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Ari Scott Bass Next Day In Court is Thursday

Oct. 2 2014.  This is a checkup on his probation issued by Judge Ann E Zimmerman in his beer bottle assault case.  I couldn’t find an email address for Judge Zimmerman but I do have a FAX number directly to her office

That number is (702) 385-8912 Fax

His case number is case #14F01031X, Ari Scott Bass

I have faxed Judge Zimmerman information pertinent to this hearing, as should you.  If you have been stalked, cyberstalked, threatened or in any way harassed by Ari Scott Bass aka Michael Whiteacre, Judge Zimmerman needs to hear from you.  It’s a very small effort and it will help insure that he lands behind bars where he belongs.

If you are in Las Vegas and willing to appear in Judge Zimmermans Court and report about what happens in this hearing, contact me.  It does pay.

Have a nice day Uncle Peg

 

I Miss The Days When the Porn Industry Wasn’t a Cesspool

Last week a cross over performer who goes by the name Doc Holliday in gay porn was caught faking his tests.  This prompted a press release from Talent testing Services on how to spot a fake TTS test.

Now if you are like me you think this is big news and I posted it immediately.  I was the only one.  The so called industry news sites didn’t even bother to run the press release, much less the story about Doc Holliday faking his tests.  You’d think it never happened.

I contacted Theo at AVN and he said if AVN didn’t run the press release then it was clearly a mistake. well maybe so but that was three days ago and they still haven’t run it…and you might notice as I did that there wasn’t a word about running a story about anyone faking tests.

And Helmy at XBiz  he had nothing to say.

Wouldn’t you think that if people are faking tests that performers might actually want to know about that?   why would AVN and XBiz hide it?  Why would they not even run a press release that instructs directors, performers and others how to spot a real test from a fake…is that really less important than Amazing Asses 17?

Well Xbiz finally did get around to running the press release but did they name the performer caught faking his tests?  Nope.

And if you ask them they pretend they are taking the high road and tell people they dont run “gossip”…blah bla..  as if somehow I do.

Then they both wonder how it is that I get named one of porns ten most powerful players by NBC and they dont get so much as a mention.  I will give you guys a hint…Its because you are not news  there is nothing on either XBiz or AVN that is anything more than a paid advertisement.  I would like to think this business deserves better but lately, it doesn’t.

 

Male Performer Faking Tests..How To Tell A Real one

There is a male performer who performs as Doc Holiday and other names faking his test from TTS.  No word how long it has been going on but he was busted on it today or yesterday.

Talent Testing Reminds everyone how to spot a fake

Fake TTS Results In The Industry – And How To Spot A Fake TTS Result
September 26th, 2014
Yesterday, an alert Producer in the Los Angeles area spotted a fake Talent Testing Service Inc. (TTS) paper result. According to Sixto Pacheco, President of TTS, this is the second time this year that someone tries to con the industry with a fake Talent Testing result. In both instances the person was caught and banned from the TTS testing system.
TTS would like to remind Talents, Agents and Producers that we have two key validation features in printed and web based Talent test result. that everyone can use:
QR CODES: Implemented on December 2011
We implemented QR Code Technology to protect the validity of all printed and web based results. All results now have a QRCode 2 Square below the results section of the report that when used in conjunction with any smart phone QR Code scanning software (such as ScanLife by Scanbuy, Inc. or Scan by QR Code City, LLC) it will show if the results are authentic and valid.
Once the barcode has been scanned, the browser will direct you to the TTS Mobile page that shows the Talent Id#, Date of Birth (DOB), Test Expiration Date (based on a 30-day testing cycle), and the actual test results. This technology will permit any user viewing an actual paper result to verify its authenticity on-demand.
AUTHENTICATION CODES:
If you don’t have access to software to read the QR Code, we provide an Authentication Code in each test performed. The Authentication Code for each test is found on the far right of each test result.
To use the code, simply visit www.talenttestingservice.com, where you will find a big tab labeled Test Authentication. Clicking on it will show you a new page where you enter the authentication code and a security code and results will be displayed and validated.
TTS has always been ahead of the curve in implementing leading edge technology and innovation. In addition to the QR Code and mobile access features, Producers/Agents as well as Talents are provided with a personal online dashboard with access to historical and most up-to-date testing information. Talents can also set up automatic reminders for next test dates.
About Talent Testing Services, Inc. (TTS)
As the leader in setting testing standards for the industry, Talent Testing Service, Inc. (TTS) consistently offers talents safe, courteous, affordable and convenient testing through wholly owned subsidiaries or collaborating sites. Since 2007, TTS has provided the most advanced infectious molecular testing for the adult industry. TTS is a privately held company with headquarters in Miami, Florida with subsidiaries in Las Vegas, Nevada and Los Angeles, California.
https://www.talenttestingservice.com info@talenttestingservice.com Miami, FL (Headquarters) (305) 792 2090 / Los Angeles (818) 885 0812 / Las Vegas (702) 868 8900 Twitter: @talenttesting Facebook: facebook.com/talenttestingservice

Worlds Largest Piracy Site Pornhub Wants To Be A Record Label

What could POSSIBLY go wrong there…SMFH.

And get this they are saying artists “can upload their own stuff”…ya right  just like porners uploaded all their own content.

