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Ex-Norwegian Cruise Line employee pleads guilty to possessing child pornography

A former Norwegian Cruise Lines employee has pleaded guilty in federal court to possession of child pornography.

Prosecutors say Senad Djedovic, 29, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, accepted naked images from a 16-year-old girl he met on a cruise ship in January. Djedovic, who had been an assistant cruise director, had sex with the teen aboard the ship, which had left Tampa on Jan. 29.

A relationship continued after the cruise through email, prosecutors said. Djedovic solicited naked images from the teen and received more than 20. In the emails, prosecutors said, Djedovic frequently commented on the teen's age. He showed the pictures to his co-workers, who reported him to authorities.

Ex-Norwegian Cruise Line employee pleads guilty to possessing child pornography 05/31/12 [Last modified: Friday, June 1, 2012 1:35pm]
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