ATTENTION Porn Studios: Agents, Managers, Recruiters & Pimps: Las Vegas Doesn’t Want You

hiddeninplainsightMonicaFoster July 30, 2014

get outAlexandra Mayers fka Monica Foster commentary:  Both Mike South and Rob Black have tried to tell the porn industry nicely (and relatively gently) that the Free Speech Coalition’s plan of relocating the hub of the American pornographic industry from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, Nevada is not going to work out.

Well, I’m not so nice…

Porn industry “professionals” – consider this your final warning to sever your ties with the organized crime run sex trafficking rings, to follow the current (and pending) adult film industry legislation and to stay in California where you belong!

A beautiful portrait by the talented photographer Rick Garcia of the unattractive Diane Duke (executive director of the Free Speech Coalition) and her pornographer pal Jeff Mullen aka Will Ryder who has been filming adult content in Las Vegas, Nevada.

As of July 2013, a NEVADA law went into effect stating that sex trafficking is a category B felony with a sentence of 3 to 10 years in prison and as of this month (July 23rd) the first pimp was found guilty under that law.   This is a very clear message from Clark County and the state of Nevada directly to the pornographic industry to STAY OUT (especially considering the activity that many “agents”, “managers” & “recruiters” regularly engage in).

And don’t forget, if you think remaining based in California while shooting “on location” in Las Vegas is the solution – think again.  There’s a little something called “The Mann Act”.  In addition, IT IS NOT TECHNICALLY LEGAL TO SHOOT PORNOGRAPHY IN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (trust me, people ARE watching and tracking EXACTLY who is shooting their movies there).

If you are a porn industry professional, unless you want to wind up in jail, I strongly suggest you stop listening to Diane Duke and her mantra that Las Vegas “is welcoming us with open arms” – because she and those she associates with apparently are completely incapable of honesty.

article initially posted on 8NewsNow.com

The Clark County District Attorney’s Office is celebrating its first guilty verdict under a new law targeting sex traffickers.

On July 23, a jury found Edrick Dillard guilty of sex trafficking, living from the earnings of a prostitute and preventing/dissuading a witness from testifying. This is the first guilty verdict under a law that went into effect last July, which made sex trafficking a crime.

Before the new law went into effect, people could only be prosecuted for pandering, which carried a sentence of just one to five years in prison. Now, sex trafficking is a category B felony with a sentence of three to 10 years in prison.

“The use of the sex trafficking charge allows us to seek a much stronger sentence with this guilty verdict,” Chief Deputy District Attorney Marc Schifalacqua said. “The goal is to deter this behavior in the future, and the longer prison terms will further that goal.”

Dillard met a woman online and lured her into working for him, promising her a legitimate job in his escort business. However, the business was a front for prostitution. When she tried to leave, Dillard abused and intimidated her into continuing to work as a prostitute.

After his arrest, he continued to intimidate her and her family in an effort to get her to not testify against him.

He is facing similar charges in another trial.

The law does not just place harsher penalties on sex traffickers; it also provides assistance to victims. The victim in this case was helped by the DA’s Victim/Witness Assistance Center.

Will Ryder is shooting porn in Las Vegas where it is NOT legal to do so.  Any agents who sent their talent across state lines to be in his movie essentially violated The Mann Act & sex trafficking laws!

 

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