HUNTER Moore – the self-named "professional life ruiner" – was jailed in 2015 for sharing intimate pictures of his victims without their permission.
The convicted sicko is now a free man after being released from a California prison.
Who is Hunter Moore?
Moore, 36, was the owner of IsAnyoneUp.com – a revenge porn that was eventually taken down following a campaign by victims.
The photos were stolen by an hacker working with Moore and the sicko even invited fans to post abusive messages on them.
According to Metro.co.uk, Moore and the hacker shared photos of underage women and ex-girlfriends.
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He was brought down in part by the efforts of Charlotte Laws, who led the campaign against Moore after he leaked nudie pics of her daughter.
Charlotte believes they may have been used because her daughter was Facebook friends with another girl whose pictures were on the site.
During her three-year campaign to bring Moore to justice, she and her daughter were threatened with rape and murder by his “cult” followers — dubbed The Family like the gang led by Sixties serial killer Charles Manson.
Moore relished the distress of his victims and even posted their distraught pleas to take pictures down on his site for trolls to attack.
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A new documentary detailing his arrest is being aired by Netflix and is from the producers of Tinder Swindler and Don't F**k with Cats.
When was he arrested?
The 36-year-old was investigated by the FBI in 2012 after a mother of one of the victims provided evidence against him.
The revenge porn site was closed and sold to an anti-bullying group.
Then in 2015, Hunter pleaded guilty to felony charges of aggravated identity theft and aiding and abetting in the unauthorised access of a computer.
Where is he now?
Moore was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison in 2015, as well as a $2,000 fine and $145.70 in restitution.
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He was released from prison in May 2017, however, a number of fans commenting on the trailer said he was not given enough time.
Since his release, Moore has kept a low profile and is banned from Facebook.
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