A Trevallyn man accused of child exploitation offences has entered not guilty pleas in court.
Benjamin James Fraser, 39, pleaded not guilty to one count of involving a person under 18-years-old in the production of child exploitation material.
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He also pleaded not guilty to two charges which related to the possession and production of child exploitation material.
Mr Fraser applied for bail when he appeared in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Monday.
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Magistrate Simon Brown rejected the bail bid.
Mr Fraser was remanded in custody and scheduled to appear in the Launceston Supreme Court on June 9.
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