Man Who Tricked Over a Dozen Women Into Selling Themselves Faces Charges

Man Who Tricked Over A Dozen Women Into Selling Themselves Faces Charges

Trafficking CONSPIRACY – Ring Leader CAUGHT!

( – On July 26, the Department of Justice issued a press release announcing that Matthew Isaac Wolfe pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit sex trafficking by force, fraud, and coercion. He helped operate two adult websites and admitted to his part in a scheme conning women into appearing in sexually explicit videos on his platforms.

Wolfe is the fourth person out of the five charged in the case to enter a plea. The other defendants include Ruben Andre Garcia, Theodore Wilfred Gyi, Valorie Moser, and Michael James Pratt.

The defendant moved to the United States in 2011 to work on one of the sites with Pratt, the operation’s owner. The job involved lying to women to get them to make videos, with promises that nobody in the US would have access and the recordings would never go online.

Wolfe, who admitted to tricking at least 15 victims, also trained others on how to recruit participants through fraudulent means and admitted continuing with the con despite awareness that a site was publishing the private information of participants.

US Attorney Randy Grossman said Wolfe was a predator who took advantage of vulnerable women. US District Judge Janis L. Sammartino set sentencing for October 10. He predator faces up to life in prison.

Likewise, Moser and Gyi entered guilty pleas and await their sentencing hearings. Garcia already received 20 years in prison for his role in the operation.

Pratt remains at large. The FBI posted a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to his arrest.

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