I was on Craigslist looking for modeling/promotional gigs when I came across Christopher Murray's ad for hot girls for a music video. I emailed him my resume and pictures and he responded instantly with the email firstname.lastname@example.org I asked him detailed information regarding pay, dates, and location which he never responded. A few days later he emailed me asking if I was still looking for work in which I replied I was and would still like my questions answered. He then started asking me fairly personal information regarding my availability to meet in person and would never call me to discuss the details like I asked. I then told him I would meet him around 4pm but after agreeing, he said the school across from his studio gets out then and would like to change it to later in the day. I agreed and he texted asking for 9pm. I thought it was a bit late but this is Hollywood after all and not so out of the norm. [continued below]....
..... He then continued to text me throughout the entire day asking irrelevant questions which raised my suspicions, after he then again asked for a later time I googled his information and up popped a sexual predator blog about him at: http://www.castingcallforum.com/showthread.php/144094-LADIES-BEWARE-OF-THIS-SEX-PREDATOR-ON-CL-(5704-Fountain-Ave.-Hollywood-CA) I then told him that due to the odd vibe coupled with this report I would refrain from meeting him. He then got extremely threatening with me, calling me numerous names, threatening to exploit my information, find my other personal information out, such as my facebook and twitter account, and eventually, find out where I lived! I have now notified the police and hope that this report will deter any other woman from being lured in by his false employment ads. He is known for being all over Craigslist in particular. Beware ladies, these guys exist everywhere! Very scary!
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