What gets me is the mainstream press that this obvious scam is getting.  Even a washout like Coolio won’t officially announce a deal with them, and where else is HE gonna get any kind of deal?

What the high low on one of these artists coming to the realization that he/she is signing on to give Manwin/mindgeek music for free?

Maybe the music industry is as fucking stupid as the porn industry, somehow I dont see the RIAA selling out the music biz like The FSC did the porn biz.

Any “Artist” that signs on for this  deserves the fucking they will get.

 

 

Ya I know I know

I took a couple of days off to get in some riding.  The weather has just been gorgeous and I have been inside way too much lately working on a new project.  Things in porn have been rather slow anyway.  Uncle Peg suddenly realized he is in deep shit so he was busy all weekend removing posts from his twitter timeline…don’t worry Peg we got em all saved so yer still buttfucked…but we all know you like that.  Good thing too…I have a feeling Judge Ann Zimmerman isn’t real pleased with you right now.

Now a lot of readers on this site could care less about Ari Bass but there are also a lot that are just dying for him to get what’s coming to him and plan to throw a party when he is in jail and can no longer terrorize them, so I will keep y’all posted.

Uncle Peg’s chubby little wife, Christina Parreira aka Ela Stone and half a dozen other porn names and dozens of fake twitter names did a little speaking engagement at a college in Toledo last weekend about how it is wrong to abuse women because they are in the sex biz.  She was all busy patting herself on the back about it till the people that organized the event found out that she was convicted of domestic violence this year, and that her husband has two counts of domestic violence, one a felony hanging over his head.  he also had a felony arrest for assault…all this year.  Once they got a hold of the screen caps of the twitter war and the court records…well if I was Christina I wouldn’t pack my bags for that conference next year….Had they found out a couple of days prior they would have cancelled her.

And they are such big shots they couldn’t even afford a lawyer, they actually had a court appointed public defender. What a fucking loser…

Anyway enough about losers.  I have a very interesting date this weekend I will tell y’all all about next week and announcement of a new project I have been working on.

So I haven’t been fishing for a while and the weather is low humidity 70s and gorgeous so spending some time on the bike riding in the Mountains of GA, TN NC is a good escape.

I am back to the grind now  thank you all for stickin with me…Love You long time!

 

 

Manwin Colludes With ICM Registry Fabian Says FSC “Has No Real Value For Its Members”

INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION
In the Matter of the Independent Review Process:
Manwin Licensing International S.A.R.L.,
Claimant,
v.
Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and
Numbers (“ICANN”),
Respondent.
CASE MANAGER: Carolina Cardenas
ICDR Case No. 50 117 T 00812 11
WITNESS STATEMENT OF GREGORY
DUMAS IN SUPPORT OF ICANN’S
RESPONSE TO MANWIN LICENSING INTERNATIONAL S.A.R.L.’S
REQUEST FOR INDEPENDEN
T REVIEW PROCEEDING
JONES DAY
555 South Flower Street
Fiftieth Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Telephone: (213) 489-3939
Facsimile: (213) 243-2539
Counsel for Respondent ICANN
1.I have consulted for defendant ICM Registry, LLC (“ICM”) and served as the ICM Marketing Director since mid-2010. I submit this declaration in support of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers’ Response to Manwin Licensing International S.A.R.L.’s Request for Independent Review Pro ceeding. I have personal knowledge of the facts set forth herein, unless otherwise stated, and, if called upon to testify as a witness, I could and would
competently testify to these facts under oath. All Exhibits to this Declaration are maintained in business records in the ordinary course of my business.
2. Prior to executing its contract with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (“ICANN”), ICM developed the “Founders Program.” In December 2010, a few months after the decision to proceed with the .XXX sTLD was made by ICANN, the Founders Program was formally launched and was available to leading companies within the online adult entertainment industry. ICM’s Founders Program was established to support expressive activities by members of the Sponsored Community, whereby early adopters of the .XXX sTLD could secure and develop domain names in antic ipation of the official launch; the Founders Program closed on July 31, 2011. Under the terms of the agreement applicable to participation in the program, “Founders” were allocated specific valuable .XXX domains which must contain unique content and not merely dire ct users to alternate TLDs.
3.
My responsibilities at ICM included helping businesses become “Founders” within the Founders Program.
4.
During the Venus Tradeshow in Berlin, Germany, which ran from October 21-24, 2010, I, along with my ICM colleague, Claudio Menegatti (“Menegatti” ), met with YouPorn representative Fabian Thylmann (“Thylmann”). Thylmann informed Menegatti and me that YouPorn saw the introduction of the .XXX sTLD as a threat to YouPorn’s dominance over the adult Internet industry. At that time, Thylmann said that he would do whatever he could to stop .XXX. Specifically, Thylmann said that if ICANN approved the .XXX sTLD, YouPorn would file a lawsuit against ICM to disrupt its ability to conduct business.
5. On December 20, 2010, I sent an email to Thylmann informing him of the launch of the Founders Program and suggesting that it might be a good opportunity for YouPorn. Thylmann responded saying: “. . . the .XXX domainis useless even if it comes to market, and I am not interested, just as I was not interested before.” Attached as Exhibit 1 to this Declaration is a true and correct copy of this email correspondence.
6.In September 2011, Thylmann initiated a conversation with my ICM colleague, Chief Business Development Officer, Jonathan Todd and me, during an industry event in London. Thylmann purported to be interested in reaching a mutually beneficial business deal between YouPorn and ICM, and requested an in-person meeting with ICM’s CEO, Stuart Lawley (“Lawley”).
7. I understand that this requested meeting was held between Lawley and Thylmann on September 23, 2011. In fact, I understand that two meetings were held on that date. I understand that at these meetings YouPorn laid out a list of demands it wanted ICM to meet in order for YouPorn to conduc t business with ICM.
8. On October 12, 2011, I attended what I understood to be a meeting with YouPorn to follow up on the September 23 meetings. This follow-up meeting occurred at YouPorn’s offices in Montreal.
9.During the meeting, YouPorn’s representatives refined the list of demands presented to my ICM colleagues in the September 23 meetings. Specifically, at this meeting, YouPorn demanded that ICM: (i) allocate a minimum of several thousand .XXX domain names to YouPorn, free of charge; (ii) commit to prevent IFFOR from making any policies that ban or restrict the operation of user-generated content “tube” sites on .XXX domains; (iii) grant across-the-board discounts on all .XXX domain registrations; and (iv) allow YouPorn to operate certain ‘premium’ or high value domain names, such as “tube.xxx,” through a revenue sharing arrangement between YouPorn and ICM. Thylmann further stated that he needed the deal to include concessions by ICM that would put a positive “spin” on YouPorn’s involvement, so that it would appear that YouPorn accomplished some positive impact for the industry when news of the deal was announced.
10.YouPorn threatened ICM by saying that if its demands were not met, it intended to spend several million dollars per year for the next several years tying up ICM in litigation. [at this point I couldnt convert the pdf into word press probably because of the signature so I screen captured the rest]
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EXHIBIT 1
MANWIN1MANWIN2

