News producers, TV producers and film producers are beginning to take the spotlight in the news, but it’s actually for sex crimes, and often those are with children. The latest to be arrested, charged and sentenced for operating a prostitution service is Dillon Jordan, producer of such films as Skin, The Kindergarten Teacher and The Kid.
FOX News has the story.
A California movie producer was sentenced in New York City to the maximum five years in prison Thursday after he admitted operating a high-end prostitution service for seven years, providing women to wealthy clients for up to $15,000 and organizing sex parties in the U.S. and abroad.
Dillon Jordan, of Lake Arrowhead, California, was sentenced in Manhattan. U.S. District Judge John P. Cronan said he would have imposed a longer prison sentence if he had the authority to do so, citing the permanent physical and emotional scars the women sustained.
Jordan pleaded guilty to a conspiracy count and five years was the maximum sentence available.
Prosecutors said Jordan operated the business from 2010 to 2017 through a purported party and event planning company and his actual movie production company.
They said in a presentence submission that Jordan tried to parlay his prostitution business to produce legitimate movies, since several investors and well-known producers were also clients of his prostitution ring. At least one client invested $250,000 in Jordan’s movie projects, they said.
Jordan is listed among dozens of producers on films including the 2018 film “The Kindergarten Teacher,” which featured Maggie Gyllenhaal, and the 2019 movie “The Kid,” which starred Ethan Hawke.
While I’m pretty sure 5 years in prison is not justice, at the very least, he got the maximum sentence for being one who was involved in “human beings sold as slaves” (Revelation 18:13).
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