Springboro woman Tanai Fortman indicted on sex charges - Tucson News Now

Springboro woman indicted on sex charges

Tanai Fortman (Source: Warren County Jail) Tanai Fortman (Source: Warren County Jail)
Fortman in court on Friday Fortman in court on Friday
SPRINGBORO, OH (FOX19) -

A Springboro woman appeared in court Friday morning after her boyfriend found child pornography on her cell phone.

Tanai Fortman was indicted by a grand jury on gross sexual imposition and rape charges.

According to the indictment, Fortman was found to possess videos and pictures of herself engaging in sexual activity with a minor.

Her boyfriend reported the videos to police after finding them on her cell phone and tablet. Fortman told police she worked for an online sexting company and got a message to send more videos of her and the child.

Fortman told police that she didn't remember the videos because she was unconscious from taking too many supplements for weight loss while they were being made.

She said she was sick to her stomach when she saw the videos and would never hurt the victim.

Forman's bond was set at $500,000.

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