3D-printed Gun Advocate Allegedly Offered $500 to Teen for Sex
KWTX reports Cody R. Wilson is back in the news. He is the owner of a Texas business that makes untraceable 3D-printed guns. It's alleged that Wilson offered $500 cash to a teenage girl under the age of 17 in exchange for sex.
It's said to have happened through the website SugarDaddyMeet.com. An affidavit was filed yesterday in state district court in Austin that says Wilson is accused of sexual assault of a juvenile.
Jail records say Wilson is not in custody and our news partner's efforts to reach him have been met by unreturned phone calls. He was listed in the affidavit as the owner of Defense Distributed in Austin, Texas.
Wilson made waves about a month ago when he announced that he would be selling 3D-printed gun blueprints through his website after a federal court blocked him from posting the material online for the public.