MOVIE PRODUCER ARRESTED FOR CHARGES RELATED TO AN INTERNATIONAL PROSTITUTION RING
Dillon Jordan, a California based film producer was recently arrested in San Bernardino and made his initial appearance before a Federal Judge in Riverside. The charges are related to allegations that Jordan ran an international prostitution ring under the names of his production company and events planning company. He was charged in an indictment with conspiracy to violate the Mann Act, along with Mann Act and Travel Act violations and money laundering, “in connection with operating a prostitution business and laundering the proceeds of that prostitution business through two front companies – a purported party and event planning company and an actual movie production company,” prosecutors said in the press release.
Dillon Jordan produced "Skin" and "The Kindergarten Teacher" through Paperchase Films. He allegedly disguised payments for prostitution describing them as fees for modeling appearances, consulting, massage therapy and house parties. The indictment accuses Jordan of maintaining a “roster of women” who “performed sexual acts” for Jordan’s clients around the U.S., including in New York, in exchange for payment.
Dillon Jordan used several aliases: Daniel Jordan, Daniel Maurice Hatton and Daniel Bohler.
Please watch the video. If you have any information related to Dillon Jordan and an International Prostitution Ring, please contact FBI Special Agent in Charge, George M. Crouch Jr in Newark, New Jersey FBI office or contact the National Hotline 1-888-373-7888 and ask them to refer it to FBI- Agent Crouch- Newark, New Jersey.
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