Porn Pulse: Actors Sue Studio

Two porn actors are suing a bondage studio claiming they contracted HIV while performing scenes.

Cameron Bay and Rod Daily, former porn "stars" have filed separate lawsuits in Superior Court of California County of San Francisco.

Named in Bay's suit as defendants are Kink.com; Kink Studios, LLC; PublicDisgrace.com; CyberNet Entertainment, LLC; Armory Studios, LLC; Peter Acworth; Lorelei Lee; 2183 Mission LLC and 50 unnamed "Jon Does."

Kink.com rejected both suits reports the adult website, Xbiz.com.

“The lawsuits, which appear to be funded by Michael Weinstein’s controversial AIDS Healthcare Foundation, are so illegitimate as to be offensive, avoiding science altogether in favor of emotional arguments about HIV, sex work and BDSM,” a Kink.com spokesman told Xbiz.com. “At times, it reads less like a lawsuit and more like a statement from the Pat Buchanan or the Westboro Baptist Church, in which AIDS is retribution for immoral behavior."

The plaintiff's complaint alleges damages in 11 counts -- Negligence, Negligence Per Se, Intentional/Fraudulent Misrepresentation, Civil Conspiracy to Commit Intentional/Fraudulent Misrepresentation, Breach of Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Negligent Supervision, Negligent Hiring and/or Rentention, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Premises Liability, Premises Liability (2183 Mission, LLC) and Battery.

Bay alleges in her claim that, while playing the role of a sub with one male dom and one female dom on a PublicDisgrace.com production in July 2013, she was exposed to blood after one male performer rammed his penis so hard into her mouth that the head of it got cut on her wisdom tooth, reports Xbiz.com.

In the suit, Daily claims he engaged in both oral and anal sex despite that he earlier requested condoms be used during the shoot that involved a transgender female.

“At the end of the shoot, the transgender performer ejaculated in [Daily’s] eye,” the suit said. “Plaintiff alerted defendant Tomcat (studio director) of this. Instead of following proper protocol associated with exposure to bloodborne pathogens, plaintiff was handed a towel and nothing more."


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