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Webe Web representatives defended the business model, denying the sites were aimed at pedophiles, but the controversy snowballed, and soon the company was featured in unflattering spots on national news programs like “Dateline NBC” and “Oprah.” The sites also attracted the attention of Rep.Mark Foley, R-Fla., who in 2002 introduced a bill called the Child Modeling Exploitation Prevention Act to attempt to tighten restrictions on the sale of photographs of minors.“It was really hard.” Once they left, the woman said she “went straight to the FBI” in Birmingham and told them what Pierson had done.Authorities seek other photographers It is not known how many children Pierson photographed for Webe Web, but Martin said he was responsible for about 30 percent of the photos on the 60 or so sites that the company hosted from the Netherlands and has told prosecutors that the company paid him 0,000 for his work.He said he knows of two girls who started out as teen “models” on such Web sites that graduated into adult pornography after they turned 18. The damage isn’t exclusive to the children, said the woman who told authorities about Pierson.“It’s not just that she’s feeling embarrassment and feeling used. She said she remains wracked with guilt because she didn’t sense that she was putting her daughter at risk until it was too late.Now, she said, the girl is fearful of being alone with men and recently broke down when a male doctor sought to examine her.
Photographer Jeff Pierson of Brookwood, Ala., also was charged with two counts of using a computer to “transport child pornography in interstate commerce” from January 2003 through 2004.
The operators of dozens of teen and preteen “modeling sites” that critics say are nothing more than eye candy for pedophiles have been indicted by a federal grand jury in Alabama for allegedly trafficking in “visual depictions of minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct.” The indictment, unsealed this week in Birmingham, Ala., charges Webe Web Corp.
of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and its principals, Marc Evan Greenberg and Jeffrey Robert Libman, with 80 counts of conspiracy and interstate trafficking of the images of teen and preteen girls on dozens of Web sites operated by the company.
New laws needed, advocate says “Just winning a case is not going to affect anything unless this brings to light what’s going on,” said Austen, who also runs the Thursday’s Child hot line for teenage runaways.
He also said that while some defend the “modeling” sites as harmless, they desensitize the young girls to sex.
But on the second visit, she said, Pierson kept her out of the studio, asking her to remain in an adjacent room where she could see him but not her daughter. The woman said she sat chatting with the photographer and his wife during the daylong shoot and had no inkling what was going on until she walked into the studio when Pierson had left the room for a moment and saw her daughter wearing only a thong and a halter top.