22 Women Paid $12.7 Million and Given Rare Ownership Rights in GirlsDoPorn Lawsuit


A few years ago, in 2015 and earlier, hundreds of women were allegedly lured to San Diego for what many of them didn’t know were actually film shoots for an amateur porn site called “Girls Do Porn.” They were fed alcohol and drugs, coerced into signing dense contracts with incomprehensible legal jargon, and pushed into performing sex on camera—for 7 painful hours, in some cases.

A short time later, that footage was posted on Girls Do Porn’s website and uploaded to other popular free porn tube sites, including Pornhub, despite the promise that the footage would only be

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