Andrew Christian
August 25, 2015

OMFG RentBoy.com Raided By FBI — You All Are Fucked


We'll keep this simple. RentBoy.com was raided by the FBI. The CEO and its employees were arrested! The raid was kinda epic as the servers are down, leading us to believe the site was hosted locally. YASS BITCH! They have YOUR data!

FYI: Between 2010 and 2015, Rentboy.com had more than $10 million. More than $1.4 million from six bank accounts was seized in connection with the probe, according to court documents.

Usually, large site like these depend on hosted data centers like RackSpace or CloudFlare, which would require additional subpoenas to aquire but we have a feeling the Feds got all your info very easily.

So if you're a RentBoy (AKA prostitute) or a past customer, be prepared to lawyer up! THIS IS GONNA BE BAD! The evidence is in their hands! Your digital prostitution records are now being reviewed!

Let this be a warning to competitive sites — they're cumming for you!

We'd love to be on the team that gets to filter through the private pics! LOL this is the best gay darma we've seen in awhile!

On a more serious note, how the fuck is anyone going to pay THE RENT this month? If your friends start getting evicted, you'll know their true occupation on the 1st!

In other news...nobody over 40 is getting laid this evening.

UPDATE: READ THE FULL AFFIDAVIT HERE >>> http://bit.ly/1Ju8dzH


xxxo
Black Prune & Lil' Nestly 



23 comments :

  1. FINALLY

    THE RHODES BROS WILL BE CAUGHT!!!!

    THERE IP IS RECORDED FROM ALL THEIR PROSTITUION!!!

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    1. Brandon Wilde exchanged sex for a sushi dinner.

      How can you even be in the same room with that hooker?

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  2. With all the recent hackings and government raids, I feel like the entire Internet is just one big 20 year long entrapment scheme.

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  3. LMAO, this will better than the recent Ashley Madison hack!

    Here is the official complaint and affidavit document for the arrest warrants:

    https://tribwpix.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/rentboy-complaint-redacted.pdf

    Several hookers are called out by name and also mentions links for associated websites such as daddysreviews.com.

    They are screwed in more ways than one.

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  4. Quick buy stock in BACKPAGE. I see their sales increasing. Even if Visa and MasterCard aren't accepted. LOL There's always AMEX.

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  5. So close to the 1st. of the month. i smell deals happening on A4A.

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  6. The funny part is cake meth, I mean moss, is going on rants about how fucked the escorts are, but the reality is, she's pissed she never was successful in the site. BTW, how is it possible she continues to get fatter when her method intake is growing???

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  7. Ha. In truth, the site never let escorts use verbage to elude to a sexual act for money. So the escorts are basically safe. Tehy were advertising copanionship for a fee, that's legal. They have to be ACTUALLY caught in the act of exchanging a sexual act for money to be considered "prostitution" (which is a misdemeanor, not a felony..the feds aren't coming after hookers.. the money, time, manpower etc.. would be crazy and not even worth it even if they could.) in order the "snare" an escort, they have to first book an appointment with them, then after meeting ask them "how much for X"? Then when they respond and its caught on camera or a wire, then they have them. Otherwise it's just fantasy. (Some people do have paying for sex fantasies in their head and never actually do it..thats not a crime.) The CLIENTS on the other hand, their information might be more delicate and they may want to consider legal advice.. but only if you're a public official, celebrity etc.. Just for dagame control just in case...

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  8. Ha. In truth, the site never let escorts use verbage to elude to a sexual act for money. So the escorts are basically safe. Tehy were advertising copanionship for a fee, that's legal. They have to be ACTUALLY caught in the act of exchanging a sexual act for money to be considered "prostitution" (which is a misdemeanor, not a felony..the feds aren't coming after hookers.. the money, time, manpower etc.. would be crazy and not even worth it even if they could.) in order the "snare" an escort, they have to first book an appointment with them, then after meeting ask them "how much for X"? Then when they respond and its caught on camera or a wire, then they have them. Otherwise it's just fantasy. (Some people do have paying for sex fantasies in their head and never actually do it..thats not a crime.) The CLIENTS on the other hand, their information might be more delicate and they may want to consider legal advice.. but only if you're a public official, celebrity etc.. Just for dagame control just in case...

