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In his first juvenile court conviction, for fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation, he received one day in juvenile detention.
In the next case, from July 2010, Longmire threatened to send nude photos of a classmate to others and say the victim was gay if the victim didn’t send more photos of specific sex acts.
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PORT ORCHARD — A registered sex offender is accused of gathering explicit videos from men he met on gay dating sites, then threatening to send the videos to their friends and family if the victims don’t send him more extreme videos.
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When the men would object, court documents allege Longmire would then send the other man screenshots indicating he had located their friends and family and demand the other man send several more videos, outlining specific sex acts he wanted to see performed.
The Kitsap County sheriff’s detective on the case alleged that in 2014, Longmire posed as a female to solicit nude photos from a 14-year-old boy he had previously assaulted and knew from school.
Christopher Malik “CJ” Longmire, 22, has convictions from Kitsap County Juvenile Court for similar conduct and may have been hiding his identity by using photos of a prior victim when soliciting the “sexts” from men on gay dating sites, according to charging documents.
For the current case, Longmire was charged Wednesday in Kitsap County Superior Court with three counts of second-degree extortion with sexual motivation and three counts of possession of child pornography. Kitsap County sheriff’s investigators started their case in January 2017 after being contacted by authorities in California, where a man reported falling victim to the extortion scheme.