Arkansas Code Title 5. Criminal Offenses § 5-14-113. Sexual extortion

(a) A person commits the offense of sexual extortion if:

(1) With the purpose to coerce another person to engage in sexual contact or sexually explicit conduct, the person communicates a threat to:

(A) Damage the property or harm the reputation of the other person;  or

(B) Produce or distribute a recording of the other person engaged in sexually explicit conduct or depicted in a state of nudity;

(2) With the purpose to produce or distribute a recording of a person in a state of nudity or engaged in sexually explicit conduct, the person communicates a threat to:

(A) Damage the property or harm the reputation of the other person;  or

(B) Produce or distribute a recording of the other person engaged in sexually explicit conduct or depicted in a state of nudity;  or

(3) The person knowingly causes another person to engage in sexual contact or sexually explicit conduct or to produce or distribute a recording of a person in a state of nudity or engaged in sexually explicit conduct by communicating a threat to:

(A) Damage the property or harm the reputation of the other person;  or

(B) Produce or distribute a recording of the other person engaged in sexually explicit conduct or depicted in a state of nudity.

(b) Sexual extortion is a Class B felony.


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