A high school student in Oklahoma has been arrested after he was allegedly caught​ impersonating an FBI officer and attempting to blackmail sex workers into giving him free service online.

18-year-old Anthony Maurice Harris, a high school student from Collinsville, Oklahoma, allegedly tried to contact a sex worker online. Claiming that he worked for the FBI, Harris threatened to put the sex worker in jail if she didn’t perform sexual acts for him for free. According to reports, he had a list of "numerous" acts he wanted from the blackmail exchange. 

“If you don’t want to go to jail, we will have to do some negotiating,” police allege Harris said in a message sent online.

Unfortunately for Harris, though, the sex worker he was messaging was actually an investigator working for the Tulsa Police Department. The investigator, pretending to be a sex worker, acquiesced to his demands and told Harris to meet at a hotel in Tulsa. When Harris arrived, he was arrested on the spot. Police say they also found drug paraphernalia​ on Harris when he arrived. 

Harris was arrested and booked for impersonating an officer, engaging in prostitution, and possessing drug paraphernalia, according to KFOR News.

He is being held in lieu of $2,350 bond and has a court appearance scheduled for Jan. 4.