Former EC man pleads guilty to trading nude pictures of ex-girlfriend in exchange for rent

UPDATE:
Eau Claire (WQOW) –
A plea deal was reached Tuesday for an area man charged with trading nude pictures of his ex-girlfriend in exchange for rent.

According to court records, Tyler Vold pleaded guilty to five counts of posting a private picture of a woman without consent in exchange for six other counts being dismissed, including a felony child pornography charge.

He was accused of trading seven pictures of the woman, along with five videos of Vold having sex with her. He said he did it in exchange for a break in his rent. 

The man who police said received the images, Joshua Weichert, told police he threatened to share the photos unless the victim sent him more. He’s due back in court in August.


Posted March 2018
Eau Claire (WQOW) –
Charges were filed Thursday against a former Eau Claire man accused of trading nude pictures of his ex-girlfriend, in exchange for rent. 

Tyler Vold is accused of trading seven pictures of the woman, along with five videos of Vold having sex with her. He said he did it in exchange for a break on his rent.

The man who police said received the images, Joshua Weichert, told police he later contacted the woman and threatened to send the photos to other people unless she sent more nude pictures. 

Related Link: EC man charged with sexual assault of a child he met at the American Legion

Weichert returns to court Monday, Vold in April. 

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