Jared James Abrahams of Temecula, Calif., has been arrested and charged with extortion and cybercrimes for allegedly hacking into Wolf's computer and threatening to go public with nude photos purportedly taken on her compromised webcam if she didn't comply with his demands.
Per documents obtained by the Los Angeles Times, the FBI started investigating Abrahams in March on suspicion of so-called "sextortion" and then raided the 19-year-old suspect's home in June, seizing computers, cell phones and hacking software.
Wolf, who was crowned Miss Teen USA in August, also hails from Temecula.
She had told authorities that she got an anonymous email from someone who claimed to have nude pics of her taken from her webcam.
"I was cyberhacked and cyberterrorized about four months ago," Wolf told KTLA 5 News last month. "My computer and my webcam were hacked into, so I would love to be able to raise awareness" of such crimes.
According to the charges, Abrahams' demands in return for not going public including telling his alleged victims to send him nude photos, send a nude video, or log onto Skype and do what he told them to do for five minutes. One investigator stated that Abrahams had threatened to turn one woman's "dream of being a model...into [being] a porn star."
"Abrahams used malicious software to disguise his identity in order to capture nude photos or videos of victims through remote operation of cameras on their home computers without their consent," the charges further state, per ABC News.
Wolf has not issued a statement yet, but has retweeted a couple of reports about Abrahams' arrest. She'll be appearing on Today on Friday morning.