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‘King of Revenge Porn’ Released to Parents, Now Grounded with No Internet

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Hunter Moore, the man considered by many to be the King of Revenge Porn, was released on $100,000 bond into the custody of his parents Friday.

Moore was arrested by federal investigators Thursday. He’s accused of posting nude photos of people onto websites like “Is Anyone Up.” Many of the people in those photographs say they never gave consent to have the images posted online.

A federal judge ruled Friday that Moore, 27, must stay off the internet. He will also have to completely dismantle his website as federal investigators watch.

Moore’s parents will still be able to use the internet, but they must install parental controls.

Speaking to FOX40 off camera, Moore’s parents say they’re happy to have him home and hope for the best in the coming federal trial.

The trial will begin in Los Angeles in March.

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