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George Nader, who is 61 years old, was recently sentenced to 10 years in prison on child sex crime charges, the Western Journal reports.

Nader pled guilty to trafficking a 14-year-old boy from the Czech Republic for sex in 2000. A federal judge sentence Nader on Friday.

However, the indictment against Nader and an associate named Andy Khawaja has disturbing ties to the Clintons.

The indictment included charges that Nader and Khawaja made $3.5 million in illegal contributions to political committees linked to Hillary Clinton.

Nader is accused of helping a business associate funnel illegal campaign contributions to Democrats and the Clinton campaign in order to advance their political and business interests.

The case alleged that Nader and Khawaja held fundraisers for Clinton and maintained contact with Bill Clinton.

However, the indictment does not accuse anyone on the campaign of wrongdoing.

The disturbing allegations against Nader included numerous charges for other sex crimes. Prosecutors cited numerous text messages that Nader exchanged with alleged co-conspirators about trafficking underage boys for sex.



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Nader had “a thirty-year history of using his international influence and wealth to obtain minor boys for sex and an unrelenting interest in images of minor boys engaged in sexually explicit conduct,” prosecutors said in the indictment.

Prosecutors added that Nader traveled “frequently” to Europe in the 1990s and 2000s, “where he engaged the services of a pimp who introduced him to numerous vulnerable minor boys whom [he] paid for sex.”

Nader served one year in prison in the Czech Republic in 2003 for molesting underage boys.

Nader was indicted in the U.S. in 1985 and 1990 on child porn possession charges.

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Nader, a longtime adviser to Mohammed bin Zayed, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, met with Trump officials Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner.

Prosecutors were particularly interested in a January 2017 meeting that Nader attended in the Seychelles between Erik Prince, an informal Trump adviser, and the head of a Russian investment fund.

Nader’s assistance to the special counsel did not lead to any charges against Trump associates.

Investigators discovered sexually explicit images on Nader’s cellphone after stopping him for questioning in Jan. 2018 in connection with the special counsel’s probe.

Prosecutors in Virginia indicted Nader in Apr. 2018 on child pornography charges. Prosecutors alleged that Nader’s phone contained more than a dozen images of minors being sexually abused.

He was arrested on June 3, 2019, after returning to the U.S. from overseas, and indicted on additional child sex trafficking charges on July 19, 2019.