A Fort Bend County grand jury has returned a felony indictment against a Stafford man accused of sharing intimate photos of a woman online last December.

Justin Tremaine Harris faces up to two years in prison and a $10,000 fine if convicted of the state-jail felony offense of publishing or threatening to publish intimate visual materials, in this case, a woman having sex.

Doing so without her permission is a violation of the state’s — “Revenge Porn Law” statute.

Prosecutors said Harris should have known the woman expected the images to remain private, but posted them online to them online to hurt, shock, ridicule or embarrass the woman.

In addition, Harris also revealed the woman’s identity when he posted the images online, according to the indictment.

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