Just weeks after being convicted under a California revenge porn criminal law, revenge porn mogul Kevin Bollaert has been ordered to pay $450,000 in a default judgment. Bollaert was involved in a civil case brought by a 14-year-old girl, and he largely faced counts of child pornography.
Bollaert’s colleague, Eric Chanson, also ran the ugotposted.com revenge porn website. Chanson was commanded to pay the same amount in a judicial order handed down late last month by a federal judge in San Diego, California.
The case against Bollaert was filed on the girl’s behalf by Marc Randazza, a well-known First Amendment lawyer based in Nevada. Randazza previously won a similar default judgment issued by a federal district court judge in Ohio. In that case, a judge ordered Bollaert and Chanson to pay a woman $385,000 for posting sexually explicit images of her on their website. Chanson also partially paid a $330,473.75 default judgment rendered against him in Nevada, which was enough to satisfy his debt, according to a 2014 court document filed by Randazza.
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