Xavier Von Erck, the sweaty-palmed founder of online vigilante group Perverted Justice, pulls down a cool $120,000 per year by pretending to be a little girl, according to documents he filed with the IRS seeking tax-exempt status for the organization.
He also expects to be paid a total of nearly $2 million by NBC through next year in "consulting fees" for Perverted Justice's role in setting up stings of functionally retarded creeps for Dateline's "To Catch a Predator" series, despite the fact that NBC has told him the show may get canceled.
The information comes from the Perverted Justice Foundation's application for tax-exempt status, which was approved by the IRS last month—just in time to make donations in Mom and Dad's name for Christmas!—and then promptly made public.
(Radar has written about Von Erck previously, notably here. That link will take you to an archived version of the article—we were forced to take the story off our servers in the face of repeated denial-of-service hack attacks from, um, somebody.)