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  9. Oh please. Your "legal analysis" is naive as hell. Their attempts to avoid explicit sexual service statements were *weak*. Any judge or jury (*especially* in NY) will see right through that. Remember, NY has a loooooong history of pimps, prostitutes, and escorts pulling all kinds of verbal shenanigans for sexual services. Decades ago Johns would pull up in their cars with: "Is there an ice cream shop around here? I have a littlle extra money and I want to enjoy a scoop of vanilla and a scoop of chocolate in my hotel room." If judges can throw all parties involved in jail for THAT then they can certainly throw rentboy.com operators in jail. Read the affidavit! And as far as the escorts are concerned. This is like Ashley Madison. The feds and the cops now have "hard" (pun intended) evidence from those servers and transaction logs to bust them if/when needed over the next few years (until the statute of limitations kicks in).

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    1. Ha, sorry, It's not "weak." There's no crime done unless it's actually being done and you're caught in the act. You can't arrest someone for robbing a bank because they just thought about it, or a rapist because they thought about raping someone...an escort has to ACTUALLY be caught soliciting to be arrested. There's no potential crime police or thought police. That's why they can't arrest street hookers until they get them in the car and proposition them and they AGREE to taking money for sex. Then they have a crime and can be arrested. So Escorts are safe unless they proposition or solicit a cop, then they're not. THE "PIMPS" i.e. rentboy.com owners and workers in the office are in a different ball game. Who knows what evidence they have on them...federal crimes like money laundering, pandering intrastate etc... prostitution itself is a minor misdemeanor for the hooker with just a fine paid usually and no jail time, but running a brothel, evading taxes maybe, transferring/hiding millions from banks is a different kettle of fish.

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    2. I believe this is why other websites such as daddysreviews.com were implicated in the complaint document so the Feds can connect all the dots for pursuing evaded tax revenue if they choose to go down that road. The reviews definitely describe in explicit detail how much was earned per hour (or by overnight/weekend) by the escort and which sex acts were performed.

      Example: http://www.daddysreviews.com/cruise/newest/alec_andrews_la

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    3. Again, there's no proof of it happening. The escort could say they never met that person and they made up the review. And if the reviewer said he just made it up as a fantasy (which they most likely would) I mean you have no evidence. They would've had to of recorded the session on camera and the tape found of the money exchange and then the sex act taking place. It's a VERY hard crime to prosecute, which is why it's even a misdemeanor even when caught. Also, it takes A LOT of money to hire lawyers for the Federal DHS to try to win cases of state misdemeanor prostitution? No, they'll go after the millions of dollars RentBoy.com has, but sorry there's no time, money, resources to go after the individual hookers...esp, with no hard evidence to go on. It's a losing battle.. you don't go after the fish, you try to hook and reel in the fisherman.

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    4. You make some valid points, but that doesn't mean the Feds will not hand over the seized data to the IRS for possible review. The data contains billing and address info for all escorts who used credit cards for the monthly membership payments on Rentboy. If they see an opportunity to perform tax return audits, they will grab it.

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    5. Sure, if they decided to hand anything over to the IRS they could potentially audit random individuals. But getting two federal agencies to communicate with each other is always a nightmare... the house and senate don't even talk lol.. The FBI and CIA are notorious for non-communication to the point that the FBI said the CIA held back information that could've helped thwart 9/11....escorts are small fries is all I'm saying. They're not millionaires making tons of cash. I wouldn't say most of them do it as their main income source either. It would just be a lot of time wasting. But sure, in theory could the IRS audit a hooker.. I guess.. if they have no assets though, no car, no house etc..and just used escort income to pay the rent and bills there's not much to go on. There MAY be a handful of escorts worth going after who are making hundreds of thousands a year, I dunno.. I don't think thats the norm though for most of the guys on there.

