Sexting Laws in Montana

    sexting laws in montanaSexting Laws in Montana:

    In Montana, sexting is a crime but Montana does not yet have laws specifically for sexting. As such, any person regardless of age caught producing, possessing, and/or distributing images or videos containing minors engaging in sexual activity is charged under the state’s child pornography laws.

    It is a federal crime with heavy charges. If convicted, the individual shall face up to 100 years in prison, fines and must register as a sex offender.

    Exemption is not available for minors who are under 18 years of age. If caught sharing sexual images with other minors, the minor is charged under the child pornography laws, face fines, prison time and must register as a sex offender.



    • Charged with a felony.
    • Up to 100 years in prison.
    • Registration as a sex offender.


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