Hunter Moore is a pig. I’ve hated him since day one. I didn’t know too much about him, except for the fact that he was twitter famous and encouraged girls to send him naked pictures, and he’d post them for all the world to see. He also promoted bullying and bashing other people based on their appearance. Overall, he’s disgusting.
So, unless you live under a rock, you know that he’s in FBI custody. Hell to the yeah. Turns out he’s the one who started isanyoneup.com, which originally started with posting band member’s naked pictures. This caused a lot of controversy- A Day To Remember even refused to play a show knowing that Moore was going to be in the audience. It’s made and broken some musicians’ careers, and caused a lot of trouble. However, it then ended up just being a revenge-porn site. If you don’t hate him by now, just keep seeing how this all unfolds.
After posting a multitude of nude photos of both musicians and fans alike, isanyoneup was inevitably shut down in 2012. However, that didn’t keep Moore from continuing his repulsive pattern of behavior. He kept posting pictures and manipulating people, creating something called “The Family”.
However, he’s now in FBI custody- he’s practically under house arrest, living with his parents. He’s a 27 year old boy. His partner, Charles Evens, hacked computers to get naked pictures to sell to Moore. So, all in all, they’ve been taken care of, and even though they won’t learn their lessons, hopefully they get punished heavily.
Moral of the story? Don’t take or send naked pictures, and don’t support misogynistic people who objectify women, and ridicule though who they do not consider ‘up to par.’
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