Broadway producer Ben Sprecher, 65, was arrested on federal charges of possession of child pornography after officers raided his Harlem home early Tuesday, The Post reported.

Sprecher was taken into custody by NYPD and Homeland Security after a criminal complaint was issued by the U.S attorney’s office in Manhattan. A search warrant was issued for Sprecher’s house on West 122nd street, from where he was picked up at 6 a.m. in the morning.

Additional details about the charges were not immediately available. 

Sprecher, a noted Broadway producer, has the "Little House on the Prairie," London stage adaptation of the horror classic "The Exorcist,” and “Brighton Beach Memoirs” to his credit. He is also widely recognized for one of the biggest scandals in theater history, “Rebecca the Musical”, which was set to open in the fall of 2012.

The $12 million production never launched as Mark Hatton, an ex-stockbroker from Long Island, scammed Sprecher of more than $60,000 in fees. Hatton, who had a long list of civil fraud lawsuits against him, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to prison.

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