The site, GirlsDoPorn, was sued by nearly two dozen women who claimed they were deceived and coerced into making sex videos without knowing the footage would be posted on the internet, the Union-Tribune reported. San Diego Superior Court Judge Kevin Enright, who presided over a four-month-long trial, ruled in favor of all 22 plaintiffs and against a total of 13 defendants, the newspaper said. Enright found that the individuals and various affiliated businesses had operated as a single business entity and therefore all were liable. The judge also ordered the GirlsDoPorn website owners to prominently post in recruitment ads that videos would go on the internet. Women who sign up to make the videos must get copies of the legal agreement ahead of time and give permission before their names or personal information are used. At trial, defense attorneys argued that the women were over 18, understood what they were doing, accepted payment and in some cases returned to San Diego again and again to make more videos. Some of the women testified that although they accepted performing sex on camera to earn money, including paying for college, the subsequent publicity ruined their lives and careers. Read Next. The New York Times foreshadowed attack on Soleimani in op This story has been shared 93, times.
In the legal profession, information is the key to success. Law provides the intelligence you need to remain an expert and beat the competition. Already a subscriber? Click here to login. Enter your details below and select your area s of interest to stay ahead of the curve and receive Law's daily newsletters. First Name.
It took Judge Kevin Enright pages to enumerate the many ways owner Michael Pratt and two co-conspirators mistreated the women. The group behind GirlsDoPorn recruited women by advertising clothed modeling gigs on Craigslist and elsewhere. When a woman responded to an ad, they were told that the job was actually shooting porn. And these women were then assured that their videos would never appear on the Internet. All of this turned out to be lies. Within weeks of shooting, the women's videos appeared on GirlsDoPorn and various free pornographic "tube sites. The women were also promised that their confidentiality would be protected. Instead, their real-life identities quickly circulated online, causing them immense embarrassment with friends and family.
She was a mormon and he finally joined the church at For 40 years there was a disconnect and she really viewed him as a lesser person cause he wasn't a member. His father died and he was not given one day off. As a married female resident, I wanted to offer you the other side of this Your husbands love you, and miss you. But we Always had time for each other. Did U have sex with her yet.