a Porn News Today exclusive:
It appears that Chase Bank ( J.P. Morgan Chase) has officially decided to take a stand against the porn industry (much of which has it’s foundation built upon illegal prostitution, escorting and other mafia / organized crime related activity as www.PornStarHookerAlert.com illustrates).
As of today according to Brad Armstrong of Wicked Pictures twitter feed, he was denied approval to open an additional business account due to the business being “Adult Industry Related”.
Brad Armstrong (a supporter of the failed “No On Measure B” campaign which promoted unsafe sexual practices in the adult workplace via not implementing condoms) not only proceeded to rant unprofessionally about the ocurrence, but in addition he has threatened to rally other adult entertainment professionals to file a law suit against the bank.
The Porn News Today team realizes that times are rather tough economically for many porn industry professionals, but is Brad Armstrong, Wicked Pictures, the Free Speech Coalition (of which Wicked Pictures is affiliated with) and their other associates really so desperate for funds that they are willing to hire an adult industry attorney along the lines of Michael Fattorosi or Marc Randazza to file a law suit against J.P. Morgan Chase Bank (a bank which has generously committed to giving back to the public through over $25 million in charity donations) ?
If they do, the world will finally see the “professionals” of Porn Valley’s true colors.
One must wonder if J.P. Morgan Chase bank is aware of certain financial details in regards to Wicked Pictures (and Brad Armstrong specifically) of which the general pornographic industry sphere (and public) is not…especially considering that the Aids Healthcare Foundations recently filed complaint in regards to certain Los Angeles porn industry organizations/committees and FOREIGN CONTRIBUTIONS (Wicked Pictures was associated with the “No On Government Waste” campaign).