San Antonio woman charged in alleged reality television scam

A San Antonio woman has been charged in an alleged scam involving suggestive photos submitted for a chance to be on a reality TV show.

The FBI this week arrested Natasha Marie Goodlow on a charge of aiding in production of child pornography. A judge Thursday freed Goodlow on $50,000 bond and put her under house arrest.

The San Antonio Express-News reported Friday that more than 100 people say they were duped.

The FBI says Goodlow allegedly worked with Gemase Lee Simmons. Simmons was arrested in January and accused of falsely claiming to be a TV producer to lure young people into texting him nude photos.

Simmons is in custody pending trial on 22 counts of child pornography.

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No publicly listed phone number could immediately be located for Goodlow.