A California teen was kidnapped after she and friends tried to lure a man in an amateur underage sex sting gone wrong, authorities said. The group of teenage girls used social media to contact an older man who allegedly was looking to have sex with underage girls, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said in a statement. The group exchanged texts with the man and agreed to meet Sunday near a Starbucks in Vista. Once there, the man convinced a year-old girl to get in his vehicle to talk, then drove off with her in the car, the department said. Robert Dreyfus, 32, faces felony charges of kidnapping and other related offenses. Sheriff's deputies said Dreyfus drove several miles without the teen's consent.
Jones says she is not anti-porn but is concerned for the well-being of young women who think having sex on camera for money might be their quick ticket to fame and success — to a glamorous life. Online pornography is a multibillion-dollar industry with a massive reach. Jones says that pornography used to be more taboo but has seeped into mainstream culture to a troubling degree, where the immediate sexualization of young women in popular culture is the norm.
But on Sunday afternoon, when the sting was supposed to take place, things quickly spiraled out of control. The intended target, year-old Robert Dreyfus, convinced one of the teens to get into his car "to talk," the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said. Then, he drove off with the year-old girl. Amateur sex stings targeting potential predators are a growing trend, and authorities are now pointing to Sunday's alleged kidnapping as a prime example of why they're a bad idea. Though cops soon came to the rescue — the year-old managed to send a text message to her friends, who called — officials warned on Monday, Oct. The social media-fueled phenomenon has become a source of frustration for law enforcement officials nationwide. Loosely inspired by the short-lived but wildly popular NBC show, which was canceled in after a suspect committed suicide, so-called "predator hunters" troll dating sites and apps favored by teens. Using fake photos and identities to pose as underage, they convince their targets to meet them in a public place.
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