Twenty-two women have filed a class action lawsuit against Girls Do Porn

Twenty-two women who have appeared in amateur pornography filed a lawsuit against the popular adult video service Girls Do Porn, claiming that they had been sentenced to film the x-rated scenes.

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On Monday, the first of 22 women, identified as Jane Doe 1-22, testified that she responded to a Craigslist ad in 2016, was forced to perform, paid less than she was promised, and that the video was widely online was distributed – despite contractual promises that the recordings would only be distributed on DVD abroad.

The lawsuit alleges that the company has made millions of profits by forcing young women into the screens, initially advertising themselves online as a modeling website and lying to them about the circumstances of the scenes.

On Monday, the first of 22 women, identified as Jane Doe 1-22, testified that she responded to a Craigslist ad in 2016, was forced to perform, paid less than she was promised, and that the video was widely online was distributed – despite contractual promises that the recordings would only be distributed on DVD abroad

Girls Do Porn, a subscription service for adults, founded in 2006 by Michael Pratt from New Zealand, traded in x-rated videos with women aged 18-22, advertising that it was the only time the girls did porn.

But the 22 women claim that Pratt and his co-workers had cheated and underpaid the women and made false promises about the distribution of the material to the victims, many of whom were too young to drink.

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According to the lawsuit, the young women admitted that they agreed to the recordings, but only on the understanding that the videos would not contain any identifying information and would only be distributed to private collectors abroad.

Despite the understanding, the testimony of Doe 15 along with the statements of her colleagues, they later discovered that the tapes were widely distributed online – along with their names, phone numbers and personal information.

Girls Do Porn, an adult subscription service started in 2006, by Michael Pratt (photo), traded in x-rated videos with women aged 18-22, advertising that it was the only time the girls did porn

Girls Do Porn, an adult subscription service started in 2006, by Michael Pratt (photo), traded in x-rated videos with women aged 18-22, advertising that it was the only time the girls did porn

Girls Do Porn, an adult subscription service started in 2006, by Michael Pratt (photo), traded in x-rated videos with women aged 18-22, advertising that it was the only time the girls did porn

Do 15 said in her testimony: & # 39; If I had known, it would not only go on the internet, but also that they would publish it on the internet, that my name would be attached to it, that it would be in the United States, and that I would not get $ 5,000, but $ 2,000 less and offended because I was pale and bruised; if I had known it was more than 30 minutes to film, if I had known anything about it, only one of them; if I had known that other girls had been harassed and had been dropped out of school, if I had known that I would be kicked off the cheer team; if I had known, I would not have done it, & # 39; Everyday beast reported.

According to Doe 15, she responded to a Craigslist advertisement for models. When she was contacted by a & # 39; Jonathan N & # 39; – who is a pseudonym for Pratt, according to lawyers – called her and offered her $ 5,000 for filming adult scenes.

The deal was five sexual positions, each lasting about seven minutes, and that it would be filmed in a hotel in San Diego, with return flights to the city that falls under it.

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& # 39; He said it would take 30 minutes to film sex, & # 39; Doe 15 recalled in court. & # 39; He said it would be $ 5000 dollars. He specifically said about five positions, five to seven minutes each. He would fly me to San Diego and pay for a hotel.

& # 39; And then he repeatedly said: & # 39; Not online, not online, not in the US & # 39; – it would be on DVD & # 39; s to Australia, the UK. And then he said a few very remote countries, I don't remember that. And then I asked if I could just model regularly, and he said no, it had to be both. & # 39;

Allegedly, she was even brought into contact with two women who apparently were themselves filmed and never exposed to alleviate her fears.

Such a woman has since admitted that she was paid to talk to the victim and convince them and earned $ 2-300 each time.

The claimant claims on the day of filming the adult star with whom she would have arrived together and immediately surrendered, and then began to smoke cannabis he offered her.

According to Doe 15, she responded to a Craigslist advertisement for models. When she was contacted by a & # 39; Jonathan N & # 39; - who is a pseudonym for Pratt, according to lawyers - called her and offered her $ 5,000 to film adult scenes
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According to Doe 15, she responded to a Craigslist advertisement for models. When she was contacted by a & # 39; Jonathan N & # 39; - who is a pseudonym for Pratt, according to lawyers - called her and offered her $ 5,000 to film adult scenes

According to Doe 15, she responded to a Craigslist advertisement for models. When she was contacted by a & # 39; Jonathan N & # 39; – who is a pseudonym for Pratt, according to lawyers – called her and offered her $ 5,000 to film adult scenes

The Doe 15 lawyers confirm that it has undermined its ability to sign contracts.

Meanwhile, the adult film star, Andre Garcia, paid her only $ 3,000 and not the agreed higher sum because & # 39; she was pale and had bruises & # 39 ;.

Despite similarity claims to the contrary, Doe 15 claims that the videos were quickly distributed online and her entire friendship group and many fellow colleagues became aware.

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She said she had kicked off her cheerleading team, began to suffer from panic attacks and moved off campus to relieve her fear. Moreover, this affected her relationship with her friend, a baseball player at school who & # 39; humiliated & # 39; was left behind.

The case is still ongoing, and more women are giving their testimony. It is reported that the adult film company has so far attempted to disrupt the procedure by instituting bankruptcy, intentional subpoena and another series of various delays.

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