Hunter Moore, who was arrested by the FBI last week for charges including "conspiracy, seven counts of unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information and seven counts of aggravated identity theft," is free on $100,000 bond.
He was released into the custody of his parents, who signed the bond, CNN affiliate KCRA reported. His release came with some conditions.
Moore is not to use a computer or get anyone else to do it for him. He must take down his social media accounts and get tested for drug use, KCRA reported. Moore, who the FBI says operated isanyoneup.com, was arrested in Woodland, California, Thursday.
Moore is the revenge porn troll behind the website Is Anyone Up. He was arrested with his alleged accomplice, 25-year-old Charles Evens. Both men were charged with at least 15 counts of conspiracy, identity theft and more. They face at least five years in federal prison.
Moore's next court date is February 7.