Shorewood man sentenced to 3 years in prison for child pornography, stalking
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Matthew Cullen-Williams, 19, was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday.
The Shorewood man was convicted of using cyber-bullying tactics to sexually exploit victims.
According to court documents, Cullen-Williams created more than a dozen online accounts to embarrass and control his victims. He also threatened to release nude pictures if one of the victims didn’t do what he said, including having sex with him.
At the sentencing hearing on Friday, the judge read excerpts from the victims’ impact statements.
Judge Joseph Wall said Cullen-William’s actions, over more than three years, deserve severe consequences.
“All these years of heartless, uncaring, sharply focused and purposeful electronic activity aim quite simply at harming other people,” Wall said.
Cullen-Williams has 20 days to appeal the sentence.