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Lacey Blake

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Recent Comments

  • Bonnie Rotten v Max Hardcore the Plot Thickens (18)
    • LurkingReader: so its like a cosy version of person answering CYA questions presented by off screen voice in a green room post event ??? like look...
    • mdxxx: I’ve seen the youtube video and it goes like this. Max calls her over, she sits on his lap and says the whole spiel about consensual...
    • LurkingReader: making correction to head off any issues re curiosity about using Quiet title possibly implying he is trying to take what...
    • LurkingReader: Agree the under age 21 is one of those over the top not relevant (that I can see) ancillary fluff stuffed into most initial...
    • BT: Ps – the problem with arguing that it’s all an act is this: If she was acting then – and it was pretty convincing – how...
    • BT: Under the age of 21 is meaningless. She was over 18, which is the legal age to perform in an adult video. That’s a little like saying,...
    • LurkingReader: 2257 may be required for each production but that’s easily gotten around placing model signature above date and producer...
    • LurkingReader: @BT I don’t see it as an issue. If the content in question is a filmed personal encounter there’s a lot of gray area....
    • jilted: If this ever gets to discovery, the very first thing asked of Max will be, please present your model release, and 2257 documentation....
    • LurkingReader: “In her intentional infliction of emotional distress count, Hicks states she was under the age of 21 and had not yet performed...

AIM Database Has Been Compromised.

If you have ever tested at AIM or any of AIM’s satellite draw stations all of your information is now in the hands of people who shouldn’t have it.

This started with a site that popped up with pretty much every performer’s ID info on it. Everyone was wondering how that information got out, males, females everyone. It started being whispered that it was sold by one or more companies or that it was supplied with screeners, then it started being whispered that it was from AIM.

Now proving something like this would be difficult except, people started emailing me saying “I only used that performer name one time, ever and that was when I tested at AIM.” First I verified two people, then two more both of whom shot only one time, but were required to get an AIM test. All made up a performer name and of the four two never even used the same name on a model release and one never even shot, the shoot fell through. Yet all the names and hundreds even thousands of others appear on this real name list on this site.

Incidentally I have never tested at AIM and my name does NOT appear on this list, even though my real name is readily available to anyone who wants to find it.

If you have ever tested at AIM you may want to call them, or better yet send them a certified letter demanding that all of your info be removed from their database. Even though the damage is done, it is clear that AIM has no direct knowledge how it happened so it could and probably will happen again.

I doubt that AIM actually sold the database, more likely it is just a case of lack of security, allowing someone who shouldn’t have had access to be able to dump the whole database, likely with address and birthdate and other info as well as name.