Gleybis Carrera has learned that once a mugshot ends up online, it can be almost impossible to remove. It has haunted her for years. "When I Googled myself and saw it, I was completely devastated,” she said. Her mugshot from an arrest years earlier still lives on the internet thanks to Mugshots.com. When Carrera contacted the website to remove the photo, she said the owners wouldn't take it down unless she paid hundreds of dollars for their "unpublishing fee." She says it’s still posted even after she paid them.