Escort Allegedly Demands $15K From John, Posts Threesome Video To Wife's And Employer’s Facebook

Kailynn Moore-Jones allegedly used the alias "Jasmine Ridriguez" when she began threatening to post videos of the sexual encounter she had with an unnamed client.

By M.L. Nestel
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An escort allegedly posted video of a sex romp with a St. Louis john on Facebook accounts belonging to him, his wife and employer after he failed to shell out a $15,000 ransom. 

Kailynn Moore-Jones, 22, was charged with transmitting interstate commerce threats to injure the reputation of a person with the intent to extort money, according to an arrest affidavit reviewed by Oxygen.com.

She pleaded not guilty on Monday, according to The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Moore-Jones’s rap sheet already includes arrests for prostitution, domestic violence and theft, according to the affidavit. 

The St. Louis County man — referred to in the court documents by the initials "R.W." — apparently linked up with Moore-Jones on Aug. 6 through an escort website and engaged in a threesome. 

The man claimed that on Aug. 18, he received a barrage of communications from Moore-Jones, who was allegedly using the alias "Jasmine Rodriguez," demanding he pay $15,000 in three $5,000 increments — or else she would upload the sex video to Facebook. Moore-Jones allegedly told the man her goal would be "to ruin his reputation," according to the affidavit.

The man allegedly sent three MoneyGram wire transfers to Moore-Jones totaling $2,200 on Aug. 17 and Aug. 18. 

But the lowball payments apparently failed to stop the phone calls, texts, emails and Facebook messages pressing him to pay more. 

Moore-Jones then allegedly carried out her threat and uploaded a pornographic video to his wife's and his employer's Facebook page, according to the affidavit.

On Aug. 21, the man brought the situation to the FBI. 

In a sting monitored by FBI agents, R.W. again reached out to Moore-Jones by phone two days later. 

He asked her what else she wanted, and the woman allegedly demanded more money. Moore-Jones allegedly promised to delete the video, if the man paid up.

Authorities in Tucson, Arizona arrested Moore-Jones on Aug. 26 after she allegedly picked up a pair of MoneyGram transfers at a local Walmart. 

She was indicted on Sept. 26, according to the Post-Dispatch. 

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