I suppose it depends on the pics he had.
My mother's ex husband's friend was arrested for pictures he had. he was an artist with a 5 year old child who went to ballet and one day after a bath she was dancing naked, he thought it was so beautiful he took a few pics of her and then painted her from the photos, the painting was not explicit and he put it in an exhibition, someone complained, the police confiscated his painting searched his house and found the original photos and charged him with having illicit pictures of children. I think it was the CPS that decided that there was no case to answer, but for a time the man was absolutely distraught that his innocent picture taking and painting could have been seen as anything other than innocent.
I can appreciate what he went through; I took a photo' of my eight-year-old daughter in the bath for the same reason (lots of bubble bath, hardly any flesh...) and some jobsworth at the photo processing firm took it into their head to inform the Social Services, at a time when my six-year-old son was the subject of an 'at risk' investigation because a Social Worker noticed he had 'bruises on his legs...'
...while he was at a week long football camp!
You have to be very strong under those circumstances; it also helps if you happen to know one of the countries most eminent Child Psychologists!
Listening to the panel trying to rubbish his
findings was almost amusing...