'Revenge porn' site operator gets 18 years

A San Diego man who operated a “revenge porn” website and then charged victims to remove nude images and personal information was sentenced Friday to 18 years in state prison, the attorney general's office said. Kevin Bollaert, 28 years old, was convicted in February of 21 counts of identity theft and. A year-old San Diego man was found guilty Monday of operating a "revenge porn" website that included naked and sexually explicit pictures of women posted by angry ex-boyfriends or ex-husbands. Kevin Christopher Bollaert posted the pictures and then charged women from $ to $ to have the.



SAN DIEGO - A judge reduced the jail time for a man convicted of running a 'revenge porn' website from 18 to eight years Monday. Superior Court Judge David Gill ordered the "split sentence'' for Kevin Bollaert, who was convicted in February in what state Attorney General Kamala Harris said was. Calling it a difficult decision, a San Diego judge chose Monday to split the year sentence of Kevin Bollaert, convicted in February for operating a “revenge porn” website. Superior Court Judge David Gill resentenced the year-old to eight years in prison, to be served in local jail followed by 10 years of.


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