How Rock N Roll Came To Russia

I was reading and I came across this fascinating bit of rock n roll history first ya might wanna give a listen to these couple of minutes of the Elvis Presley Song “Heartbreak Hotel” I’m sure you know the song and I’m sure you will listen to it and think WOW That’s what they had to listen to?

That recording was made onto a discarded X Ray and its quality is quite good considering how it was done.

Now here is the story behind that and other recordings. And it all happened in my lifetime.

Long before cassettes, computers, recordable CDs, and Bit Torrents, sharing music with your friends wasn’t easy. This was particularly true of the Soviet Union in the 1950s and 1960s, where citizens were forbidden to even own entire categories of music, specially jazz, rock and roll and rhythm and blues. There was only one record company, Melodiya, and being state owned it echoed government policy towards music. “Musicians such as these, who have plunged to the depth of musical decline, do not deserve a place on Soviet records.”

One thing you can count on, where there is a demand for something, and a chance to make a profit, there will be a way.

Outside Russia, it was possible to buy or rent a portable record cutting machine, a heavy suit case sized device that would cut a custom recording on a record blank. These machines became pretty popular during World War II, when soldiers separated from their families could send and receive disks as talking letters, but could also make personal recordings so they could hear themselves (usually for the first time) talking, telling jokes and singing.

An old Vinyl disk recorder.

An old Vinyl disk recorder.

Needless to say these record cutting machines were not available in the Russia, where even typewriters were difficult to come by. Both were seen as a way of spreading unauthorized personal and political expression, an unwelcome activity in a police state. but the something happened that briefly opened up the Russian borders and brought some of the outside world to its citizenry: World War II. Germany attacked Russia.  When the Red Army and the Russian Winter battled the Nazis to a standstill, Germany eventually pulled back.  The Red Army pushed forward pushing the Germans back into their own border and using the opportunity to occupy and seize eastern Europe.  Suddenly Russian farmboys were being exposed to the alluring temptations of big cities like Krakow, Prague, Zagreb and Berlin.  They weren’t exactly London, Paris and New York City but to a Russian they may as well have been:  Things like stylish clothes and other consumer goods. So were exciting new kinds of forbidden music from the West, like Big Band, Jazz and R & B.

Pretty soon, musical recordings were being smuggled into Russia hidden in soldier’s gear, to be played on home phonographs…quietly so the neighbors wouldn’t turn them into the secret police. Some of the more enterprising soldiers returned with more dangerous and outrageous contraband: The recording machines they bought (or took as spoils of war) from the local population.

But there was a problem: The machines required a blank disk for every record made. Once their initial supply ran out the Russians were out of luck. The blank disks weren’t available in Russia, threatening to make the machines useless. But Russians were used to shortagesof almost everything and they got good at converting whatever they could scrounge into what they needed. They focused their efforts into finding something cheap and plentiful that might be useable as a recording medium.

It had to be soft enough to accept a cut from a vibrating needle. After experimenting with foils, glossy cardboards, sheet metal, and who knows what else. Someone finally found a solution, in hospital trash bins.

Nobody knows who first came up with the idea that a discarded X Ray might make a good record, they were certainly plentiful, hospitals discarded them regularly so people could pick them up for free or buy them from others who did for just a few kopecs.

These used plastic sheets, though flexible were thick enough and firm enough to hold the etchings of the recording machine.  The sound wasn’t great and the tended to warp and didn’t last a long time but they were cheap and better than the alternative, which was no music at all.

