Rossi Lorathio Adams II brought a gun to a domain name fight.
The 27-year-old social media influencer was sentenced to 168 months in jail on Monday for a 2017 plot involving viral videos, a pantyhose-sporting henchman, a gun, and the rather asinine catchphrase “Do It For State.”
Needless to say, things didn’t exactly work out the way the aspiring digital-media mogul hoped.
The plot is detailed in a Dec. 9 press release from the Department of Justice. Adams, it seems, fancied himself an entrepreneur — he ran the social media company “State Snaps,” which he founded in 2015 while attending Iowa State University. Read more…
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