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Updated: 12:23 PM- The man who used to run a business editing sex and profanity from movies has been arrested in Orem on suspicion of having sex with underage teenage girls.
Police on Friday arrested Daniel Thompson, 31, and another man. Two 14-year-old girls needed money and decided to offer sexual favors, police said.
A third girl put them in contact with one of the men and he paid both 14-year-olds $20 for oral sex, police said. Later, the man took the girls to Thompson and the teenagers performed oral sex on him, according to police.
Police said the scheme was exposed when one of the girl's mothers found a $20 bill and asked where it came. The two men were booked into jail on suspicion of sexual abuse and unlawful sex with a 14-year-old.
Thompson formerly operated a business called Flix Club, which edited feature films to remove or alter conduct deemed inappropriate for children or discriminating movie-goers.
The store closed in December after threats of legal action from Hollywood studios.