The records became known as “Bone Rock” or “Rib Rock” they first required cutting the sheets into circles with a hole at the center long before Heavy Metal and Goth made skulls and bones a staple of rock imagery Russian rock fans were buying one sided recordings of John Coltrane, Elvis, Buddy Holly and The Platters decorated with X-Rays of skulls, ribs, hips and bones usually selected and centered for the best visual presentation.

xray_records

The relatively few voice recording machines looted during the war weren’t enough to keep up with the demand for bootleg music.  the loose network of record makers known as Roentgenizdat labouriously made an estimated 3 million records, one at a time, during the 1950’s and 1960’s. According to accounts from Russians photograph salons got in on the act too, buying machines to cut “audio postcards” for customers then using them at night to copy records.  Black marketers also figured out that they could turn two phonographs into a duplicating  machine by playing a record on one and routing the audio into the other with a heavy arm adapted to scratch the vibrations into the blank.

A huge underground market developed. Records generally came marked with a cryptic number, but no names of songs or artists, which helped avoid incrimination if discovered by the authorities. The music was pretty much whatever the bootleggers could get their hands on.

One reliable source of contraband records was Finnish and Swedish sailors, who were allowed to dock at the ports of Lenningrad and Riga. Popular in the 1950’s were Little Richard,  and Bill Haley and the Comets from the USA and British acts like Tommy Steele and Johnny and the Hurricanes.  In the 60’s it was the Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Motown.

In addition to being what the people wanted the records were also cheap.  An official disk from the state record company cost 5 rubles, a weeks worth of lunches for the average working man in Russia. A “Rib Rock” recording cost only one ruble, the equivalent of skipping a single lunch.

It took the a while but finally the authorities got fed up and cracked down. First they put out their own Rib Rock recording that would start like the music then launch into a tirade about the listener being anti-Russian. In 1958 it became illegal to even own a “Rib Record”, producers and sellers were arrested and sent to work camps.  People continued to listen to the records though because they felt like it was worth the risk.

In the early 1970’s “Rib Records” started becoming obsolete, as the rest of the world began discovering “cassettes”.   The Soviet Union went a different direction and reel to reel recorders began being available in record stores.  The sound quality was far better and it was easier to make copies for friends, additionally they could record shortwave radio broadcasts from Radio Luxembourg and other Western sources that were no longer being “jammed” by Soviet Authorities.

X Ray records are an interesting bit of Rock N Roll History that no doubt is very similar to the history of porn here in the USA.  Again as with prohibition, the War on Drugs, and countless other policies the bottom line is that if people want it, they will get it.  A market will emerge to supply it and the government will sooner or later have to accept that the people want it and will get it.

It’s hard to believe that in this day and age of modern technology and advanced understanding of human nature and sociology we still don’t get it.

Ok that’s it for the educational part of our programming…..hope y’all found this as interesting as I did.

 

 

Max Hardcore Bankruptcy Filings

One thing that came out of the Bonnie Rotten suit is that Max Hardcore has multiple bankruptcy filings. They may all be related to one bankruptcy but the appear to be at least 2 different ones. Either way he only rivals Jeffrey Douglas in the amount Max is over 1 million dollars. Interestingly one of Max’s creditors is…TADA! Jeffrey Douglas!

Central District Of California
Claims Register
2:11-bk-22208-WB Paul F Little Closed 10/01/2013, Debtor dismissed 04/24/2013

Judge: Julia W. Brand Chapter: 13
Office: Los Angeles Last Date to file claims:
Trustee: Nancy K Curry (TR) Last Date to file (Govt):
Creditor: (28963925)
Discover Bank
DB Servicing Corporation
PO Box 3025
New Albany, OH 43054-3025 Claim No: 1
Original Filed Date: 03/30/2011
Original Entered Date: 03/30/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Melissa L Wilson
Modified:
Amount claimed: $13475.76
Unsecured claimed: $13475.76
History:
Details 1-1 03/30/2011 Claim #1 filed by Discover Bank, Amount claimed: $13475.76 (Wilson, Melissa )
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (28966693)
American InfoSource LP as agent for
First Data Global Leasing
PO Box 248838
Oklahoma City, OK 73124-8838 Claim No: 2
Original Filed Date: 03/30/2011
Original Entered Date: 03/30/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Blake Hogan
Modified:
Amount claimed: $665.60
Unsecured claimed: $665.60
History:
Details 2-1 03/30/2011 Claim #2 filed by American InfoSource LP as agent for, Amount claimed: $665.60 (Hogan, Blake )
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (28974864)
American InfoSource LP as agent for
T Mobile/T-Mobile USA Inc
PO Box 248848
Oklahoma City, OK 73124-8848 Claim No: 3
Original Filed Date: 03/31/2011
Original Entered Date: 03/31/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Blake Hogan
Modified:
Amount claimed: $1134.57
Unsecured claimed: $1134.57
History:
Details 3-1 03/31/2011 Claim #3 filed by American InfoSource LP as agent for, Amount claimed: $1134.57 (Hogan, Blake )
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (28999755)
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Business Direct Division
100 W. Washington St., 8th Flr.
Phoenix, AZ 85003 Claim No: 4
Original Filed Date: 04/01/2011
Original Entered Date: 04/01/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Alex P Vu
Modified:
Amount claimed: $9944.61
Unsecured claimed: $9944.61
History:
Details 4-1 04/01/2011 Claim #4 filed by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Amount claimed: $9944.61 (Vu, Alex )
Description: (4-1) 165698663
Remarks:

