The 27-year-old founder of “revenge porn” website ugotposted.com [pr: You got posted-dot-com] was arrested Tuesday and charged with extortion for posting nude photos of people without their consent -- and asking for money for the photos to be taken down.
Kevin Christopher Bollaert of San Diego was charged with 31 felony counts for allegedly asking victims to pay to have the revealing photos removed from his site that were posted by others out for revenge.
Although ugotposted.com is now defunct, a search warrant affidavit turned up more than 1,040 emails linked to the site sent between June and August with the word “remove” in them.
In a June 20th email, a woman named Katitly wrote that she was “extremely p****d” when she discovered revealing photos of herself on Bollaert’s website. She added, “As a mother and someone who’s trying to go out and look for a job, I don’t appreciate you allowing someone with no life to go and ruin someone that’s trying to do something with their life. I would like them immediately taken down.”
Source: N.Y. Daily News
A Florida man really stepped in some deep doo-doo when he walked into a liquor store and tried to sneak some up-skirt photos – with cameras that he'd taped to his sneakers.
Robert Greis, 67, allegedly sidled up to the woman as she was reading a newspaper in the checkout line and tried to maneuver his foot into position to take some snapshots of her lady parts. She screamed, alerting her boyfriend to jump into action and hold Greis down until cops could arrive on the scene.
The officers placed the sleazy senior citizen in a patrol car, but neglected to handcuff him, enabling him to destroy the memory chip from his camera, but the entire incident was captured on surveillance tape. Greis faces felony charges in the case. (WESH)
Dude, You know there are websites for this don't you? You can watch it all day and not get arrested.
Metallica can now say they've played all seven continents.
They performed in Antarctica on Sunday, doing a 10-song set for Coke Zero contest winners from South America and research scientists from around the world. The guys posted a bunch of photos from the concert on Facebook, saying it was "the most unique show Metallica has ever done."
Check out a clip of Metallica performing "Enter Sandman"
A Florida woman who was unhappy that her ex-boyfriend had found his perfect match responded by striking a match -- and setting fire to the entryway of the home he was sharing with his new girlfriend.
Kaelyn Marie Partenza had been living with the happy couple up until recently, but moved out a few weeks earlier. She told cops she'd gone to the residence to "get closure" on her relationship with Daniel Morris – but changed her mind when she spotted some lighter fluid on the deck, and "got mad and lit the door on fire."
Morris, who pulled a gun on Partenza and hit her with a pair of boots, was also arrested for domestic battery. (WTVJ)