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There is really no likelihood that you're going to go to jail.
If this was intended for someone else who is a consenting adult then this was an honest mistake and I can't see the authorities doing anything at all.
It may be that you will be contacted by the police and then you should remember that it is your legal right to speak to a lawyer to get some advice before making any statement.
It is highly inadvisable to lie to the police. The simple truth is the best situation for you. It is simply the case that you made an error and thought you were sending this to a consenting adults but instead sent it to a complete stranger. When you discovered this you immediately apologized.
Does that help?
As I've already stated the truth is your best answer. Once you start lying you will end up in trouble. You've not yet done anything illegal. There is certainly no reason to start now. It is illegal to lie to the police. Your lie will not at all be believed and the police will go by an IP address in any event.
I think we are going around in circles. If you wanted to get legal information I don't know why now you are thinking that you know better.
I've already said several times that what you did was an honest mistake and not an offense. But every else that you've come back with since that time will end up having charged.
When I first read your first post I thought that you were an honest person who made an error. Had you posted something about a lost or stolen iPad I would not have believed you. If I will not believe you didn't he leave you then why would the police?
I don't think it's useful for us to go up and back like this because I have said the same thing several times and at this point in time if we continue we will just be wasting each other's time. So if you have nothing more to say but to try to make up excuses that will not help when the truth does help I think we should stop now.