Cody Wilson, Austin Man Behind 3D-Printed Guns, Accused Of Sexual Assault Of A Child

Cody Wilson, the Austin man behind a 3D printed gun company, has been accused of child sexual assault. On Wednesday, Sept. 19, CBS Austin reported that local police responded to a counselor who said a female client under the age of 17 said she had sex with a 30-year-old male. She later told the Center for Child Protection that she was paid $500 by the man after their sexual encounter.
According to the victim, the two met on before exchanging text messages.
After arranging to meet in person and sending sexually explicit photos, the two met at a hotel. The website further details their encounter claiming:

According to the victim, she and Wilson met in person at Bennu Coffee and left together in a black Ford Edge sport vehicle. They later arrived at the Archer Hotel using the hotel’s valet service and walked together into a room and engaged in sexual intercourse and oral sex, police say. After they were done, the victim claims Wilson gave her five $100 bills.

Wilson, who went by the screen name “Sanjuro” and called himself a “big deal,” is not currently in custody.

Who Is Cody Wilson?
Cody Wilson made headlines in 2018 after his company, Defense Distributed, received the attention of the State Department for distributing a 3D-printed single-shot pistol called the Liberator. The State Department ordered Wilson to pull the blueprints offline. After Wilson decided to sue the government, he reached a settlement which granted him the right to distribute the gun files via flash drives.
Wilson was born on January 31, 1988, in Little Rock, Arkansas. Wilson graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a bachelor’s degree in English in 2010. He was a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and was president of the school’s Student Government Association.

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