Former Top Chef: Just Desserts contestant charged in kiddie porn case

Chef Morgan Wilson may soon be getting his just desserts
​Morgan Wilson, a former finalist on the Top Chef: Just Desserts, has been indicted on felony child pornography charges. Wilson appeared on the first season of the reality cooking competition, a spin-off of the popular Top Chef series which runs on Bravo. A brash contestant who seemed to rub everyone the wrong way with his egotism and undeniable talent, Wilson was eliminated in the finale.

The charges:

Wilson was indicted October 6 on three second-degree felony charges of possession with intent to promote child pornography, according to the Plano, Texas, Star-Courier. The 38-year-old chef, a Plano resident, is due in court on October 27.

Wilson was initially arrested on December 7, 2010, after undercover investigators say they received several file transfers from Wilson via the peer-to-peer file-sharing service Limewire.  The files recieved allegedly contained images and videos of children, some as young as toddlers, engaged in inappropriate acts. A subsequent search of Wilson's home yielded signed and dated pornographic images he admitted he had viewed.

He was released on $10,000 bail and ordered not to use computers without supervision.

Wilson is also a father of a young son.

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