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KANSAS CITY —, a site that for years offered nude photos and videos of female servicemembers, has been shut down by its operators as the site’s legal counsel reviews its content.

The site’s closure, which occurred Friday, came one day after Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill, the ranking Democrat for the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, called for the Defense Department’s inspector general to investigate the site.

“HMG is currently offline,” the site said Friday. “We are having our lawyers review the entire site to ensure it does not violate any laws due to a request for an investigation into the website. We strongly disagree with any kind of revenge posting and have [gone] to great lengths to delete anything close to this.”

By Monday, site operators removed that message and parked the domain, along with its affiliated domain, Both sites appear to have anonymous registrations through GoDaddy. featured nude images of servicemembers and their partners wearing U.S. military uniforms, McCaskill said.  

McCaskill’s office said in a statement that she lauded the news the site had been taken down but still sought a federal probe.

“Sen. McCaskill is going to continue her calls for an investigation until we get to the bottom of what happened in this case and ensure that our servicemembers and their families aren’t being exploited,” the statement said.

XBIZ was unable to reach HotMilitaryGirls’ operators for comment about the site closures.