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Girls Do Porn Owner Matthew Isaac Wolfe pleaded guilty to sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion

The co-owner of the San Diego-based GirlsDoPorn website coerced about a hundred young women into filming explicit videos that he posted online after assuring them that the videos would not be shared, according to the Justice Department.

Matthew Isaac Wolfe, 40, of New Zealand, on Tuesday pleaded guilty to sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion, as well as conspiracy to commit sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion, which can result in a life sentence.

“This crime had a devastating impact on the victims,” U.S. Attorney Randy Grossman said in a Tuesday statement. “We will seek justice for human trafficking victims in hopes that it will help them reclaim their lives and leave the pain of this experience in the past.”

Wolfe admitted to coercing “models” between the ages of 18 and 23 into making the videos, which he said would not be shared in the United States, and then posting them on the U.S. website GirlsDoPorn for public viewing. He also said he trained cameraman and co-defendant Theodore Gyi on how to shoot the videos – training that included a lesson on how to tell the women in the videos that they would not be posted on the internet

On top of it all, Wolfe admitted that GirlsDoPorn co-owner Michael James Pratt, 39, whom authorities are still searching for, operated a website called pornwikileaks.com with identifying information and social media accounts for some women being filmed. The website was dedicated to “exposing” the true identities of the women appearing in those sex videos, “causing the victims to be subjected to severe harassment,” the DOJ said in a press release.

Source fox news

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