Creditor: (28893137)
Sirkin Kinsley & Nazzarine
810 Sycamore Street, 2nd Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45202 Claim No: 5
Original Filed Date: 04/04/2011
Original Entered Date: 04/04/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Sarah Cowan
Modified:
Amount claimed: $59474.54
Unsecured claimed: $59474.54
History:
Details 5-1 04/04/2011 Claim #5 filed by Sirkin Kinsley & Nazzarine, Amount claimed: $59474.54 (Cowan, Sarah )
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (28893132)
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 21126
Philadelphia, PA 19114-0326 Claim No: 6
Original Filed Date: 04/07/2011
Original Entered Date: 04/07/2011
Last Amendment Filed: 07/19/2012
Last Amendment Entered: 07/19/2012
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Carolyn L Brown
Modified:
Amount claimed: $4296.11
Secured claimed: $4296.11
Priority claimed: $0.00
History:
Details 6-1 04/07/2011 Claim #6 filed by Internal Revenue Service, Amount claimed: $16440.07 (Brown, Carolyn )
Details 6-2 06/11/2012 Amended Claim #6 filed by Internal Revenue Service, Amount claimed: $7656.16 (Brown, Carolyn )
Details 6-3 06/19/2012 Amended Claim #6 filed by Internal Revenue Service, Amount claimed: $4314.22 (Brown, Carolyn )
Details 6-4 07/19/2012 Amended Claim #6 filed by Internal Revenue Service, Amount claimed: $4296.11 (Brown, Carolyn )
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (29537832)
eCAST Settlement Corporation
POB 29262
New York, NY 10087-9262 Claimant History Claim No: 7
Original Filed Date: 04/14/2011
Original Entered Date: 04/14/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Blake Hogan
Modified:
Amount claimed: $26073.47
Unsecured claimed: $26073.47
History:
Details 7-1 04/14/2011 Claim #7 filed by FIA Card Services, NA as successor in interest to, Amount claimed: $26073.47 (Hogan, Blake )
16 06/08/2011 Transfer of Claim(s) Transferor: FIA Card Services, NA as successor in interest to (Claim No.7); To eCAST Settlement Corporation Filed by Becket 2,Alane. (Becket 2,Alane)
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (29130941)
JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A.
c/o Mary Lautenbach
Chase Auto Finance, AZ1-1191
201 N. Central Ave
Phoenix AZ 85004 Claim No: 8
Original Filed Date: 04/18/2011
Original Entered Date: 04/19/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Cynthia Banderas
Modified:
Amount claimed: $25475.88
Unsecured claimed: $25475.88
History:
Details 8-1 04/18/2011 Claim #8 filed by JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A., Amount claimed: $25475.88 (Banderas, Cynthia )
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (29362333)
American Express Bank, FSB
c o Becket and Lee LLP
POB 3001
Malvern, PA 19355-0701 Claim No: 9
Original Filed Date: 05/17/2011
Original Entered Date: 05/17/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Thomas A. Lee 1, III
Modified:
Amount claimed: $330.91
Unsecured claimed: $330.91
History:
Details 9-1 05/17/2011 Claim #9 filed by American Express Bank, FSB, Amount claimed: $330.91 (Lee 1, Thomas )
Description: (9-1) CREDIT CARD DEBT
Remarks:

Creditor: (29578704)
eCAST Settlement Corporation, assignee
of Citibank (South Dakota), N.A.
POB 29262
New York, NY 10087-9262 Claim No: 10
Original Filed Date: 06/14/2011
Original Entered Date: 06/14/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Thomas A. Lee 1, III
Modified:
Amount claimed: $45810.61
Unsecured claimed: $45810.61
History:
Details 10-1 06/14/2011 Claim #10 filed by eCAST Settlement Corporation, assignee, Amount claimed: $45810.61 (Lee 1, Thomas )
Description: (10-1) CREDIT CARD DEBT
Remarks:

Creditor: (29646328)
FRANCHISE TAX BOARD
BANKRUPTCY SECTION MS A340
PO BOX 2952
SACRAMENTO CA 95812-2952 Claim No: 11
Original Filed Date: 06/22/2011
Original Entered Date: 06/22/2011
Last Amendment Filed: 05/14/2012
Last Amendment Entered: 05/14/2012
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Tahereh Navabian
Modified:
Amount claimed: $0.00
Priority claimed: $0.00
History:
Details 11-1 06/22/2011 Claim #11 filed by FRANCHISE TAX BOARD, Amount claimed: $664.36 (Abella, Amanda )
Details 11-2 05/14/2012 Amended Claim #11 filed by FRANCHISE TAX BOARD, Amount claimed: $0.00 (Navabian, Tahereh )
Description: (11-1) Claim Filed
(11-2) Claim Filed
Remarks:

