The arrest of a high-profile developer in Texas on child pornography charges could be the biggest boost in the industry in years, according to a new report.
The report by real estate developer Robert and Lisa Geller, and their husband, David, found that arrests have increased since their daughter’s arrest in 2014.
The Gellers, who own an Austin real estate firm, have worked in the real estate industry for nearly a decade.
In an interview with The Associated Press, David Geller said his daughter’s recent arrest has given them a big boost.
She was arrested for distributing and selling child pornography, but also faces other charges, including child endangerment and child pornography possession.
She also was charged with selling and distributing images of children.
Her indictment also included child pornography related to an alleged relationship with a 13-year-old girl, according a release from the Harris County District Attorney’s office.
The arrest came less than two weeks after Texas Gov.
Greg Abbott signed a bill that removes criminal penalties for child pornography.
The Texas Legislature passed the law in response to an increase in the number of children being sexually abused and abused by people in the state.
It also included a provision allowing victims to seek financial restitution and help with paying child support, according the release.
The bill was signed into law by Abbott, a Republican, on Dec. 17.
The new law does not specifically mention the arrest of the Gellering’s daughter.
It only criminalizes those convicted of child pornography distribution, distribution of child porn, or distributing child pornography in violation of a court order.
But the Geller’s office said in a statement that the Gells had been told the child pornography charge was “relevant” to the arrest and could be considered in the investigation of the arrest.
The news of the investigation came as the U.S. Justice Department announced new federal efforts to fight child exploitation and child exploitation online.
The announcement came as Attorney General Loretta Lynch and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced a new effort to combat online exploitation of children, specifically child exploitation by online predators.
The two leaders also said that the U