Woman who posted boyfriend's sex tape online also charged

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A Burnsville woman's plans for revenge backfired after she discovered a sex tape of her boyfriend with someone else and angrily posted the video to a social networking site, the Pioneer Press reported.

Prosecutors say Kayla Jo Henry-Heagle, 21, has been charged with distributing child pornography because there were minors in the 2011 cell phone video that was shot in a Burnsville hotel room, the newspaper reported.

The Minneapolis man who prosecutors believe recorded the video, Antonio Meadez Trice, 26, is charged with making pornography using minors, a felony.

One of the girls in the video contacted Wyoming, Minn., police, after she learned it had been posted online, the Pioneer Press reported.

According to the criminal complaint, Trice while filming turned the camera around at one point and made a comment, Patch reported. Police pulled a still image from the video and sent it to law enforcement agencies around Minnesota. A Minneapolis police lieutenant identified the man as Trice, Patch says.

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