Thursday, December 13, 2012
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Brandi Passante, a star of A&E's Storage Wars, has launched a legal attack against Hunter Moore, a controversial porn peddler who has been featured on Anderson Cooper's talk show, Fox News and throughout the media.
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Moore is best known for IsAnyoneUp.com, a website that Gawker once said was capitalizing on a new genre of erotica called "stalker porn," featuring nude cell phone pics often submitted by a subject's ex-boyfriend, alongside screenshots of the subject's Facebook profile. Last year, the website prompted Facebook to send Moore a cease-and-desist letter, and in April, his website was shut down.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Brandi Passante wants the world to know that she won't get naked and give anybody a virus. And she's willing to go to court to prove it.
Passante, a buyer on the A&E reality show "Storage Wars," filed suit in U.S. District Court in Central California last week against Hunter Moore, former operator of the website Is Anyone Up, claiming that he published fake photos and video purporting to depict Passante in pornographic situations.
And, perhaps worse, the suit alleges, the video placed a virus on viewers' computers.
According to the suit, Passante first became aware that there were fake porn images of her floating around on the web earlier this month, when she received a tweet reading, "Love the pics" from Is Anyone Up's Twitter account.
Schulz's business partner is his girlfriend, Brandi Passante, who producers quickly integrated into the show once they saw the tension between she and Jarrod over how much money they should bid on various units – and how Jarrod often ignores her. Every week, it seems, the very future of their year-old store – if not their relationship – hangs in the balance. But whatever their tension, it is dwarfed by that between Jarrod and Dave, the wealthier and more experienced secondhand dealer who routinely outbids Jarrod, seemingly just for sport, or for spite.
As they're in their first season, I decided to pay each a visit. Maybe I'd find a new set of OC reality TV stars to mock, ala the "Housewives." However: Dave doesn't seem as big a jerk as on TV; Jarrod doesn't seem as hapless and naive; and Brandi doesn't seem quite the shrew. Pity.