DISGUSTING

Revenge Porn Suspect Arrested

A San Diego man suspected of operating a revenge porn website was arrested Tuesday and charged with 31 felony counts of conspiracy, identity theft, and extortion. Kevin Christopher Bollaert allegedly also charged women up to $350 to have their nude and sexually explicit photos removed from the site. Bollaert allegedly created the website in December 2012, and prosecutors say more than 10,000 photos were posted. As if that isn’t disturbing enough, the site also insisted all posters provide the subject’s name, age, location, and Facebook profile. Bollaert would then allegedly contact the subject and seek as much as $350 to have their photo removed. He told investigators he made up to $900 a month, and officials say his PayPal account indicates he received tens of thousands of dollars from people seeking to have their images removed.