E-celebs are kind of like regular, "In Real Life" celebrities, except their fame exists solely on social-networking sites like Myspace, Twitter, and the live webcam community Stickam.com, from which Sticky Drama gets its name.
LA resident Christopher Stone, age 31, founded Sticky Drama in 2007 with a business partner.
Hock, 21, assaulted the woman he'd been dating for about two weeks after she became drunk and passed out at her home, police say. 26 assault was streamed live and two still images were posted on another Web site, according to court documents.
Disclaimer: is a automatic erotic search engine focused on free porn tube videos.(Here's a picture Stone took at this year's Exxxotica Expo.) Now he runs a website whose favorite subject is a 16-year-old E-celeb named Kiki Kannibal.The majority of E-celebs on Sticky Drama are "scene kids"—they sport spiky dyed hair, dark eyeshadow and gossip about each other via webcam while listening to terrible electropop/emo music. "E-celebs are usually not wealthy or beautiful, as we think of IRL celebrities," Stone told us. Many of the E-celebrities covered by Sticky Drama are extremely young.Photo: Johnathon Richard Hock in a 2007 booking photo.Viewers who watched the video online told police it showed Hock performing oral sex on the unconscious woman, according to a court document.