A man who allegedly took photos of young boys dressed as princesses, princesses and other characters from the Disney film “Frozen” is accused of distributing them, according to authorities.
Bryan L. Schiele, 31, of Texarkana was charged Wednesday with possession of child pornography and possession of obscene material.
Schiele has been charged with two counts of unlawful possession of a child, according the Harris County District Attorney’s office.
Skipper John J. Williams told ABC affiliate KTRK-TV in Houston that he believes the photos depict “a very small percentage” of the photos Schieles took while living in Texas.
“I think a lot of the images are very, very small,” Williams said.
“We had two kids at home and we were looking at them and they looked like they were a little bit younger than we were.”
The Harris County district attorney’s office says Schielle was arrested on Tuesday in Tulsa and charged with possession and distribution of child porn.
Authorities allege Schielis’ pictures and videos, which were sent to him in the past, included the following items:Disney princesses dresses, dresses, skirts, tops, tops and bottomsDisney princess costumesDisney princess dresses, gowns, skirts and topsDisney princess clothingDisney princess apparelDisney princess hatsDisney princess masksDisney princess face makeup, accessories and accessoriesDisney princess shoesDisney princess jewelryDisney princess hair, accessories, accessoriesDisney Princess dresses and accessories Disney princess clothing Disney princess apparelSchielis was arraigned Wednesday in the Harris Court of Criminal Appeals in Tulsa, where he posted $1 million bond.
Schell, the Tulsavian police chief, said the investigation began when Schielesthe alleged that Schierells pictures and video were sent by an email account linked to Schieler.
Slims alleged that he sent the images to his wife to get the police involved.
He said the photos were taken while he was out of town and that he was “in no way involved in the production of the material.”
Schell said Schiells wife also sent him pictures of the photographs, but he said she never received them.
Szabo, the mother of a 4-year-old girl, said her son sent her a picture of the children.
“I was horrified and shocked and horrified,” she said.
Sanchez said she sent the pictures to a child pornographer, who sent them to Sanchez.
Says Sanchez, “He’s a total stranger.”
The mother said her daughter has been in and out of the hospital with serious injuries, and she wants to know why Sanchez is not being held accountable.
“My daughter has a brain tumor and it’s going to take her years to recover,” she told KTRX-TV.
“She’s been in the hospital for months, and now they’re going to put her in a wheelchair.
What the hell is going on here?”
Sanchez told KTVX-Channel 2 that she sent images to Schell in hopes that he would turn over the child porn he had taken to authorities, but that he has refused.
“This is a nightmare,” she added.
“You can’t blame me.
It’s the government doing it, and they’re doing it against the wishes of the child,” she continued.
“It’s their fault.”
A family member of Sanchez’s told KTXL-TV that Sanchez was in his car with two other men when they spotted the photos on his computer.
The Tulsas sheriff’s office said in a statement that Schell’s arrest “represents a serious breach of the peace and criminal charges should be filed.”
Sanchez and the other men were taken into custody and booked into the Harris county jail, where they were released without bail.