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Police Have Seized Property - Involving Child Pornography - From the Home of Chris "Birdman" Andersen

Chris Andersen could be in trouble. Police have seized property from the home of Denver’s Birdman. From the Denver Post:

Investigators with the Internet Crimes Against Children unit have an ongoing investigation that began from a referral from a California law-enforcement agency in February.

Andersen has not been arrested. More details as they come. Denver plays Los Angeles tonight. Anderson has not played since March.

Update: 7News in Denver confirms that Andersen has been under investigation for months and that the case involves child pornography.

Update 2: More from the Denver Post: “Proving who used the computer or computers in question is frequently a tricky part of Internet crime cases. Property records show at least one other person lives at the Larkspur home.”

[Denver Post, Getty]

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