Illustration by Emily Bernstein. A videographer for the porn production company Girls Do Porn testified in court this week to lying to women who say they were lured into having sex on video after being allegedly promised the videos would never be widely distributed or posted online. The lawyers for the plaintiffs said they spoke with at least women involved with Girls Do Porn who gave similar accounts of their experiences. The women say they were told that the videos would only be available in limited release on DVD, and no one they knew would ever see them. Shortly after they were shot, the videos were posted on the internet, on massively popular websites like Pornhub and YouPorn, and the women were doxed and harassed by viewers using forums like the recently-defunct PornWikiLeaks. According to NBC 7 in San Diego , where the trial has been underway in San Diego Superior Court for two weeks, videographer Theodore "Teddy" Gyi said in his testimony that he was instructed by the Girls Do Porn owners to tell women that the videos he shot would never appear online.
I guess this means she accepted your terms. Yes, I did, Rob and I wish I had friends like you. John told me everything you did to help him. It may sound funny, but Im glad you did.
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