Destiny Benedict is a cam model and adult entertainer who is featured in Netflix’s new documentary series, “The Most Hated Man on the Internet.” Hunter Moore created a “revenge porn” website called “Is Anyone Up,” which is the subject of this program. An anti-bullying advocate purchased the domain in late 2014 and redirected it to a website dedicated to fighting bullying. Moore was charged with hacking offenses and sentenced to prison. He now resides in Miami, Florida.
Today, Benedict creates adult material to share on the internet. She’s also on Twitter. She now goes by the name “Destiny Brat.”She has a blog about the Netflix series on which she posted an article. In one tweet, she mentioned, “To clear up the many questions about the kind of phone ‘butt hole girl’ used. It was an og Galaxy S. ❤️ .” Who Is Cam Girl, Destiny Benedict: Now.
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In The Most Hated Man on the Internet, Destiny Benedict recounts how she became connected with Hunter Moore and IsAnyoneUp through an interview. When she was 19, she met Moore, and his popularity and presence inspired her as well as many others to want his approval. After a friend suggested that she pursue a career in webcaming, she decided to try this because she wanted to be more independent and move out of her mother’s home.
She began to make money for herself and her children, but when she sent nudes to IsAnyoneUp in the hopes of increasing her profile and attracting visitors, things got complicated. She requested that he take down the photographs of her children, but he refused, so she felt that adding more photos would be a good method to push them away.
In the documentary interview, she states, “My children’s fathers knew about my photos on the site and fought that my presence in their lives would harm their children. As a result, this sparked a depression spiral.”
Destiny Benedict Children
Benedict stated in an additional message that she was “exposed to a lot of manipulating men and others” as a youngster. “My family on my father’s side distanced themselves from me because of the butthole girl stuff, forming an alliance with my children’s fathers who helped raise them,’” she went on.
According to the woman, she began using alcohol after meeting a guy at an “IAU,” Moore’s revenge porn website. That’s what it’s called in plain English. On Twitter, McKinnon wrote a lengthy essay about her life. “I fell in love with him and traveled to another state to be with him. It turned out that he lived with his mother, and I wasn’t allowed to be there until she gave the go-ahead,” she said of Moore. She eventually went home with him and kept webcamming.
She claimed that she and her husband “got really poisonous” after she had “openly praised someone else’s looks.” She opted to leave, phoned a pal, and went to live in Las Vegas, where she learned she was pregnant.
She expressed that she has had six children, and that she was alienated from the lives of her first three kids, all of whom were linked to the IAU matter. She hasn’t been able to reconnect with her children for 9-12 years. She’s provided a narrative as well as whatever additional information is available. It appears that some news stories disagree with me.”