Creditor: (29756707)
OneWest Bank, FSB
2900 Esperanza Crossing
Austin, TX 78758 Claim No: 12
Original Filed Date: 07/06/2011
Original Entered Date: 07/06/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: William Malcolm
Modified:
Amount claimed: $963506.69
Secured claimed: $963506.69
History:
Details 12-1 07/06/2011 Claim #12 filed by OneWest Bank, FSB, Amount claimed: $963506.69 (Malcolm, William )
doc 05/31/2012 Notice of Mortgage Payment Change (Claim # 12) with Certificate of Service Filed by Creditor OneWest Bank FSB. (Attachments: # 1 Supplement) (Morell, Lorna)
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (29810891)
Citibank, N.A.
DBA
4740 121st St
Urbandale, IA 50323 Claim No: 13
Original Filed Date: 07/12/2011
Original Entered Date: 07/12/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Lauren Rossi
Modified:
Amount claimed: $3464.59
Secured claimed: $0.00
Priority claimed: $0.00
Unknown claimed: $0.00
Unsecured claimed: $3464.59
History:
Details 13-1 07/12/2011 Claim #13 filed by Citibank, N.A., Amount claimed: $3464.59 (Rossi, Lauren )
Description:
Remarks:

Creditor: (29810891)
Citibank, N.A.
DBA
4740 121st St
Urbandale, IA 50323 Claim No: 14
Original Filed Date: 07/12/2011
Original Entered Date: 07/12/2011

Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Lauren Rossi
Modified:
Amount claimed: $7532.40
Secured claimed: $0.00
Priority claimed: $0.00
Unknown claimed: $0.00
Unsecured claimed: $7532.40
History:
Details 14-1 07/12/2011 Claim #14 filed by Citibank, N.A., Amount claimed: $7532.40 (Rossi, Lauren )
Description:
Remarks:

Claims Register Summary
Case Name: Paul F Little
Case Number: 2:11-bk-22208-WB
Chapter: 13
Date Filed: 03/22/2011
Total Number Of Claims: 14

Total Amount Claimed* $1161185.74
Total Amount Allowed*
*Includes general unsecured claims

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Claimed Allowed
Secured $967802.80
Priority $0.00
Administrative

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Central District Of California
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2:13-bk-27994-NB Paul F Little

Judge: Neil W. Bason Chapter: 13
Office: Los Angeles       Last Date to file claims: 11/29/2013
Trustee: Kathy A Dockery (TR) Last Date to file (Govt): 01/13/2014
Creditor:          (34178705)
American InfoSource LP as agent for
T Mobile/T-Mobile USA Inc
PO Box 248848
Oklahoma City, OK 73124-8848
Claim No: 1
Original Filed Date: 07/25/2013
Original Entered Date: 07/25/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Lovetta Walls
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $1134.57
History:

Details 1-1 07/25/2013 Claim #1 filed by American InfoSource LP as agent for, Amount claimed: $1134.57 (Walls, Lovetta )
Description:
Remarks:
Creditor:          (34134218)
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 21126
Philadelphia, PA 19114-0326
Claim No: 2
Original Filed Date: 07/26/2013
Original Entered Date: 07/26/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Carolyn L Brown
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $8142.69
 Secured claimed: $4628.22
 Priority claimed: $3462.81
History:

Details 2-1 07/26/2013 Claim #2 filed by Internal Revenue Service, Amount claimed: $8142.69 (Brown, Carolyn )
Description:
Remarks:
Creditor:          (34220554)
Discover Bank
DB Servicing Corporation
PO Box 3025
New Albany, OH 43054-3025
Claim No: 3
Original Filed Date: 08/02/2013
Original Entered Date: 08/02/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Darlene Slusher
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $13485.99
History:

Details 3-1 08/02/2013 Claim #3 filed by Discover Bank, Amount claimed: $13485.99 (Slusher, Darlene )
Description:
Remarks:
Creditor:          (35293366)
Deutsche Bank National Trust Company c/o
Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC
Attn: Bankruptcy Department
P.O. BOX 24605
West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4605          Claimant History
Claim No: 4
Original Filed Date: 08/07/2013
Original Entered Date: 08/07/2013
Status: Transferred 36
Filed by: CR
Entered by: John R Callison
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $980069.75
 Secured claimed: $980069.75
History:

Details 4-1 08/07/2013 Claim #4 filed by OneWest Bank, FSB, Amount claimed: $980069.75 (Callison, John )
36 06/04/2014 Transfer of Claim Transfer Agreement 3001 (e) 2 Transferor: OneWest Bank, FSB (Claim No. 4) To Deutsche Bank National Trust Company c/o Fee Amount $25 To Deutsche Bank National Trust Company c/o Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLCAttn: Bankruptcy DepartmentP.O. BOX 24605West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4605 Filed by Creditor Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC. (Lewis, Vanessa) Status: Transferred
Description:
Remarks:
Creditor:          (34241872)
eCAST Settlement Corporation, SUCCESSOR
to FIA Card Services, N.A.
POB 29262
New York, NY 10087-9262
Claim No: 5
Original Filed Date: 08/08/2013
Original Entered Date: 08/08/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Thomas A. Lee 1, III
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $26073.47
History:

Details 5-1 08/08/2013 Claim #5 filed by eCAST Settlement Corporation, SUCCESSOR, Amount claimed: $26073.47 (Lee 1, Thomas )
Description: (5-1) CREDIT CARD DEBT
Remarks:
Creditor:          (34241873)
eCAST Settlement Corporation, assignee
of Citibank (South Dakota), N.A.
POB 29262
New York, NY 10087-9262
Claim No: 6
Original Filed Date: 08/08/2013
Original Entered Date: 08/08/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Thomas A. Lee 1, III
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $45810.61
History:

