BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – A former LSU Foundation employee who was arrested Tuesday, October 4 in connection with a child pornography investigation bailed himself out of jail only to find himself behind bars again that Friday.

According to an official arrest report created by a detective with the Louisiana Bureau of Investigation, 38-year-old Chase C. Kojis was arrested for the second time Friday, October 7 on allegations of impersonating multiple people online and engaging in illegal, sexually explicit interactions involving minors while online.

The affidavit linked to Kojis’ arrest says he impersonated at least three people online, one of them a 17-year-old girl, and pretended to be each victim during sexually-based online chats with adult men.

According to the affidavit, investigators found images of child pornography and animals being sexually abused on Kojis’ cellphone.

Detectives also add that Kojis engaged in illegal activities while using LSU’s wireless network.

BRProud reached out to the institution regarding this allegation, and an LSU representative confirmed that “the newest charge was related to access to the campus router,” meaning Kojis was on the LSU wireless network while engaging in illicit behavior.

LSU added that the investigation into the former employee is still being led by EBRSO, and not by the university.

In any case, this Friday, Kojis was arrested on charges that include four counts of online impersonation (felony), one count of the unauthorized use of a wireless router system; pornography involving juveniles (felony), and four counts of nonconsensual disclosure of a private image.

BRProud will continue to update readers on this case as officials proceed with their investigation into Chase Kojis.