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Former Illinois lawmaker facing a dozen felonies in ‘revenge porn’ case
WAUKEGAN, Ill. -- A former Illinois state representative turned himself in Thursday after he was indicted on a dozen felony charges in connection with a so-called “revenge porn” case, according to WGN. A Lake County grand jury indicted 35-year-old Nick Sauer on 12 felony charges Wednesday for allegedly creating false social media accounts and using them to post nude photos of two women, without their consent. In a 14-page indictment, the grand jury said he, “intentionally disseminated” images of the women displaying their private parts. He faces up to 36 years in jail.