Every shitman deserves a second chance, right? Former revenge porn magnate Chance Trahan (that name!) is attempting to reinvent himself after his site, IsAnybodyDown, was shuttered. But he can't even start over again without exploiting someone else's life.

Daymond John, founder of FUBU and star of capitalist reality show Shark Tank, also offers his services as a motivational guest speaker for business audiences. Like anyone on a speaker circuit, he advertises his expertise along with certain provisions should he be hired. Chance Trahan, as if to say I'm still awful to the entire internet once again, is now claiming he's a "mentor" and "life coach"—and lifted John's speaking gig copy verbatim. Via TechDirt:

On the left, a speaking topic from Daymond John's website. On the right, a speaking topic from Chance Trahan's website.

The whole thing is ripped off, right down to specifications for the AV setups. The only difference is that Daymond John is an actual entity in the business world, and there are people who would pay to hear him talk in numbers large enough to warrant an AV setup. Trahan, on the other hand, is a failed internet predator—though he's still asking $70,000 for a single speaking engagement. Why you would ever want to buy life coaching from a guy who made money selling stolen nudes and wears this suit, I do not know:

After TechDirt pointed out Trahan's plagiarism, he posted this unhinged article on his personal blog, wherein he claims Daymond John is a mentor, and he has stolen from him with his blessing:

I respect Daymond John for taking me under his wing and showing me things that I never thought of before. Daymond has taught me a lot about being an entrepreneur, a fashion designer, a public speaker, and an all around genuinely great businessman. On top of all of that he has taught me how to become a better person for it. I thank him often and he actually replies. And for that I feel blessed that he would take a moment out of his busy and hectic life to thank me for acknowledging him.

Don't take his word for it; just look at all these satisfied stock photograph models on his website:

Or consider this list of achievements, also copied and pasted from Daymond John's bio:

In recognition of his achievements, Chance has been the recipient of numerous awards; including:

The Crain's Business of NY "Forty Under Forty" Award

The Ernst & Young's "NY Entrepreneur of the Year" Award

The NAACP "Entrepreneurs of the Year" Award

The ESSENCE Achievement Award – the first ever to be given to a company

The BrandWeek "Marketer of the Year" Award

The Advertising Age Marketing 1000 Award for "Outstanding Ad Campaign"

This guy... I'm starting to think he's not a cool guy.