GDP Victims Win $13 Million

Michael Pratt from GDP

We’re happy to see that things are moving in the fight against unethical behavior in the adult industry. The case we’ve been following in the past year has come to a resolution. Justice has been made for 22 victims of the GirlsDoPorn scandal who were collectively awarded $9.5 million in compensatory damages and $3.5 in punitive damages.

Site owners Michael James Pratt and Matthew Isaac Wolfe, 37, but also adult movie performer Ruben Andre Garcia has been sued by 22 of the girls they tricked into having sex in front of the camera with the purpose of distributing the materials on the GirlsDoPorn platform, but also other adult sites around the web.

The trial has revealed gruesome details of the operation. It seems like although the girls agreed to have sex in front of the camera, they were tricked into signing contracts that gave Pratt and Wolfe the right to publish the tapes online. One of the methods they used to trick girls was to make them read misleading contracts while under the influence of alcohol so that they wouldn’t be able to figure out what they were signing.

Sadly, this was and probably still is an often-met practice in the world of porn. Trickery and cunning girls as young as 18 into performing sex in front of the camera with the intent of abusively sharing the images on the internet is one of the things that ruin the adult industry and our site is fiercely against it. We believe in ethical porn, and that’s why we will never promote GirlsDoPorn ever again.

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