Disney Employee Responds to Child Sex Allegations

August 4, 2014 by David S. Seltzer

Unfounded allegations of cybercrimes involving children can be devastating and can ruin the lives of innocent people. Florida residents facing such allegations might identify with the recent case of a Disney employee accused of soliciting a 14-year-old girl for sex. The case has caused significant hardship to the 49-year-old Orlando man, who has suffered serious consequences following his arrest.

Robert Kingsolver, a service repair supervisor at the Magic Kingdom, was arrested late last week after detectives said he arranged to meet an undercover officer posing as a 14-year-old girl. Upon his arrest, Kingsolver admitted he set up the meeting, but insisted he was concerned about the girl’s behavior and only agreed to meet the girl to keep her out of harm’s way, according to media reports.

Kingsolver entered a not guilty plea to the solicitation charge and is free on bond, but he is a virtual prisoner inside his Orlando home. He is unable to work and can rarely leave the house because he is prohibited from having any contact with children. Kingsolver, whose children staunchly support him, told CNN his life is ruined because of the allegations. He is one of 35 Disney employees snared since 2006 in police stings aimed at combating child pornography and exploitation.

The case against Kingsolver is just one example of how even an accusation of a crime related to child exploitation or child pornography can be devastating. If you or someone you love has been falsely accused of cybercrimes such as these, it is imperative to contact a Florida cybercrimes attorney for an aggressive defense. Cybercrime lawyer David Seltzer has years of experience and can help guide you through this difficult time.

Seltzer Law, P.A. is available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Don’t fight cybercrime accusations alone. Call 1 888-THE-DEFENSE (888-843-3333) for your free legal consultation today.