Toronto, Canada – A Canadian man has been arrested for luring, manufacturing child pornography, and extortion after convincing a 12-year-old New Jersey girl that he was actually Justin Bieber. Lee Moir, 34, allegedly began an online relationship with the unnamed adolescent on Facebook, where he pretended to be Bieber; further evidence that Facebook is the devil’s domain, infested with his minions.
It wasn’t long before the two started e-mailing back and forth. As if being a 34-year-old man pretending to be an 18-year-old pop star weren’t creepy enough, Moir reportedly added the inevitable sexual component to the mix, demanding that the girl perform sex acts on webcam and send him the resulting material. She complied; in the name of Bieber, I’m sure.
Eventually, either the girl came to her senses, or was brought there by someone else, and she ceased communication with Moir. Unfortunately, it was not before she’d e-mailed him some compromising video. It was at that point that Moir raised a few more freak flags up the pole, presumably because the creep and pedophile ones just weren’t cutting it. According to reports, he then repeatedly threatened to harm her family and/or post the video she’d sent him to the Internet.
It is not known how the Essex and Toronto police were made aware of the situation, but they were, and they launched an investigation of Moir using an online officer posing as a 14-year-old girl to entice his skeezy ass. Predictably, Moir engaged in sexual repartee with the officer, requesting an in-the-flesh meeting. On April 4th, that meeting took place, and he was brought into custody.
One can only hope that the Canadian prisons are as kind to pedophiles as the U.S. ones are because Moir is facing up to 30 years behind bars, if convicted on the current charges. The penalties may mount, however, as police suspect that Moir has had similar contact with underage girls in a number of different countries.Tags: Canada, Child Pornography, Extortion, facebook, Lee Moir, New Jersey, Toronto