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The fracas began as Di Pierro, who was celebrating her birthday, started chatting up a guy who turned out to be Goldfarb’s ex-boyfriend, Di Pierro’s lawyer, Joseph Farella, told The Post.
A sexy Brooklyn reality-star wannabe is suing another woman she says beat her up in a poolside catfight worthy of “Jersey Shore.” Unfortunately for Kristin Di Pierro, 26, the cameras weren’t rolling at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino last September, when, according to court documents, Lauren Goldfarb, of Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, “viciously, maliciously, willfully and wantonly” pounded on the Marine Park stunner.
However, Hawaii's Attorney General David Louie and 45 other attorneys general aren't convinced that this is enough - they have asked the publishers of how the site ensures that it is protecting sex trafficking victims - especially children - from being exploited on through their ads.
Their concern comes after revelations that investigators in Washington state, Missouri and Connecticut have uncovered "hundreds of ads on Backpage.com’s regional sites that are clearly for illegal services." And they have documented more than 50 cases, in 22 states over the last three years that have involving the trafficking - or attempted trafficking - of minors through the web site.“It does not require forensic training to understand that these advertisements are for prostitution,” the attorneys general wrote in a letter to attorneys for
"John Doe 17," a white male with curly brown hair weighing approximately 210-250 pounds, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for transporting child pornography via the Internet on or about May 5, 2007, Acting Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division Rita M. An individual in the newsgroup posted two videos of a perpetrator, John Doe #17, engaged in the sexual exploitation of a pre-pubescent female.
The case arose from an investigation of a global enterprise utilizing newsgroups to trade more than 400,000 images of child pornography.
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“These are only the stories that made it into the news; many more instances likely exist."Calling it a "beacon for human traffickers and easy for them to exploit,” Hawaii Attorney General David Louie said, “It is simply too easy for child sex trafficking to occur on Backpage.com’s site.