Hunter Moore is an American convicted criminal who has a net worth of $2 million. Moore is mostly known as “The Most Hated Man on The Internet” by Rolling Stone. He is widely recognized for creating the revenge porn website ‘Is Anyone Up?’
It ran from 2010 until 2012, that the FBI began investigating Moore after receiving evidence that the mother of one of the victims. Moore hired a hacker to hack into victims’ email accounts and steal private images to post online.
He later sold his site to an anti-bullying group called “BullyVille.com” Moore also described himself as “a professional life ruiner” comparing himself to Charles Manson.
Moore was sentenced to two years and six months in jail, a $2,000 fine, and $145.70 in restitution after pleading guilty to felony charges of aggravated identity theft and aiding and abetting in unauthorized computer access in 2015 and released in 2017.
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Hunter Moore was born on March 9th, 1986 in Sacramento, California. Moore attended Woodland High School before dropping out at a young age. He is said to have a framed T-shirt from his first professional endeavor in his room.
He founded the T-shirt company in the eighth grade, after being expelled from a private Christian school. He worked as a DJ before becoming famous for developing and running a revenge porn site.
The infamous – ‘Is Anyone Up?’
Moore created the website in 2010 with the intention of it being a nightlife website, but after he and several pals received sexually explicit images from ladies they were hooking up with at the time and the site was renamed Is Anyone Up?
Moore’s website allowed users to upload sexual and explicit images of people online without their consent, typically accompanied by personal information such as their names and residences.
He refused to remove photographs even upon asking and its content subsequently became known as “revenge porn.” The website was online for 16 months, during which time he declared that he was protected by the same laws that protect FB.
Moore sold the website in 2012 to an anti-bullying website named BullyVille.com after the FBI investigation. In 2013, a defamation suit was filed against Moore after he allegedly called McGibney a “paedophile” and threatened to rape his wife.
Charlotte Laws, the mother of one of the victims, spent two years gathering evidence from over 40 victims and turning it over to the FBI. Moore and a colleague hacker named Charles Evens were suspected of hacking-related offences in 2012.
It was when nude images and videos were posted on the website isanyoneup.com. He eventually faced multiple lawsuits and an FBI investigation. A woman featured on the site also stabbed him in the shoulder with a pen.
Hunter Moore also threatened to burn down The Village Voice’s headquarters if they published an article regarding his FBI probe but ran the story regardless of the threat.
Guilty Plea and Arrest
Moore was arrested in 2014 on accusations of conspiracy, unauthorized access to a protected computer, and aggravated identity theft. He was freed from the Sacramento County Jail two days later on a $100,000 bond.
He was legally obliged to destroy the archives he owns for the Is Anyone Up? database and the FBI was watching him do it. In 2015, exactly one year after his imprisonment, posts began to appear on his Twitter account.
It indicated that he had returned to the internet. Moore entered a guilty plea in 2015 to charges of aggravated identity theft and encouraging unauthorized access to a computer and was sentenced to three years of supervised release.
It was after serving 2.5 years in federal prison. In 2017, Moore was freed from jail. His colleague, Charles Evens also admitted to taking hundreds of photos from women’s email accounts and selling them to Moore.
Where is Hunter Moore Now?
Moore’s whereabouts are unknown to the general public most likely due to his exclusion from several social media platforms, including Facebook but he reportedly lives in New York presently.
Moore also stated in Substream Magazine that he planned to compose Electronic Dance Music (EDM) music after he was freed from prison, and he later released “Make The Internet Great Again.”
In 2018, he also wrote a book entitled ‘Is Anyone Up!?’ The Story of Revenge Porn,’ and recounted the behind-the-scenes story of his website. He is still active on Twitter with 4k followers.
In April 2022, he sent out a tweet that said he had spent his time behind bars and is living his life peacefully and he doesn’t owe anyone anything thus, he won’t apologize for anything.
Moore is the subject of Netflix’s new bombshell documentary, The Most Hated Man on the Internet, which was recently got released in July 2022. Does the documentary follow a mother who decides to take down Is Anyone Up?
It was a revenge p*rn site where pictures of her daughter were posted. On July 15, he also shared the documentary’s trailer with the remark “LOL.” Moore was dubbed a “sad little loser” by one of them.
Hunter Moore‘s Biography
|Hunter Edward Moore
|38 Years Old
|In Feet – 5 Feet 10 Inches
In Meters – 1.78 m
In Centimeters – 178 cm
|In Kilograms – 75 Kg
In Pounds – 165 lbs
|Father – Edward “Ed” Moore
Mother – Jeanette Moore
Sisters – N/A
Brothers – Erman Gökçe
|Kirra Hughes (ex)
“I’m gonna sound like the most evil motherf***er-let’s be real for a second: If somebody killed themselves over [being on the site]? Do you know how much money I’d make? At the end of the day, I do not want anybody to hurt themselves. But if they do? Thank you for the money.”– Hunter Moore
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Hunter Moore’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million in 2024. Moore is reportedly the wealthiest criminal and the illegal porn website he founded provided him with all of his riches.
Moore founded IsAnyoneUp.com in 2010 after spending all of his money partying. He first launched the site to share his wild partying adventures, but when that failed to get traction, that’s when everything went sideways.
In addition, he made $8000 to $13000 monthly in ad revenue attracting 30 million page views per month. Though his fortune must have been affected by all the legal issues he had been through.
Moore’s book, which he wrote after his release from prison, is also expected to make him extra money. He may also make lots of money from the Netflix docuseries, The Most Hated Man on the Internet.
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