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    6. Wow. Lots of stuff to reply to… For starters, replying to the 8:20am comments: You are still being naïve. “,,,,There's no crime done unless it's actually being done and you're caught in the act…” Oh so it’s not a crime unless the cops come in while you have your dick in an ass or mouth and a wad of cash in your hand?? No! Solicitation can occur by just meeting and having some sort of acknowledgement of pay or a rate for likely sexual service. If I walked up to a guy on the corner and said, “I’ll give you $50 for me to suck your cock, right now (or in a room) and the other person either agrees or meets you in a room” then that is solicitation even though no sexual service has occurred. Look here:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solicitation#United_States
      or here
      http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/solicitation.html
      or dozens of other spots. Now of course both parties can later deny they ever talked or whatever….but if law enforcement has the transactions logs, emails/posts, billing names, and financial charges all for a certain time frame then they can still pop you (pun intended). Tax evasion and running a brothel charges are all icing on the cake compared to the main “running a national criminal enterprise” charges. The main characters on the affidavit are the targets…..all the johns and escorts are only in trouble if can’t stay lawfully abiding citizens until the statute of limitations run out.
      Solicitation and prostitution are NOT hard to prosecute (plus these are federal charges…..generally feds don’t do anything legally unless they KNOW they will win. I almost feel sorry for everyone who worked for rentboy. Even if they get free of the charges they will each probably have at least a $50k legal bill (or about 150 customers) ;)

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    7. I agree that you could try to prosecute an individual escort but again if there's no actual proof of the act happening it just makes it a lot harder to do so, (Which is why you see on shows like COPS setting up stings to entrap hookers who are mostly street walking women. They need the actual agreement and exchange to almost happen to clip them, and have it on tape..) Also, it's well known the jails are notoriously overcrowded and they don't prosecute hookers and send them to jail. If arrested they get a fine and let go that day. It's a misdemeanor in most jurisdictions..there's no room for them. Heidi Fleiss was prosecuted for being the Hollywood Madam and running a ring and hiding millions of dolllars tax free. Her girls,... nothing happened to them. Anyways that's not the main issue. The main issue is the owners and the runners of the day to day operations of RB.com since the company allegedly has millions of dollars in many accounts. That's what they want..they could care less about an escort who has no net worth. They're pointless.. it's all about the $$.

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  10. The going rate just dropped in half as of today. Get the deals while you can. Where the fuck is Numbers when you really need it?

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  11. Poor Bennett Anthony, he will have to rely on the street corners to make those coins for his tina fix.

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  12. As expected, many of the escorts from Rentboy have already scurried over to other sites like men4rentnow.com.

    http://www.men4rentnow.com/gay/escort/male/massage/los_angeles/alecandrews/300176 (Adam Simmons)

    They can run, but they can't hide. It's just a matter of time before the Feds investigate this site as well.

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    1. Men 4 Rent and RentMen aren't US based, so the Feds can't really touch them. RentBoy was only based here.

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    2. LMAO, now he's crying that M4RN cancelled his account after taking more than $600 from him. Karma is a bitch. Perhaps now would be a good time to move shop from Stanley Ave. to Santa Monica Blvd?

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    3. #TRUTH

      http://rentmen.com/AlecAndrews

      http://instagram.com/adamesimmons

      http:/rentmen.com/ryanthick

      http://instagram.com/michaelryan310

      http://www.flex4cash.com/flex4cashbb.php?id=288

      http://daddysreviews.com/cruise/newest/alec_andrews_la

      http://www.daddysreviews.com/cruise/2014-03-17/alec_and_ryan_la

      http://alec-andrews.tumblr.com

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