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Everyone at Girls Do Porn Facing Sex Trafficking Charges

Lying and coercing women to get them to have sex on camera may be lucrative, $17M in revenue lucrative, but it may also lead to charges of sex trafficking and a possible life sentence.

22 plaintiffs claim Girls Do Porn told them they were shooting a modeling gig until they got to the hotel room and realized “modeling” was code for sex on camera. GDP told them the videos would only be released on DVD in Australia but clearly that’s a lie and there’s this thing called the internet.

Multiple women claim they didn’t know how to extricate themselves from the situation as they felt outnumbered. A few also claimed the main actor raped them before and after the shoot.

After the videos were released, it was only a matter of time before people found out who they were and let everyone know.

GDP owner Michael Pratt, videographer Matthew Wolfe, actor Ruben “Andre” Garcia and administrative assistant Valerie Moser are being charged with sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking.

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