Are Regretful Women Justified To Sue Pornographers?

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  1. Warm Potato

    Warm Potato Active Member

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    Recall in November 2019, the lawsuits against GirlsDoPorn. The women alleged that via coercion and fraud, they were misled into doing porn.
    Some were told that the film would not leave the country. Others were told it was a modeling contract and not pornography. Still others were told they'd be paid a certain amount, yet were paid a different amount.
    And now we have this.

    Czech Casting is facing similar charges of coercion and fraud.
    Among the many discussions I've seen on the topic, opinions generally fall under two categories. The first, argues these women have no case and must face the consequences for their actions. The second, argues these women have the right to destroy these companies and take down all copies of the videos.
    Who is right? Who is wrong?
    Should regretful women be allowed to sue and bankrupt adult film companies?
     
  2. Darthcervantes

    Darthcervantes Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    This has to be Trump's fault some how. Let's see. Trump was supposedly with that porn star, Stormy something, and because he was with her, that INCITED these women to do porn. Man! its so easy! I love this new system. By the way, I'm not responsible for this post because TRUMP MADE ME DO IT
     

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