Capturing a nude image without consent, and maintaining a drug trafficking place, have maximum penalties of 18 months in prison, plus two years of supervision.
The original charges carried a collective maximum prison time of about 700 years.
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By the time prosecutors were done charging Bradford Harrington last year, he almost seemed to need a tabloid nickname to convey the sordid, predatory nature of the accusations.
Detectives say Harrington, 50, of Milwaukee's Bay View neighborhood, would search online for women jailed on chargesof prostitution or drugs and cultivate favor by sending money to their jail accounts.
A key claim in the detective's affidavit was that one of the women, a 26-year-old with several past convictions for theft and fraud, said she had never agreed to be filmed having sex, or to have the video posted on the internet.
She described Harrington driving her to buy heroin, and asking to watch her make the purchase, and giving her Xanax and wearing a gun in an ankle holster during sex.
But Harrington also had some hidden cameras in his garage, and at least one woman seen in photos inside the garage said she did not realize she was being photographed and would not have allowed it.The state, in turn, would dismiss the dozens of other counts.At the last minute in Friday's hearing, confusion arose as to whether the child pornography counts would be "read in" as part of sentencing, or dismissed outright, and the hearing was reset for Tuesday.Once they got out, he would help them get drugs like heroin and ultimately hire them for sex at hotels or his home on S. Typically, Harrington would photograph or record them injecting heroin and having sex with him.From January to June, in six separate cases, the Milwaukee County District Attorney's office filed more than 50 counts, mostly felonies, ranging from soliciting prostitution and secretly recording sex acts, to sexual assault, drug delivery and possession of child porn.