Nude Photo Bill Introduced In Arizona House

A state lawmaker introduced a bill Monday to keep sexually explicit messages involving a House member secret.  House Majority Whip Kelly Townsend wants to balance the public's right-to-know with privacy concerns.  At issue, sexually explicit messages of Representative Michelle Ugenti-Rita that were sent by a House staffer, Brian Townsend.  Townsend and Ugenti-Rita are now engaged.  As part of the sexual harassment investigation at the House of Representatives, Townsend admitting sending the messages. Townsend's bill moves to keep explicit content confidential if a state lawmaker is involved in a sexual harassment investigation.  The bills would not allow anyone outside of investigators to see the photos.

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