Latest News
Headlines

Yoga Instructor Shocked when Nude Photo Shows Up on Revenge Porn Site, Hunter Moore's Victims Speak Out

Playing Yoga Instructor Shocked when Nude Photo Shows Up on Revenge Porn Site, Hunter Moore's Victims Speak Out

Just imagine how one mom felt after a topless photo of her 24-year-old daughter popped up online! 

Charlotte Laws told INSIDE EDITION, "She was hysterical. She was withdrawn, she came home, she locked herself in her room."

Charlotte said her daughter's photo was stolen after her email was hacked. This mom said she knows exactly who is responsible.

WATCH: Woman Leaves Wall Street For Porn

It's a man named Hunter Moore. He's been called the web's most hated man. His website "Is Anyone Up?" invited guys who have been dumped to get revenge on their ex girlfriends by posting nude photos of them.

He also hacked into personal accounts and stole photos.

"Do you have anything to say to those people whose pictures you posted online without their permission, nude, and ruined their lives?" INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret asked Moore. Moore never replied.

For a while being the so called king-of-revenge-porn was a lucrative business for this 27-year-old DJ from Northern California.

READ: Porn Star Reveals Details of Charlie Sheen's "Epic Party"

"If you don't know about me you probably should," Moore said.

On his podcast, Moore, swigging vodka, boasted that his website made $30,000-a-month humiliating women.

Melissa Riedel, a yoga instructor from Houston was shocked when a topless photo taken during a professional photography session suddenly appeared on Moore's website.

"It was mind boggling how someone ended up with this photo to begin with," Riedel told INSIDE EDITION.

Moret asked her, "Did you feel violated?"

"Absolutely because it was my private photo and I had not shared it with anybody," Riedel explained.

Moore was arrested and charged in federal court here in Los Angeles. He pleaded guilty to identity theft and computer hacking but he had nothing to say to his victims.

"Are you nervous about going to prison?" INSIDE EDITION also asked him.

Prosecutor Wendy Wu said, "We understand the harm done is really irreparable. But we hope that the guilty pleas brings some closure to the victims."

It's certainly a victory for this mom who dethroned the King of revenge porn.

Laws told INSIDE EDITION, "Everyone knows the truth now, and that makes not only my daughter feel good but it also makes the victims feel very good."

Watch Below: Is the Woman Behind Popular YouTube Kids Videos a Former Porn Star?

Share Share on Facebook Tweet Share on Twitter
Receive Breaking News

By signing up, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Your e-mail was submitted successfully.
Sorry, your email address was not processed. Please try again.
Around the Web