Travis Fulton, a former boxer and mixed martial artist who briefly fought in the UFC, was indicted on Friday on federal child pornography charges by a grand jury in Iowa.

Fulton, 43, was charged with sexual exploitation of a child, possession of child pornography and receiving child pornography, ESPN Reported citing the indictment.

Tony Morpheit, a spokesman for the acting US Attorney for the Northern District of Evo, Scene R. Berry told ESPN that Fulton faces up to 70 years in prison if found guilty. Fulton public defender Jill Johnson declined to comment on the arrest.

According to ESPN, Fulton allegedly attempted to “engage in sexually explicit conduct” to a minor to produce “visual depictions of such conduct”. He It is also alleged that there is a depiction of less than 12 minors on one thumb.

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The camera and flash drive were reportedly purchased outside of Iowa.

According to Fulton, the state also faces separate criminal charges. Courier. He According to the newspaper, a woman was charged with willful injury and multiple domestic abuses in the 2019 incident.

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In the fighting world, Fulton was known as “The Ironman”. The Waterloo, Iowa, native fought in nearly 320 MMA bouts, scoring 255 wins. He Fought in UFC 20 and UFC 21 where he once won. He The last time he won was Shannon Rich in M1 Global in 2019.