A man is being investigated for allegedly selling counterfeit stamps to help pay for sex with a 14-year-old boy

A man has been charged with selling counterfeit papers to pay for an underage boy’s sexual encounter with him, authorities said.

In September, the man was arrested after he allegedly sold counterfeit papers, including fake stamps and a condom, to a 13-year old boy in Missouri, police said.

Authorities say the teen went to the man’s house on March 3 with his father and bought the stamps and condoms.

Authorities then arrested the man on charges of selling counterfeit paper and a fake condom.

He’s now facing charges of fraud and theft.