More » With just over seven million unique monthly users, e Harmony is the largest dating site focused exclusively on heterosexual, long-term partnerships that (hopefully) lead to marriage.Their free hour-long test is fascinating to help you determine compatibility markers, however, there's zero way to tell if the person you're matched with also has an account, and therefore can reply to your questions.For the current case, Longmire was charged Wednesday in Kitsap County Superior Court with three counts of second-degree extortion with sexual motivation and three counts of possession of child pornography. Kitsap County sheriff’s investigators started their case in January 2017 after being contacted by authorities in California, where a man reported falling victim to the extortion scheme.Metadata on the electronic communications led the California investigators to Kitsap County.Having said that, I've found a larger-than-average number of folks looking only for something casual here (likely due to the lack of time investment needed to join), and I've yet to hear of any successful relationships come out of the site (where readers tell me they've met The One, or something equally special, on the site).More » I freely admit that I'm biased when it comes to Ok Cupid, as it's taken my top spot on my Best Dating Site list for years now.When Kitsap County sheriff’s deputies analyzed seized phones and computer hardware from the Port Orchard house Longmire shares with his mother, they allegedly found multiple images of child pornography unrelated to the extortion scheme.
Christopher Malik “CJ” Longmire, 22, has convictions from Kitsap County Juvenile Court for similar conduct and may have been hiding his identity by using photos of a prior victim when soliciting the “sexts” from men on gay dating sites, according to charging documents.
Authorities allege that Longmire and men he met on the sites agreed to trade videos, However, Longmire would then pose a “hypothetical” question as to what the other man’s family and friends would think if they saw the images, according to charging documents.
When the men would object, court documents allege Longmire would then send the other man screenshots indicating he had located their friends and family and demand the other man send several more videos, outlining specific sex acts he wanted to see performed.
In the next case, from July 2010, Longmire threatened to send nude photos of a classmate to others and say the victim was gay if the victim didn’t send more photos of specific sex acts.
Those sex acts are similar to the sex acts in the latest case.