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Hurant, the former CEO of a once-popular male escort service website who pleaded guilty last year to promoting prostitution has been sentenced to six months in prison by a judge who said it was necessary to send a deterrent message even though she knows the business did good things for people. Jeffrey Hurant, who ran the Rentboy. District Judge Margo K. Brodie in Brooklyn. That can't go unpunished. Hurant defended the business he said he ran openly for 20 years, saying many sex workers had told him that the website enabled them to work safely and independently after years of laboring in deplorable conditions.

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Related: Ex-Rentboy. That can't go unpunished.

The business hosted parties and an annual awards show for escorts called the Hookies. Jeffrey Hurant, right, leaves federal court, Wednesday, Aug. Brodie in Brooklyn.

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Five New York City council members from the LGBT community also ed a letter arguing that "a escorh sentence will serve neither society nor the rehabilitation of Mr. Brad Hoylman, a Manhattan Democrat. In letters to the court, lawmakers, civil rights organizations and other supporters cautioned that a tough sentence could send the wrong message to the gay community.

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Activists questioned why the agency would single out Rentboy when other escort websites, gay or straight, continue to do business. Hurant, the former CEO of a once-popular male escort service website who pleaded guilty last year to promoting prostitution has been sentenced to six months in prison by a judge who said it was necessary to send a deterrent message even though she knows the business did good things for people.

I am obliged to follow it," he said. Homeland Security's involvement in the takedown, along with an absence of any allegations that Rentboy was a menace to society beyond simple prostitution — like engaging in human trafficking or exploiting minors — stirred anger and fear in the gay community. Jeffrey Hurant, who ran the Rentboy.

Hurant defended the business he said he ran openly for 20 years, saying many sex workers had told him that the website enabled them to work safely and independently sscort years of laboring in deplorable conditions. District Judge Margo K. The case is troubling "because it harkens back to a dark chapter in our nation's history when websires government used its vast resources to target and threaten LGBT adults by exposing their private consensual sexual activity," wrote state Sen.

Prosecutors had alleged that Rentboy was the equivalent of an online brothel, and what the site called escorts was actually prostitutes.