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23 results:'s Jeffrey Hurant Begins Prison Term founder Jeffrey Hurant turned himself into authorities yesterday to begin a six-month prison term. Founder Sentenced to 6 Months in Prison

A federal judge today sentenced founder Jeffrey Hurant to a six-month prison term. CEO Challenges Sentencing Recommendation

A federal judge has ordered a sentencing hearing on Wednesday for founder Jeffrey Hurant.

Sentencing Delayed for Founder

A federal judge has agreed to a request by the Justice Department to reschedule the sentencing of founder Jeffrey Hurant. Owner Faces Sentencing Hearing on Friday

The former owner of, who pleaded guilty in October to promoting prostitution, will be sentenced by a federal judge on Friday. Owner Pleads Guilty to Promoting Prostitution

The former owner of pleaded guilty Friday to promoting prostitution. CEO Plea Deal to Be Revealed Oct. 7

A federal judge next month will hear details over a plea agreement between prosecutors and Jeffrey Hurant, the former owner of who was indicted on charges of running a website promoting prostitution.

Former CEO Finalizing Plea Deal

Jeffrey Hurant, the former owner of, is finalizing a plea agreement with federal prosecutors after his indictment for promoting prostitution, his attorney told the court this week.

FSC Calls on Attorney General to Drop Charges Against Rentboy Founder

The Free Speech Coalition issued a statement today over the Justice Department’s prosecution of Rentboy founder Jeffrey Hurant.

Charges Dropped Against 6 Employees

Criminal charges have been dropped against six employees of CEO Pleads Not Guilty

Jeffrey Hurant, the former CEO of the gay escort website, pleaded not guilty this morning to promoting prostitution and money laundering, but he is trying to cut a deal with federal prosecutors.

Rentboy CEO Indicted on Money Laundering, Prostitution Charges founder and CEO Jeffrey Hurant has been indicted on charges of money laundering and promoting prostitution.

RentBoy Sells Contents of Former Offices to Raise Legal Defense Funds is raising legal defense funds to fight prostitution charges, by selling the contents of its former Manhattan offices, which were raided by federal agents and the NYPD on August 25.

Manhunt Founder Joins Board Fighting for Rights

Jonathan Crutchley, founding partner and owner of the gay brands Manhunt and Jack’d, has joined the advisory board of the National Coalition of Rent Boys and Allies, an organization advocating for the legal rights of male escort workers. Protests Planned This Weekend in S.F., L.A.

Scores of protesters demonstrated in front of the federal courthouse in Brooklyn Thursday over prostitution charges filed last week against those operating gay escort website

Protest Slated Over Prosecutions

A rally and demonstration has been slated to take place tomorrow afternoon outside the federal courthouse in downtown Brooklyn in an effort to denounce the prosecution of the CEO and staff of

FSC Makes Statement About Raid, Arrests

Today, Diane Duke, the FSC’s CEO, called for industry support for RentBoy's CEO and staff and asked for those in the biz to donate to their legal defense fund.

After Raid, a Legal Defense Fund Is Started Up for

The move to go after the gay hookup listing site, which has been in business for more than 15 years, has infuriated many who have vocalized that the raid was reminiscent of bathhouse raids and gay-bar roundups from the 1960s and ‘70s. Offices Raided; CEO, 6 Employees Arrested

Federal agents today raided the Manhattan headquarters of after a criminal complaint was unsealed, alleging the male escort service’s CEO and six employees conspired to violate the Travel Act by promoting prostitution.’s ‘Cash4Class’ Scholarship Fund Kicks Off, the largest site for male escorts, today announced its Cash4Class scholarship, offering a $1,500 prize to a current male student who does sex work of any type — from porn to escorting and dancing.