Nov 30 2015

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THE FLOODS RUSH IN: More Women Accuse BDSM Porn Producer James Deen of Sexual Assault

EDITORIAL: Don’t think for a minute that KINK.com’s owner, Peter Acworth, is innocent in this situation. He runs a torture chamber. There is no such thing as a good guy who beats, rapes and tortures women for profit. Peter Acworth has trained many men to become slave masters over the girls and women who work in Porn Valley. Common in all the stories of abuse that come out of the Los Angeles porn industry is that when these assaults take place, there are usually witnesses. 

No one ever speaks out because they are afraid. They will lose their jobs. They will be blacklisted. They will be stalked. They will be defamed. But make no mistake here . . . James Deen aka Bryan Sevilla DID NOT get to where he was at ON HIS OWN. There are many who promoted him to teen girls as ‘the Boy Next Door’. There are MANY who knew the truth WHO HAD THE POWER to stop him AND NONE OF THEM DID ANYTHING!

Where are mainstream media pimps like ABC’s Nightline and Arianna Huffington now? They’ve pimped James Deen to underage teen girls for years. Where are their stories exposing the sexual predator he really is now? WHERE??

The buck does not stop with James Deen. KINK.com and Peter Acworth must also go. He is the trainer. He is the promoter behind this all. It’s time to shut down his torture chambers. It’s time to stop this violence!

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Hours after James Deen denied the rape allegations made by his ex Stoya, two more women came forward with a similar claim. In an essay published on the Daily Beast, former adult performer Tori Lux described an assault that took place on a porn shoot in 2011.

According to Lux, Deen got aggressive with her after she finished her shoot. (He was on set, but not filming with her that day.)

“I hadn’t even had time to dress myself when he said, with a smirk on his face, ‘Tori Lux, would you like to sniff my testicles?’ ‘Nope,’ I replied in a neutral tone. ‘I’ll repeat myself: Tori Lux, would you like to sniff my testicles?’ he asked, more aggressively this time. I replied with a firm ‘No,’ in order to establish my boundary—which James then disregarded by grabbing me by the throat and shoving me down onto a mattress on the floor.

He proceeded to straddle my chest, pinning down my arms with his knees. Then, he raised his hand high above his head, swinging it down and hitting me in the face and head with an open palm. He did this five or six times—hard—before finally getting off of me.”

Lux alleged that she stood up after the initial attack, before being grabbed again by Deen. He then “shoved me to my knees, forcing my face into his crotch several times before shoving me to the floor,” she wrote. According to Lux, there were witnesses on the set, but no one intervened. She declined to pursue police assistance because of a widely held assumptionabout sex workers. People generally, and police specifically, “tend to believe that sex workers have placed themselves in harm’s way, and therefore can’t be assaulted,” she wrote.

A few hours later, the Daily Beast followed up on her essay, asking “James Deen, the Bill Cosby of Porn?” when Ashley Fires, another adult actress, came forward with her own allegations of assault. She says that Deen is the only performer she refuses to work with:

“The reason I put him on my ‘no list’ was because he almost raped me,” said Fires. “The only time I’d ever seen this guy, he walked into the green room at Kink [studios], picks up Jessie Cox like a caveman, grabs her by the hair, and takes her off somewhere… and I can only imagine.”

“Later on that night, I was getting out of the shower of the communal bathroom at Kink, I reach for my towel to dry off, and he comes up from behind me and pushes himself and his erection into my butt,” she continued. “He pushes me against the sink and starts grabbing on me and I was like, ‘No, no, no James, no,’ and he released me from his grasp, and says, ‘You know, later if you want to fuck around I’m in room whatever-it-was. I was like, ‘Fuck you.’ I didn’t even know this guy, he was so out of line and entitled with my body.”

A year or so after the incident, Fires says, Deen ordered her to “stop telling people about it.” She says she had to defend her decision not to work with him to others within the business, and that Deen suggested she should claim that he reminded her of her brother.

It seems that others in the industry have been looking to avoid Deen, too: Actress Sydney Leathers told the Daily Beast that Joanna Angel, an actress who’s voiced her support for Stoya, “told me when I first got into the business that I should avoid him — that he has boundary issues, basically that he tries to break women.”

They’re no longer the only ones refusing to work with Deen: His most frequent employers have now taken a stand, too. Kink.com, the U.S.’s most prominent BDSM producer (and which has made hundreds of films with Deen), announced on Monday that it has cut ties with him because “consent is sacrosanct.” The Frisky ended its What Would James Deen Do? column as well, and the ads linking back to his site on the published columns should be gone later today.

More Girls Come Forward On James Deen

Kayden Kross has now come forward in support of Stoya.

I also spoke to Bonnie Rotten who simply said that James Deen is on her “no list”, she didn’t say anything good or bad, simply that she will not work with James Deen again. To me at least this one speaks volumes.

A Producer had this to say:

I was told about your story on James Deen. I’m proud of you that you ran it. I had a perfomer that we run a site for on set in tears and could barely speak when she told us of an incident with James Deen. She is a tough girl too so I was taken back by her emotions. She had a nose job that was still a little tender but ok. She told James to make him aware before this shoot she had with him and he did not listen and purposely pinched her nose very rough while giving a blow job. We have heard this countless times on set with other performers over the years of him being overly rough and not taking no for an answer. I tweeted before about my thoughts on him years ago. I am speechless as to why he has been so rewarded and recognized over the years. It blows my mind. We have to be better than this. This is why at times our industry gets such a bad reputation.

He needs to be reminded of Jack Venice who is currently in prison for life. He use to do this shit too on set. It happened to me off set so I know this type of behavior is a red flag big time.


Thanks for listening.

Why do I get the feeling this wont be the last of this…whoever is doing Jame’s PR is in a tough spot…stop the bleeding…

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