SAN DIEGO (AP) -- A San Diego man charged with running a revenge-porn site where people posted nude pictures of their exes has been convicted of more than two dozen felony charges.
Kevin Bollaert was found guilty Monday of identity theft and extortion.
It's one of the first convictions under a new California law that outlawed revenge porn.
Authorities say Bollaert ran a website where people posted explicit images of their ex-lovers and their names and hometowns without consent, and a second website the victims could contact to have the images removed -- for a fee of up to $350.
Authorities say Bollaert made tens of thousands of dollars.
In court, Bollaert's lawyer, Emily Rose-Weber, argued that the business may have been immoral, but it wasn't illegal.