I am discovering what is possibly dozens upon dozens of names are online using her pictures.
You are probably off by a factor of 10. There are way more than that.
Your basic assumption is that the fake profiles are all connected to each other, and that they are the work of some large gang. That assumption is incorrect. Some profiles will be the work of the same person or groups, but there are MANY unconnected scammers behind those profiles. There is no "kingpin" and there is no single network that can be brought down.
Scamming is an industry
in certain areas, and there are many different players. There are many thousands of African scammers out there running the same types of scams. Some work in gangs, some independently. Scammers will copy and steal scripts and photos from other scammers (it really is true that there is no honor among thieves.) Other criminals make their living selling tools to scammers--photos, websites, software (for example to create fake webcam,) and credit card and banking information are routinely sold in the scammer world. In many cases, corrupt local law enforcement is also involved.
Unfortunately, while Josie Ann Miller is a favorite target of scammers, she is by no means the only one.
Google "Raven Riley" scam (another porn model), or try Allen and Violet Large (an older couple who won the lottery and gave most of it to family, friends and charity, only to have thousands of scam emails sent out in their names, many after the death of Violet.) And don't get me started on the scammers who use photos of fallen soldiers.
On her website there are around 4,500 photos, it seems to provide easy fodder for scam artists.
Those photos are her livelihood. In her business, more photos and video = more paying subscribers to her site. She doesn't like the scammers, but she is not going to give up her income because criminals in Africa misuse them. She has a right to legally earn her living, without being held responsible for the actions of criminals in Africa.
I was in contact with her for the last 2 1/2 years under the name Juily Addae
No you weren't. You were in contact with an African scammer, most likely male. You were never in contact with Josie Ann Miller.
We fight scammers on a daily basis here. Whether we like it or not, these scams are international in nature, and investigations are costly and extremely complicated--and that is before we consider the politics involved. We can and do report the information we do have. On rare occasion, we are fortunate to see the scammers we are fighting arrested.
There is no miracle solution, and we do not support measures that penalize millions of innocent people or infringe on their rights. So we do what we can do--if we can't get them arrested, we kill their websites, warn their victims, eliminate their mules and bank accounts, and educate their potential targets.