A Walt Disney World employee faces 32 counts of child pornography after authorities executed a search warrant of his home.

Authorities investigated Michael Foster, 47, after receiving a tip that an individual at his residence possessed child pornography, per Fox News. 

“Through investigation, detectives identified the suspect as Michael David Foster, a former corrections officer in Citrus County and a current overnight employee at Walt Disney World (mechanic),” the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release.

“On 12-20-23, detectives executed a search warrant at Foster’s residence on Zoller Street. Upon execution of the search warrant, detectives contacted Foster. Post Miranda, Foster admitted to ownership of the book bag, flash drive, and the SD cards. Foster also admitted to downloading and viewing the pornographic images. Detectives also seized several additional digital storage devices from within the residence,” the press release continued.

The Post Millennial reports:

The officers seized more digital storage from the residence to scan for any additional evidence.


Foster’s bond was set at $10,000 for each count of child pornography resulting in a bond total of $320,000.

As noted by other reports, there has been a history of other former and current Disney World employees being involved with pedophilia.

“A Disney World spokesperson told Fox News Digital the individual is no longer with the company,” Fox News noted.

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