Backpage.com Co-Founder Released From Jail On $1M BondA co-founder of the classified advertising site Backpage.com who has been jailed for the last 10 days on charges of facilitating prostitution was released on a $1 million bond Monday.
Hearing Set For Jailed Backpage Founder In Case Over Sex AdsA hearing is scheduled Monday to determine whether a founder of the advertising site Backpage.com should be released from jail while he awaits trial.
Backpage.com, CEO Plead Guilty In California, TexasThe Dallas-based website Backpage.com pleaded guilty to human trafficking in Texas.
California Pursues New Pimping Charges Against Backpage.comCalifornia's attorney general said Friday that she was pursuing new pimping charges against the operators of Backpage.com, a website that advertises escort services, just two weeks after a judge tossed an earlier case.
California Judge Rejects Charges Involving Major Escort SiteA California judge tentatively rejected pimping charges Wednesday against the operators of a major international website that advertises escort services and was called the "world's top online brothel" by the state attorney general.
Backpage.com CEO Transferred From Texas To California JailThe chief executive of an internet site authorities contend is a hub for the illegal sex trade has been transferred from Texas to a California jail where's he's being held without bail.
Backpage.com CEO Appeared In Court, Extradited To CaliforniaCarl Ferrer didn't fight extradition to California, where he faces pimping charges in an alleged human trafficking case involving the Dallas-based website.
CEO Of Backpage Arrested In Texas On Sex-Trafficking ChargesTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the largest sex trafficking bust ever in Texas today.