3D-printed gun activist Cody Wilson extradited to Houston from Taiwan

Cody Wilson, the man at the center of a 3D gun printing rights revolution, will be extradited to Houston from Taiwan to face a sexual assault charge, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

The charge follows from a 16-year-old girl who told a counselor about a paid sexual encounter between the two.

Wilson is scheduled to be in Houston at around 12 a.m. Sunday. He had missed another scheduled return flight to the U.S., according to Commander Troy Officer with the Austin Police Department's Organized Crime Division.

The U.S. Marshals Service released the following statement early on Sunday morning:

According to police paperwork, Wilson and the victim met face to face on the night of Aug. 15 at a coffee shop on South Congress in Austin. Surveillance video shows the two leaving together in a black SUV registered to Wilson's company Defense Distributed.

Wilson valet-parked at a North Austin hotel and checked in.

"They were able to confirm each step of the victim's story with videotape and interviews," Officer said.

The victim says she and Wilson had sex in the room and then paid her 5 $100 bills.

FOX 7 Austin reporters contributed to this story.