Two people are charged with a photo taken in a mortuary of football player Emiliano Sala and published on social media.
The image, which was uploaded to Twitter, allegedly showed the remains of the Argentine striker in the morgue at Holly Tree Lodge in Bournemouth, Dorset.
Wiltshire police said Sherry Bray, 48, from Corsham, Wiltshire, has been subjected to three computer abuse cases that distort the path of justice and send an indecent / offensive message.
Christopher Ashford, 62, of Calne, Wiltshire, is charged with six cases of computer abuse.
Both will appear before the Swindon Magistrates & # 39; Court on July 10th.
Sala's body was brought to the morgue in February after being recovered from the wreckage of a Piper Malibu plane that crashed in the English Channel.
The 28-year-old's body was brought to the morgue at Holly Tree Lodge in Bournemouth, Dorset after being found in the English Channel on February 6
He flew after his transfer from the French side of Nantes to Cardiff when the plane piloted by David Ibbotson crashed in January.
An investigation into the death of the football player in Dorset on February 11 was opened and adjourned after it became known that Sala had died of head and trunk injuries after an autopsy.
They were caused by the impact of his light aircraft that crashed into the canal. The striker was identified by fingerprints.
Crown Prosecution Service attorney Anthony Johns said, "After carefully reviewing the evidence I received from the Wiltshire Police, I authorized the police to bring Sherry Bray to justice, where she is officially charged with three crimes of computer abuse, the Corrupt public justice course and send an indecent / offensive message.
"I also authorized the Wiltshire police to bring Christopher Ashford to justice, where he is officially charged with six computer abuse violations."
The Piper Malibu aircraft N264DB on the tarmac in Nantes, France, which crashed in the English Channel with footballer Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson on the way to Cardiff
Daniel Machover of Hickman & Rose, lawyer for the Sala family, said today in a statement: “Emiliano's family was deeply upset about the spread of this image and hopes that anyone responsible will be brought to justice.
“Although the family has suffered tremendously since his death, their priority is to find out exactly how Emiliano died and determine who or what could be to blame.
"Emiliano Sala was a talented soccer player whose tragic and untimely death has deeply affected millions of people worldwide and raised serious concerns about the organization and regulation of small charter flights – and the nature of the modern soccer industry."
An accident report found that Mr. Ibbotson, who was also killed in the crash, climbed four times sharply and told air traffic control that he was struggling with visibility.
Still image from a flyer video released by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Division showing the debris of the plane that crashed into the canal on January 21 and killed Emiliano Sala
Exactly 24 seconds before the fatal crash, he plummeted from 4,000 feet to 1,600 feet and then desperately tried not to climb quickly before hitting the water.
The AAIB said it needs further investigation to find the cause of the crash, but has already determined that the plane was unable to fly a straight path between France and Wales.
The AAIB also noted in its preliminary report in February that the pilot Ibbotson had no license to fly paid passengers and that the aircraft itself was not registered for commercial flights.
Records have since shown that Mr. Ibbotson was also not authorized to fly at night.
Sala died in January, just days after completing a £ 15m switch from Nantes (pictured during a game on January 8th) to the Cardiff Football Club
In a documentary that aired last month, Sala's father, Horacio Sala, who died in April a few weeks after filming, accused Cardiff City of "leaving" his son.
He said, "With all the money that was paid for him, why was it so difficult for her to find something safe?
& # 39; Why couldn't they? But they left him alone. They left him like a dog. You left him, you left him. & # 39;
Sala's mother Mercedes Taffarel is also part of the documentary and added: "I always think he'll call, but no."
Cardiff City said in a statement issued in response to the BBC documentary, "Cardiff City has worked with the appropriate parties to ensure that the Sala family is funded, in principle."
His death triggered a outpouring of grief and tributes (pictured) were left in Nantes
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