is believed to be an associate of Gemase Lee Simmons. He's in custody pending trial on 22 counts of child pornography.
FBI Special Agent Larry Baker testified at the bail hearing that sexual images allegedly texted to "modeling agents" went to Simmons.
No publicly listed phone number could immediately be located for Goodlow.