California Man Facing 100 Years in Prison for Blackmailing Women on Skype for Nude Photos

California Man Facing 100 Years in Prison for Blackmailing Women on Skype for Nude Photos

A California man is looking at a 100-year prison sentence after being arrested for hacking into the email and social media accounts of 350 women and blackmailing them for nude photos.

Karen "Gary" Kazaryan of Glendale, California was accused of hacking women's Facebook and Skype accounts in hopes of finding nude and semi-nude photos of them. Kazaryan would also pose as a friend of his victims and persuade them to strip for him while on Skype. After the women discovered the identify of the 27-year-old pervert he would blackmail them with their nude photos and force them to strip again to stop him from revealing their private photos to the public. 

Over 3,000 photos were discovered on Kazaryan's computer after his arrest. He is facing 15 counts of computer intrusion and 15 counts of aggravated identity theft and if convicted on all counts he will received 105 years of prison time. 

[via Huffington Post]

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