Christian Ferra

Dropbox Calls Police On Boca Raton Man, Says He Uploaded Illegal Images

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Apple, Dropbox, Comcast Others All Comply With Subpoenas.

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Christian Ferra, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton man is facing multiple counts of possessing child pornography after Dropbox reported the uploads to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office report which you can read below, Christian Ferra of 1591 SW 64th Way uploaded multiple illegal videos depicting children engaged in obscene acts. One may have involved an animal. After Dropbox tipped authorities, police served subpoenas on Apple, Comcast and others. All, according to the police report, complied.

Apple provided the make, model and other identifying information about Ferra’s iPhone 12 Pro Max.

On Wednesday, police executed a search warrant at Ferra’s home and — according to police — Ferra admitted to possessing the files that were stored on his Dropbox account. He also admitted, according to police, to sharing the images with others.

Christian Ferra is now in the Palm Beach County Jail, charged possessing multiple images of child pornography. According to police, the content included a child younger than 5 and “bestiality” involving a child.

We warn our readers that the police report is extremely graphic and many may find it to be offensive. It does, however, show the exhaustive work performed by investigators. If the police report does not appear, access it here.


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