A New Jersey judge apologized after he suggested a woman sell naked photos of herself to Hugh Hefner during a court proceeding involving alleged revenge porn and an extramarital affair. Middlesex County Assignment Judge Alberto Rivas admitted multiple violations of the Code of Judicial Conduct and said his comments were inappropriate, according to documents released Thursday. Rivas is the subject of a complaint filed with the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct over his handling of the case. The only person you should be sending naked pictures to are sic Hugh Hefner.
New Jersey Judge Sorry For Telling Woman To Sell Nude Photos To Playboy
Judge apologizes after bizarre advice in court to send nude pics to Hugh Hefner | Daily Mail Online
By Keith Griffith For Dailymail. A judge has been forced to apologize after advising a woman in his court to sell nude photos of herself to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. Rivas's remarks were addressed to a woman who had sued the wife of a man she had been carrying on an extramarital affair with for years, accusing the wife of retaining nude photos of her and threatening to distribute them on social media. Hefner, the famed founder of pornographic magazine Playboy, died in at the age of 91 after suffering complications from an infection. Rivas advised a plaintiff to send her nude photos to Hugh Hefner above. Hefner, the famed founder of pornographic magazine Playboy, died in The names of the mistress, wife and husband were not released in the court documents.
Judge apologizes for telling woman to sell nude photos to Playboy
A New Jersey judge apologized after suggesting that a woman should sell her nude photos to Playboy during a revenge porn case. The comment came as Middlesex County Judge Alberto Rivas was presiding over a dispute involving the girlfriend of a married man and the man's wife, NJ. The girlfriend sought to have explicit photos she had sent to her boyfriend returned, claiming the man's wife had sent them to her workplace and feared she would share them on social media as a form of revenge porn.
The woman told the judge she was afraid the wife would forward the pictures to the woman's workplace. As the hearing progressed, Rivas said in the answer to the charges, it became clear the woman's story was "a complete fabrication" and that she had "orchestrated" the "legal charade. Better people have attempted to lie to me. You're not that good.