Many of you are certainly asking, "Who the hell is Hunter Moore?" The Awl's lengthy piece about Moore should tell you more than you need to know about the tattooed entrepreneur and his smutty website IsAnyoneUp.com. In short, the site is filled with NSFW nude pics that were once private on someone's smart phone... until an angry ex decided to send them to Moore, and then he finds out who the person is via Facebook, Twitter, and anything else online and effectively "exposes" who these people are and gets some dough. Yes, this is apparently legal.
For those who already frequent the site and know what a SIF is, it will come as a great joy (or serious dismay) that Moore and his buddy Carlos Jacome (and what we'd assume are some very tough bodyguards) are hosting a New Year's Eve party at the Speakeasy Lounge in Lake Worth.
Of course, if you're the sort of person who puts elaborate costumes on
your vagina before making it sing along to a Jacuzzi Boys song, this is
probably a party you'd enjoy.
There isn't too much on the Facebook invite that tells you what will transpire at this party. Well, one guy left "8======D~~~~~~~" as a comment.
Aside from Moore and Jacome "hosting, djing, and getting trashed," you can expect DJing by Miami's SLDGHMR.
And, if it's not already apparent, whatever you do at this party will end up on the internet forever.
IsAnyoneUp.com New Year's Eve Party. 8 p.m. Saturday, December 31 at Speakeasy Lounge, 129 N. Federal Highway, Lake Worth. Tickets cost $15 for 18+; $10 for 21+. Click here.
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