The owner of a California mansion is suing gay porn mogul Michael Lucas after he rented the home to film a gay porn movie. The homeowner alleges Lucas and his crew left enemas, sex toys and bodily fluids around the rented mansion, according to a lawsuit, the New York Daily News reports.

Lucas and his crew reportedly stayed at Acacia Mansion, which is owned by Kristina Knapic and located in Ojai, Calif. (about 80-miles northwest of Los Angeles), for five days, but allegedly left the home a mess.

"Urine, semen and fecal matter were found on the linens, carpets, upholstery, walls, ceilings and in the hot tub," the lawsuit, which was filed by Knapidc last Thursday, claims. The Smoking Gun obtained a copy of the suit, which was filed in Ventura County Superior Court.

"Enema kits were found throughout the house--on the floors, in the beds, in nightstand drawers and in the trash," the lawsuit reads. The document also claims, "Various sexual devices were found in the beds and in the trash," and "The hot tub water was brownish in color."

Knapic, 45, told the New York Daily News she found a business card for Lucas Entertainment, Lucas's gay porn study, when she discovered the "very shocking" state the mansion was in.

"I of course got rid of all the stuff that was dirty and very obvious, but there's a lot of stuff you don't see until you get out the blacklight," she told the newspaper.

Knapic submitted a $30,000 claim to Airbnb, the service Lucas apparently used to rent the mansion, and said the porn star rented the home under the name "Anna," according to the New York Daily News. She said when Lucas showed up to take the keys, he claimed he was the renter's brother-in-law. The renter also allegedly asked to book the property for a "summer vacation," according to the lawsuit.

"Plaintiff has not, and does not, rent the property for the purposes of filming adult pornographic movies," the lawsuit reads. "Such an image is not one plaintiff wants associated with her pristine home."

The New York Daily news points out Lucas hasn't yet commented on the allegations but Facebook and Instagram pictures show posts from Aug. 12 "at a house similar to the Acacia Mansion, though the hosts are listed as being in Camarillo, elsewhere in Venture County."

Courthouse News reports a room at the mansion costs between $600 and $720 a night and, according to a website, Knapic's motto is "fun and formal."

Courthouse News also points out Lucas Entreatment is a Delaware cooperation and co-defendant, Lucas Distributions, is located in New York. Lucas is the CEO of both companies and is also known as Anna TpeHbac and Andre Trevias, according to the suit.

Str8UpGayPorn (extremely NSFW) reports up to 10 more people may be named as defendants in the suit, including some of the gay porn stars who were at the mansion. The website says the porn stars involved were: Dylan James, Hugh Hunter, Rafael Lords, Alex Mason, and a number of other men who have not been identified.


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