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GirlsDoPorn.com Owners & Employees Charged With Sex Trafficking

Posted in Press on November 15, 2019

Federal Sex Trafficking Charges Leveled Against Four Individuals

On Thursday, October 10, four key figures in the GirlsDoPorn.com case were charged with lying to and coercing young women into appearing in sex videos. These include owner Michael Pratt, owner and chief videographer Matthew Wolfe, administrative assistant Valerie Moser, and male performer Ruben “Andre” Garcia. If found guilty, they could be facing life in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Stokes O’Brien partner John O’Brien has been among the attorneys representing the 22 female plaintiffs in the trial. For the latest details on the case, read national and local press below.

United States Department of Justice

GirlsDoPorn Owners and Employees Charged in Sex Trafficking Conspiracy – Oct 10, 2019

Rolling Stone

Porn Company Owner, Employees Charged With Sex Trafficking – Oct 11, 2019

Vice

‘Girls Do Porn’ Employees Charged With Sex Trafficking, Potentially Face Life in Prison – Oct 11, 2019

NBC News

“Girls Do Porn” Website Owners, Employees Charged With Sex Trafficking And Conspiracy – Oct 10, 2019

San Diego Union-Tribune

Four linked to porn website indicted on federal sex trafficking charges – Oct 10, 2019

For the previous post concerning this trial, click here. For more information on this and other legal matters, please feel free to contact our office.

Last updated on October 16, 2019