KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An Overland Park, Kansas man threatened to kill a girl's family if she did not send him nude photographs, according to court documents released Wednesday.
Earlier this month, Johnson County prosecutors charged Logan Paul Clements, 21, with attempted rape of a child under the age of 14, electronic solicitation of a minor and blackmail.
According to police, Clements met the victim on MocoSpace, an online gaming community, and asked the girl for nude photos.
The girl told detectives that after she declined several times, Clements threatened to find out where she lived and kill her family. The girl said she was scared and sent Clements two photos.
The pair took their conversation to Instagram and Facebook, where Clements continued to make demands for nude photos, according to police.
When the girl declined again, Clements allegedly threatened to share the photos she had already sent to her Facebook friends.
The girl complied, this time texting the photos to Clements, and also agreed to meet him at Blue Valley Middle School.
The girl’s parents found out about the conversations on Jan. 4, four days before the planned meeting at the school.
Leading up to the planned meeting, police assumed the girl’s identity and communicated with Clements to learn more details about the meeting at the school.
Clements was eventually arrested when he showed up at the school to meet who he thought was the girl.
In an interview with detectives, Clements said he made the trip to the school to have sex with the girl. He also admitted to making Facebook threats for the photos, according to court documents.
Clements remains in the Johnson County Jail on a $250,000 bond. He’s scheduled to appear in court on March 12.