Gotcha Predators says Temecula mall wants video taken down

EJ Twyman, wearing a red hat in the photo above, said he has received a cease and desist letter on behalf of the Promenade Mall in Temecula demanding that he remove a video he produced recently. Twyman runs Gotcha Predators, a vigilante-style organization that he says entices would-be sexual predators online and then confronts the subjects at meeting places all over southwest Riverside County. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Jeff Pack Staff WriterEJ Twyman, the southwest Riverside County man who entices what he says are sexual predators in online applications and then records them in vigilante-style sting operations, said he has received a cease and desist letter pertaining to a video of a subject he met at the Promenade Mall. The letter, provided by Twyman to Valley News, appears to have been sent by the law offices of Fabozzi & Miller, APV, Attorneys at Law, and indicates that the office represents “Temecula Towne Center Associates, LLC, dba The Promenade Mall.”The letter focused on Episode 5, which includes video footage shot inside “common areas of the mall, inside Macy’s and in the mall parking lot,” according to the letter prepared by Attorney Ashley R. Wedding. “The Ma
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