YUE VANG SENTENCED TO 43 YEARS IN PRISON FOR SEXTORTION CASE WITH OVER 1,100 YOUNG VICTIMS
ASKING OTHER VICTIMS TO COME FORWARD
REFERENCE: YUE VANG
Yue Vang, 31-years-old from Minnesota, was one of the most prolific sextortion perpetrators in the U.S. with more than 1,100 victims, mostly female ages 12 to 17 years old.
Vang used more than 75 different online accounts and was communicating using multiple sign-on identities. Vang used many different apps including the most common: Snapchat, Skype, Kik, etc, but he also used two new dating and chatroom sites, Yubo and Hoop.
During this Million Kids Insider Alert, we include important “takeaways” for parents and teens including the importance of reporting online exploitation. When a young girl from Ohio reported the exploitation, it began an investigation that resulted in finding more than a thousand of young girls who had been exploited and victimized by Yue Vang.
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