Details 6-1 08/08/2013 Claim #6 filed by eCAST Settlement Corporation, assignee, Amount claimed: $45810.61 (Lee 1, Thomas )
Description: (6-1) CREDIT CARD DEBT
Remarks:
Creditor:          (34311382)
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Business Direct Division
P.O. Box 29482
Phoenix, AZ 85038-8650
Claim No: 7
Original Filed Date: 08/27/2013
Original Entered Date: 08/27/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Eva M Norero
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $8682.15
History:

Details 7-1 08/27/2013 Claim #7 filed by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Amount claimed: $8682.15 (Norero, Eva )
Description: (7-1) D# 165698663
Remarks: (7-1) VBC 5603
Creditor:          (34418740)
American InfoSource LP as agent for
First Data Global Leasing
PO Box 248838
Oklahoma City, OK 73124-8838
Claim No: 8
Original Filed Date: 09/25/2013
Original Entered Date: 09/25/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Lovetta Walls
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $537.60
History:

Details 8-1 09/25/2013 Claim #8 filed by American InfoSource LP as agent for, Amount claimed: $537.60 (Walls, Lovetta )
Description:
Remarks:
Creditor:          (34444133)
American Express Bank, FSB
c o Becket and Lee LLP
POB 3001
Malvern, PA 19355-0701
Claim No: 9
Original Filed Date: 10/01/2013
Original Entered Date: 10/01/2013
Status:
Filed by: CR
Entered by: Thomas A. Lee 1, III
Modified:
 Amount claimed: $330.91
History:

Details 9-1 10/01/2013 Claim #9 filed by American Express Bank, FSB, Amount claimed: $330.91 (Lee 1, Thomas )
Description: (9-1) CREDIT CARD DEBT
Remarks:

Claims Register Summary

Case Name: Paul F Little
Case Number: 2:13-bk-27994-NB
Chapter: 13
Date Filed: 07/15/2013
Total Number Of Claims: 9

Total Amount Claimed* $1084267.74
Total Amount Allowed*

*Includes general unsecured claims

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Claimed Allowed
Secured $984697.97
Priority $3462.81
Administrative

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Uncle Peg’s Next Court Date

Is Oct. 2, 2014 at 8AM Its a status check on his probation from previous charges It will be in Judge Ann Zimmermans court.

I’m hearing things aren’t going to go well for for the serial wife beating douchebag.

Bonnie Rotten v Max Hardcore the Plot Thickens

Ok this ones weird to me.  Theres an interview done right after her shoot with Max at xcritic  she praises her scene with max saying it was fun and that she is into “Consensual  rape”

So whats with the lawsuit? What does she hope to get in an Illinois County Court? One thing I know about Max is that he is very meticulous about his record keeping. He has the model release.

Well it seems there are also two filings in Los Angeles Superior Court One with Max as the Petitioner as a general title case and one with Bonnie as the petitioner as a civil harassment case

Bonnie Rotten v Max Hardcore

Bonnie Rotten v Max Hardcore 2

Bonnie Rotten Max hardcore Case Explained

A Reader found this at the Cook County legal Record Site

Porn stars set to face off in Chicago court over defamation suit stemming from release of scene

A California woman who works in the adult film industry under the stage name “Bonnie Rotten” is suing a fellow porn star, claiming video stills and a scene they shot together was made available to the public without her consent.

Alaina Hicks filed a lawsuit May 7 in the Cook County Circuit Court against Paul F. Little, Film West Production and Maxhardcoretv.com, alleging appropriation of her identity, defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

The suit claims the defendants posted a scene and still photos from an adult movie filmed in 2012 between Hicks and Little, who performs under the stage name “Max Hardcore,” without her permission.

Little, according to the suit, is a California resident who runs an internet video service and for-pay website that distributes videos produced by him and Film West Production on its website Maxhardcoretv.com. The suit claims he sentenced to prison on obscenity charges in 2008 in Florida and is frequently depicted in his films degrading women.

Hicks alleges that in July 2013, Little used his “MaxHardCore100? Twitter account to post links to a website where people could purchase the scene between the two of them and still photos from the movie. She also accuses him of making defamatory comments about her on Twitter and under each still picture on his website.

In addition to being available to paying members of certain adult movie websites and to those who purchased a DVD, Hicks claims non-paying viewers, including those in Illinois, were able to see the still photos and scene of her and Little.

She claims the scene was filmed even though she didn’t sign a model release agreement and never gave the defendants permission “to distribute, market or post on the internet for public viewing any depiction of her name, likeliness, photograph, image or voice.”

The suit alleges that anyone who conducted an internet search of her and Little’s stages names had access to the scene between July 13 and July 15, 2012. It also notes that as of May 6,  still photos and animated GIFs of the scene are still on the internet.

Hicks asserts the photos, scene and Little’s comments have damaged her character, reputation and career, which the suit notes includes being dubbed the 2014 Adult Video News female performer of the year.

