Baton Rouge woman accused of cyberstalking, posting nude photos of victim on Facebook _lowres

Lexus Milton

East Baton Rouge sheriff’s deputies on Friday arrested a woman accused of making threatening Facebook posts against a woman and her daughter and of posting nude photos of the woman on the social media site without her consent.

In April, Baker police were called to a city government building on Alabama Street, where a woman told an officer that Lexus Milton, 21, had made “threats of causing bodily harm to her ... as well as family and friends” in Facebook posts, a Baker Police Department report says.

Milton had also posted nude photos of the victim without her consent, and made threats directed at the victim’s juvenile daughter, the report says.

Baker police had tried to contact Milton about the threats but could not reach her by phone, the report says.

Milton, 4007 Laurel St., Baton Rouge, was booked into Parish Prison on counts of cyberstalking and cyberbullying. Her bail information was not immediately available in online jail records.