Missouri Man Tricked Women into Filming Fake Porn Vids With Him, Then Sent Them to Their Loved Ones

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A Missouri man tricked dozens of women into having sex with him for what they thought were porn videos. He then intimidated those women online, sending the explicit footage to their loved ones and employers.

33-year-old Mario Ambrose Antoine is alleged to have used numerous aliases and fake businesses to “audition” women for porn sites that didn’t exist.

He’d promised some of them tens of thousands of dollars.

The former wedding photographer ran the elaborate web of deception around Kansas City beginning in 2011.

He often contacted them online pretending to be “Nikki,” a porn talent agent. He, as Nikki, would then arrange for them to meet with a porn actor; himself.

His porn name was “Mario Sixstring,” which was his stage name from his time as a failed country singer.

He promised the women up to $33,000 for filming a single video, and told them that the videos would end up on a foreign website with “ZERO chance anyone will ever find out,” according to an affidavit.

He even made them sign contracts and release forms, assuring them that their checks would arrive soon.

If any of them complained when their money didn’t arrive, he’d terrorize them.

He told one woman he’d sell her footage unless she either paid him $9,000 or had sex with him again. She chose the sex. When she later saw him to verify he’d deleted the footage, they had sex yet again. The brazen pervert secretly recorded it.

In another instance, he’d told a woman that her video would be sold to a revenge porn website unless she filmed another scene with him.

“If anyone ever Googles your name, they could probably find it,” he wrote to her. “Like job interviews in the future. Are you going to risk this shit getting out?”

He sent another woman’s video to her boyfriend and told him that he’d now be known as “the dude who has a porn star girlfriend.”

He even forged federal employment and tax forms as part of his elaborate scheme.

He’s been charged with 21 federal counts, including cyberstalking, online enticement and extortion, and is being held in federal custody for a detention hearing on Thursday.

If he’s convicted, he faces over 300 years in prison.

 

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