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Woman victim of fake porn profile

Posted: 10:58 PM, Mar 16, 2016
Updated: 2016-03-17 06:12:42Z

Carrie Blue of Rancho San Diego works in real estate, not porn.

“Actually, I was working on a loan and on the phone, and I got a text message from a man named Jose,” Blue said.

The text read, in part:
“How are you? My name is Jose and I’m a recruiter for the adult industry. Ever thought of doing some adult video work?”

“Then I wrote back, 'how did you get my number' and he wrote 'sexy jobs. Are you not looking for sexy work?'” Blue said.

“And I wrote, 'I’m not on that website so I’m just wondering how you got my number,'” Blue said.

The man sent her a screen shot from the website sexyjobs.com. 

“My real name, my phone number, my location, everything,” Blue said.

“And then he said 'would you be interested?' And I said 'no, I’m sorry but someone posted that ad fraudulently. Thank you for sending me the snapshot,' and then he said, ‘No problem. Can I get a peek of you?’” Blue said, disgusted.

Blue called the website manager.

They took the ad down.

“He gave me a lot of information, including the IP address that was used and the email address that was used to set up the account,” Blue said.

It was a fake email in her name.

Blue went to the San Diego Sheriff’s Department.

”It’s been hard, really hard. I’ve had police officers tell me this wasn’t going to go anywhere. There’s nothing I can do,” Blue said.

She didn’t give up. Wednesday morning, a year after the porn ad changed her life, deputies served a search warrant at a home on Florida Street in North Park.

Court records show deputies traced the IP address to the woman who lives there. She is the ex-wife of Blue’s husband.

10News went to the woman’s apartment to get her response.

She did not answer the door.

“I don’t know why someone would do this to me. I don’t,” Blue said.

Deputies did not arrest the woman today.

A Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman told 10News they are still investigating and cannot comment.