Kevin Bollaert was sentenced yesterday to 18 years in prison for running a horrific “revenge porn” site where hateful cretins could post explicit images of their ex-wives and ex-girlfriends.
Kevin Christopher Bollaert, a Web developer, posted the pictures and then charged women from $300 to $350 to have the pictures removed. He was convicted in February of multiple felony counts of identity theft and extortion.
Bollaert was ordered to pay $15,000 in restitution to his victims and a $10,000 fine. Bollaert will be allowed to serve the sentence in a county jail rather than state prison under the judge’s ruling.
And guess who immediately came out strongly in favor of what Bollaert was doing?
Babycakes Johnson comes out strongly in favor of revenge pork. pic.twitter.com/PDrVjnJH83
Oops! He meant “revenge porn.” Babycakes is solidly in favor of revenge porn. pic.twitter.com/iVCMoHlY9R
Revenge porn laws would have criminalized Andrew Breitbart's scalping of @anthonyweiner. They should be repealed.
Most technological advances comes from porn. #revengeporn is no exception.
This isn’t surprising, because Chuck C. Johnson was openly discussing setting up a blackmail/extortion site of his own recently.
ICYMI: Babycakes Johnson is actually trying to monetize blackmail and extortion. pic.twitter.com/DEQT0OlmFw
Hey, Chuck? That’s a great idea! I think you should definitely pursue it.