In her intentional infliction of emotional distress count, Hicks states she was under the age of 21 and had not yet performed in film at the time she shot the scene with Little. She claims the defendants should have known the release of the scene would cause her “to become distressed.”

Each of Hicks’ three counts seeks $50,000 in damages. She also asked for punitive damages, attorney’s fees, costs and any profits the defendants made from their use of her identity, as well as injunction preventing them from marketing, using or seeking commercial use of her identity under the Right of Publicity Act.

Electronic court records show a judge allowed an injunction on May 23 and then denied an injunction on May 29. It also appears the court set a June 12 deadline to amend the complaint and a July 15 hearing in the matter.

Hicks is being represented by Chicago attorney Karl E. Hunsicker of Law Offices of Karl E. Hunsicker. Records do not list an attorney for the defendants.

Bonnie Rotten Sues Max Hardcore

I picked this up from courthouse news:

LOS ANGELES (CN) – A pornographic actor and filmmaker asked a judge to weigh in on a dispute over image rights to an actress who he claims agreed to perform in one of his films.
Paul Little aka Max Hardcore sued actress Alaina Hicks, 21, who performs under the name Bonnie Rotten, in Superior Court.
Little claims the actress is trying to repudiate a January 2012 artists agreement that gave him permission to use her performance in an adult film he acted in and produced.
Little claims that Hicks received a “substantial benefit” from appearing in his film, “Fuck Puppets 2.”
“Hicks without justification, breached the agreement by repudiating the contract and demanded that plaintiff Little cease and desist from using her performance in the adult film that plaintiff Little produced,” the complaint states.
Though Hicks continues to exploit her performance in the movie, she sued Little in Cook County, Illinois for appropriation of identity and defamation, claiming she never gave Little permission to use her performance in the film, Little says.
In that lawsuit, obtained from the Courthouse News Service database, Hicks claims that Little tweeted images and links to a scene in the porn flick, along with several comments, including: “‘I partied with Bonnie Rotten before she got into the business.'”
“Videos produced by and featuring defendant Little, who performs under the stage name Max Hardcore frequently depict forced sex, degrading language and vomiting and urination,” the Cook County lawsuit says.
In the Cook County filing, Hick says that Little was convicted in Florida on obscenity charges in 2008 and says that the scene in which she appears contained “numerous examples” of degrading and humiliating conduct.
But in his July 3 complaint, Little says: “Defendant Hicks brought her action in a state court in the State of Illinois despite the fact the agreement that she signed was entered into in California, her performance that was required under the contract was in California and she identified herself in the complaint filed in state court in Illinois as a resident of the State of California.”
Little wants a judge to find the agreement is binding, plus damages and costs.
He is represented by Keith Rouse of Pasadena.
Hicks’ attorney Karl Hunsicker called Little’s filing “nothing more than retaliation,” adding that his client had been forced to take legal action after Little “refused to sign an agreement reached by both parties in July of 2013.”
“To date, neither myself nor my client have seen the purported model release alluded to in Mr. Little’s lawsuit despite repeated requests,” Hunsicker said in an email.

Shy Love Now Operating the VIP Connect

 

I usually don’t run press releases but Shy is the one agent in L.A. that I have never had a girl bitch about to me.

 

Performer-director-producer Shy Love is back in the mix and is now operating The VIP Connect ( www.thevipconnect.com )

Love has started operating a new talent agency, The VIP Connect.

“After taking some time out and getting multiple calls about me returning I figured why not, I understand all the aspects of the talent. I can make it easy for them to transition into the adult industry,” said Love.” I have always given talent something they’re not accustomed to,” vowed Love. “Over the last nine years, I’ve trained and help build careers of a lot of stars”.

Love said that she would do more than merely get bookings for her clients. “I want to help these girls. The VIP Connect is really all about relationships and mutual respect, not about numbers. “We really want to represent quality girls and guide them in a very hands-on way throughout their careers.”

We recently added some amazing stars into our roster, Madison Ivy, Lisa Daniels, Nikki Delano, Tia Cyrus, Sadie Santana, Sandra Luberc, Abby Cross, Allison Moore, Ryder Skye and Newbie’s Alex Tanner, Hannah Hartman, Eva Long, Maci Maguire and Tiff Banister.The VIP Connect can be reached by phone at (702) 462-8755

I’d Sure Like To See An Audit of The FSC

I’d love to know exactly how much they actually spend on administrative overhead and such.  And I would really love to know how much was spent on attorneys defending Diane Duke various charges….I’m hearing in the last few years they spent more mony on that one thing than everything else put together after overhead….

Are you guys EVER going to wake up and clean up this cesspool?

Do You Know How Hard You Just Hit The FSC? – Reader Mail

I got this from an industry attorney, I rewrote it in my own words.

Whether you realize it or not you landed a hard blow to The Free Speech Coalition.  If what you say is true, and I have no reason to believe it isn’t , then The Board of Directors has to launch an immediate investigation as not doing so opens them up to massive legal problems.  Before you exposed the relationship the board could simply maintain that they had no idea and potentially shield themselves from liability, particularly if there is moral or legal wrongdoing on the part of Ms Duke as well.

Now they can’t make that claim and the truth is at least  one of the two would certainly have to go, preferably by resignation.

You opened a big can of worms my friend, a really big one, they may be quiet right now but if they aren’t addressing this they are committing suicide.