What Has Happened to Charlie?

What Has Happened to Charlie? ...

Hunter Moore, the subject of the new Netflix documentary The Most Hated Man on the Internet, is a larger-than-life figure. In 2010, Moore launched IsAnyoneUp.com, a website that hosted nude photos often submitted without the subjects' consent. In 2014, Moore faced legal challenges and embraced his public reputation as a scumbag. According to The Guardian, he lied about being a professional life ruiner and he claimed to have shown a picture of his dick to a

Charlie Evens was arrested along with Moore in 2014, and he later told CNN that he met Moore by hacking his email at random; Moore later reached out to him with a suggestion. He didnt know that soon he would be sucked fully into Moores universe or how deeply he would regret it after the fact.

What happened between Charlie Evens and Hunter Moore?

Moore and Evens began working together on October 27, 2011, according to The L.A. Times, presumably not long after Evens hacked into Moores' email account. Evens would have been around 21 at the time.

Moore instructed Evens to hack as many Google and Yahoo email accounts as possible in exchange for cash, according to the prosecution's subsequent indictment. Moore sent to defendant Evens an e-mail stating that he is employing defendant Evens and instructing defendant Evens to use an anonymous PayPal account to avoid detection of their scheme and connection to each other.

Evens claims that Moore's payments were modest: It's terrifying how quickly I would give up my values for so little. It was just pay. It's just as good as the women. But as he explained, he was in a worse place at the time that Moore made his offer: the job would come with money.

Evens said to CNN that the program lasted for four months, although he did not explain why he paused working for Moore.

Did Charlie Evens go to jail?

Moore and Evens were charged with conspiracy, aggravated identity theft, and unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information in January of 2014. According to The L.A. Times, Evens had agreed to a plead guilty to identity theft and computer hacking. He was sentenced to 25 months in prison, 20 hours community service, and a $2,000 fine.

If the CNN interview, given around this time, shows that Evens was haunted by Moore's work. "Every day, I struggle with," he told the network. "I just do the work." Im not revealing all of these cliches, but they are for a reason. I'll tell you how I'll make amends to all these women. Nothing I can say will ever be enough.

What happened to Charlie Evens?

Evens was freed from prison in November, but has remained unsurprisingly quiet. According to The Cinemaholic, he currently lives in Studio City, California, and works in sales.

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