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2014 brian brandt rape complaint 2014 02
via Mynews4.com Only on News 4: Truck driver filed complaint against Bunny Ranch owner in 2014 There are new developments in the case of the truck driver charged with crashing his 18-wheeler into the Bunny Ranch brothel in Moundhouse on Thursday. News 4 has learned the driver of that truck, Brian Brandt, filed a police report in 2014 claiming he was drugged and raped during an encounter with Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof and several other people. Brandt claimed in the police report, a copy of which was obtained byRead More
Sean Matthew Tompkins, Vantrese Tompkins, Molina Healthcare, pornography, The Real Pornwikileaks, TRPWL
If you were to take a look at Sean Matthew Tompkins of The Real Pornwikileaks twitter account (@TRPWL) tonight, upon first glance you’d think to yourself, “Wow, Sean seems like a really professional blogger who has the pornstars’ best interest in mind”.  Maybe in some alternate universe, he does… but unfortunately in the universe most of us live in, nothing could be further from the truth. Sean has worked very hard over the past few years to bury the evidence and truth of his online bullying, stalking, support of raciallyRead More
Does Dennis Hof's proposed NFL Raiders themed Las Vegas area brothel violate copyright & trademark law? Ask Mark Davis.
  In the webcast above, Alexandra Mayers poses the question as to whether or not Dennis Hof’s planned NFL Raiders themed legal brothel infringes, violates or breaks copyright / trademark law considering that NFL Raiders athletic apparel and memorabilia vendors are only legally allowed to sell merchandise certified by the NFL franchise. Alexandra includes a clip in her webcast from a recent Las Vegas news broadcast in which a prominent attorney (who is routinely featured on CNN as a commentator) clearly states, “if you sell merchandise with Raiders on itRead More
via BusinessWire.com AHF: Porn Producers Throw in the Towel on L.A.’s Measure B Los Angeles County Supervisors vote to settle lawsuit brought by Vivid Entertainment & adult industry to block implementation of L.A. County’s Measure B, the 2012 ballot measure approved by 57% of Los Angeles County voters that requires actors in pornographic films to wear condoms. Vivid & adult industry decline to continue with lawsuit; give in to constitutionality of condom requirement in adult films after U.S. Ninth District Court and the U.S. Ninth District Court of Appeals upheldRead More
Monica Foster commentary: I really like the Aids Healthcare Foundation’s style.  It will be interesting to observe how an industry who’s foundation is rooted within organized crime fairs in the next few months. I encourage my California readers to support Assembly Bill 332 (AB332) which will mandate condom usage statewide in adult filming – it’s time for the adult entertainment industry to make a change for the better. MercuryNews.com LOS ANGELES – In what could be the first test of the new Los Angeles County law requiring the use ofRead More