|Full Name||Charlotte Laws|
|Birth Name||Charlotte Anne Laws|
|Profession||Author/ TV Host/Activist/Advocate|
|Birth City||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Birth Country||United States|
|No Of Children||Kayla Laws|
|Awards||Los Angeles Animal Humanitarian Award|
|Education||University of Southern California|
|Date of Birth||May 11,1960|
People who understand their importance walks on a path which leads them to liberty. Among them, very few female personalities can leave their mark in this male-dominated society. And, Charlotte Laws falls in the category of successful women in terms of her professional career.
The 59-year-old Charlotte Laws is an American author, host, activist, former L.A politician, and actress under the stage name Missy Laws. Additionally, she works as a BBC News contributor, and previously she worked as a weekly commentator for the NBC.
Laws is famous for her works, particularly with her activism and her media career. In 2013 she made Buzzfeed's list of the 30 fiercest women and Brainwreck list of 20 women who changed the world.
Charlotte Anne Laws was born on May 11, 1960, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. As of 2019, she is 59 years old, and her birth sign is Taurus. She was adopted at birth and tracked down her birth parents in her late twenties.
On August 15, 2019, she published her second memoir called Undercover Debutante: The Search for My Birth Parents and a Bald Husband. The book covers her life from age 22 until 39 and has won a Publisher's Weekly book award.
As of 2019, Charlotte Laws, one of the most versatile female personalities, has a net worth of $2 million. Throughout her diverse career, Laws has managed to amass an enormous amount of fortune.
At the present moment, Laws mostly earns from her career as an activist and BBC News contributor. Moreover, she has also worked for magazines, television shows, and films.
Laws, a graduate of California State University, worked as a model and actress until her late 20s. Further, she has two master's degree from the University of Southern California as well as a Ph.D.
As a BBC contributor, Charlotte Laws' annual income is over $180,000. The average salary for BBC contributor is around $150,000, and the payroll could go up to somewhere between $200,000-$300,000. Hence, we can say that Laws has a desirable income.
For your information, Fiona Bruce is among the highest-paid female reporter at BBC. Now, talking about Laws' additional income source, she is an author, activist, and former politician. So, her earnings will increase even more in the coming future.
The lovely Charlotte Laws is a married woman. She married an English barrister and California attorney Charles Parselle in the 1990s. The detail about their relationship history is unknown.
As of 2019, the couple has been married for nearly two-decade. To date, they are not involved in any controversies. The husband-wife duo is perfectly living a blissful married life.
On social media, especially on Facebook, Charles and her spouse never miss any chance to praise each other.
Law's husband, Charles specializes in mediation, arbitration, legal counseling, and representation. Additionally, he has a reputation for being a peacemaker and creative problem solver.
It seems that Charlotte and her partner, Charles will never get enough out of their relationship. The adorable longtime love birds had a second wedding on the occasion of Valentine's Day in 2018.
Charles and Charlotte looked very lovely, and the ceremony was performed in front of friends and families.
From the marriage, Charles and her spouse have one daughter named Kayla Laws. She is an actress who was born on December 19, 1986. She currently works as a Real Estate Agent for Coldwell Banker Global Luxury located in Los Angeles.
Laws said in her website that during her early 20s, she dated few guys. At the age of 18, she began dating Welsh singer, Tom Jones, who is one of the famous singers of the old generation.
Laws went public about her relationship with Jones only in April 2015. In her memoir, Rebel in High Heels, she revealed that Tom was her first boyfriend and she dated him until age 24.
Laws is the founder and president of two organizations: the Directors of Animal Welfare (DAW) and the League for Earth and Animal Protection (LEAP). Likewise, Laws as the recipient of the Los Angeles Animal Humanitarian Award.
Do you know what revenge porn is? Well, it is the distribution of sexually explicit images or videos of individuals without their permission. So, was Charlotte Laws a victim of revenge porn?
In actual Law's daughter, Kayla became the victim, when an unreleased topless photo of her was posted on the revenge porn website 'Is Anyone Up?' in January 2012.
YouTube: Charlotte Laws' interview about Revenge Porn at CNN
After the circulation of her daughter's inappropriate images on the internet, Laws immediately began an investigation. Also, she appeared on many television stations to discuss the issue.
The FBI arrested Hunter Moore, who ran the site and his hacker Charles Evens. Moore got two and a half years in federal prison.
Since 2012, Laws has been meeting with state and federal legislators, urging them to pass laws to protect victims. At the present moment, 45 states and Washington D.C have anti-revenge porn laws.
Besides pushing federal anti-revenge porn law, Charlotte has recently been tackling the problem of deep fake pornography and sextortion.
Additionally, she claims to have assisted over 500 victims of nonconsensual pornography, deep fakes porn, and sextortion since the initiation of her activism in 2012.
You must have heard about Bill Cosby, an American stand-up comedian, actor, musician, author, and convicted sex offender. Laws opened up about her "34-year-old secret" in an article. She revealed that Cosby drugged one of her friends called "Sandy" and had sex with her.
YouTube: Charlotte Laws revealed her 34-year-old Bill Cosby secret
By the way, Bill Cosby's reputation was blackened during the mid-2010s by numerous women who made sexual assault accusations against him.
Recently she published a memoir called Undercover Debutante. Some of her other books are Devil in the Basement and award-winning memoir Rebel in the High Heels.