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Hot Girls Wanted - turned on - commentary - Alexandra Mayers LIVE
On this webcast of Alexandra Mayers LIVE, Alexandra Mayers provides commentary and analysis for Rashida Jones (producer of the Sundance Film Festival movie Hot Girls Wanted) and Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On (Netflix series) producers Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus. It’s likely that the Los Angeles porn industry is looking to build a legal case against Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On – so hopefully the producers will find this insight useful should they need to defend themselves. (excuse the audio please due to recording technical difficulties) Alexandra explains that theRead More
XXXstarPR publicly defames pornstars as “deadbeats”. Lawsuit time!
Alexandra Mayers has discovered that adult PR company XXXstarPR and Sean Matthew Tompkins (their primary promoter) publicly (and illegally) has defamed pornstars they once promoted as “deadbeats” on their website. Considering that at one point in time Sean Matthew Tompkins owed thousands in child support (a fact that he’s taken measures to suppress) why has he seen fit to call out others who might be facing financial difficulty – especially when many of the pornstars xxxStarPR recruited didn’t initially want (or need) additional publicity to begin with? It appears thatRead 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
david garrett settled out of court 01
Alexandra Mayers commentary: This lawsuit was the definition of “White Privilege”…..on BOTH sides.  These 2 deserved each other.Read More
With the 2017 Adult Entertainment Expo just on the horizon, social media (especially Twitter) is abuzz with announcements, photos and videos by the public’s favorite pornstars who are prepping to make their annual trek to Las Vegas, NV… but this year the mood surrounding the Expo isn’t as lighthearted as it’s been in the past.  There’s a distinct tension in the air surrounding the 2017 Expo, and that tension specifically stems from the rapidly shifting political climate within the sphere of the Porn agents and the various other industry professionals who bothRead More
randazza legal group ari scott bass porn attorney parody
Randazza Legal Group named domestic violence assailant Ari Scott Bass aka Michael Whiteacre as their key witness for their April 2014 frivolous and fraudulent lawsuit filed by attorney Marc Randazza’s wife (Jennifer Randazza) against independent investigative blogger Alexandra Mayers (Clark county Civil court case A-14-699072-C). The Clark County Nevada Judge assigned to the lawsuit is the honorable Judge Rob Bare. Ironically, on March 7, 2014 a ruling by Judge Rob Bare completely discredited Ari Scott Bass aka Michael Whiteacre in a separate legal matter (which involves him physically assaulting his wife andRead 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
Alexandra Mayers aka Monica Foster commentary:  Seems to me that it’s Hugh Hefner and Playboy Enterprises who should be stepping up to the plate to sue the strip club – but then again, Hefner is probably in on the harassment Dash is dealing with – afterall, he isn’t known for appreciating women who go against the Hollywood establishment or who THINK FOR THEMSELVES. spotted on ContactMusic.com Actress Stacey Dash Is Planning To Sue The Owners Of A Los Angeles Strip Club, Accusing Them Of Using Her Image On Flyers WithoutRead More
Alexandra Mayers commentary: It’s possible that Sheen paid Ross that $10,000 directly, but I highly doubt that someone else wasn’t involved in that transaction… I wonder who the “pimp” in this situation was – Derrick Hay? Dennis Hof? The Luxury Companion? Jenn Marie Jean? Will Ryder? Mark Spiegler? Time will tell… I have a feeling this lawsuit was filed with the intention of being settled out of court. I don’t think Sheen should settle one damn thing out of court. It ALL needs to be put onto COURT RECORD soRead More
airbnb
Alexandra Mayers commentary: If what this woman is claiming is true – I’m totally grossed out and probably won’t be utilizing any Airbnb accommodations when I travel… Amazing how quickly the porn industry realized that Airbnb is the perfect service for booking inexpensive locations 🙂 spotted on SFgate.com A woman has filed suit against a porn company for allegedly filming a hardcore gay porn at the historic mansion she rented on Airbnb. The Smoking Gun acquired a lawsuit filed by Kristina Knapic, the owner ofAcacia Mansion in Ojai. Knapic’s lawsuitRead More