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ROCKPORT, Tx — Police are investigating an online video that the person who posted it claims shows a Texas judge beating his teenage daughter.

Rockport, Texas Police Chief Tim Jayroe (JAY’-roh) said Wednesday that calls from people who saw the video prompted the investigation.

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The video allegedly shows a man spanking his teenage daughter with a belt in a seven-minute ordeal. The person who posted the video claims to be the daughter of Aransas (uh-RAN’-zuhs) County Court-at-Law Judge William Adams and says it was filmed in 2004. It was posted on YouTube last week.

Jayroe says he has not determined the identities of the people in the video nor whether any crimes were committed.

Aransas Co. Sheriff Bill Mills says Adams has disconnected his phone because of threatening calls and faxes.

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