THE BRUSSELS TIMES - Oct 5 - The trial of the company responsible for the site RichMeetBeautiful, and its boss Sigurd V., began last Friday before the 47th division of the Brussels Criminal Court. The site was allegedly publicly encouraging sexual immorality or prostitution and breached the law relating to the fight against sexism in public. Last year, RichMeetBeautiful released a campaign on the ULB campuses. The campaign encouraged female students, aged 18 to 26, called "sugar babies", to be supported by middle-aged and comfortably-off men, "sugar daddies", by meeting them on the site. Last March, the Belgian courts also ordered that the site be blocked by Belgian Internet Service Providers.
by Oscar Schneider
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