Porn star arrested on charges of voyeurism after allegedly sharing intimate images of his co-star

A porn star has been arrested after allegedly posting explicit images of a co-stars sex life on social media, authorities said.

According to court documents, the 22-year-old man was arrested at his home in St Marys, Dublin on Thursday after he was found with a USB drive containing explicit images.

The man is also charged with voyeuristic offences and possessing indecent images of children, prosecutors said.

The charges relate to an alleged incident at a Dublin hotel in December 2015.

The arrest follows a probe by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) into allegations that the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is an employee of a porn company.

Porn star arrested for sharing intimate pictures of co-Stars sex lifeSource: PA via ReutersThe man allegedly uploaded the pictures to his Twitter account and sent them to a woman on his Facebook page, according to court papers.

The woman who identified herself as a former girlfriend of the man told police the images were taken from a hotel room and that she had “no recollection” of them.

The investigation into the alleged incident was referred to gardaí in March, but no arrests have been made.

The allegations came to light following a series of public comments by the man on Twitter.

He wrote that he believed he was “on the side of the children” and called the images “vile”.

The alleged incident occurred at a hotel in Dublin.

According the court papers, he allegedly shared the photos with a woman from the same hotel room.

The alleged victim told police that she was aware that the woman had shared the images and said that she did not want to go through that ordeal again.

“She (the woman) told me I was a hypocrite because I wanted to go to that hotel, but I did not,” the woman said in a statement read to the court.

The woman said she had not been able to discuss the incident with the man since the incident.”

She said she was glad I did, because it was such a horrible experience.”

The woman said she had not been able to discuss the incident with the man since the incident.

A spokesperson for Gardaí said the investigation into this matter was ongoing and there had been no arrests.

The Irish Times contacted the company that produced the images for comment.

A spokesman for the company said it was not aware of the investigation.