Producer Dillon Jordon indicted for running prostitution ring, other criminal activities

According to Breitbart, Dillon D. Jordon, the famed Hollywood producer behind The Kid, The Kindergarten Teacher, Skin, and many other movies, was indicted this week on several charges, including for engaging in money laundering and running an international prostitution ring. 

Jordon has apparently used his production company, PaperChase Films, as a front for all types of criminal activity.

The allegations

The most serious charge Jordon faces, according to the Associated Pressis for allegedly running a prostitution business. Jordon is alleged to have operated an international prostitution ring using his production company, as well as a party and event planning company, as fronts.

According to the prosecution, from 2010 to May 2017, Jordon kept a roster of women he would make available for his clients. The women are said to have performed sexual acts in exchange for money. Jordon, as prosecutors in the case noted, would arrange transportation and negotiate the costs of his services with clients via email.

The indictment stated Jordon would attempt to disguise the payments to the prostitutes by describing them as modeling fees, appearance fees, consulting fees, message therapy fees, or house party fees.

Jordon also reportedly went by many aliases, including Daniel Jordan, Daniel Maurice Hatton, and Daniel Bohler.

The indictment listed at least one instance of Jordon coordinating with a United Kingdom-based madame by “sharing and referring customers and prostitutes,” the AP noted.

Arrest and court appearance

Jordon, a 49-year-old California resident, was arrested last week in San Bernardino County.

The Hollywood producer was charged with conspiracy to violate the Mann Act, which concerns human trafficking activities and prostitution. He has also been charged with enticement, money laundering, and using interstate commerce to promote unlawful activity.

Jordon has already made his initial court appearance, which was by video at a hearing in Riverside, California. At the hearing, Jordon was released on $150,000 bail.

As of this writing, it is unclear when his next court appearance is scheduled.

For now, Jordon has been ordered to not communicate with the victims of the crimes or with anyone who is likely to be called as a witness during his upcoming trial. He has also been ordered to surrender his firearms, not use drugs, and be prepared for random searches of his residence.

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