Famous and controversial website GirlsDoPorn got shut down early this year. Site featured hundreds of girls doing their first porn.
Since 2013 GDP was recruiting young girls to feature them in their website. The rumor was that they were offering through BubbleGum Casting porn gigs paying between 3k to 10k a day/two for around 3 scenes. When the recruited girls were shy about their families finding out about their porn, they were told that the videos would only be available in th international market… I guess these American and Canadian girls never heard of the internet before. Still they di the porn and many got their first facials, others used those videos to kickstart their porn: Girl such as Kali Carter, Jenna
The owner of GDP, New Zealander Mr. Pratt got indicted for sex trafficking. He fled to his native NZ. The other collaborators on the site were also charged. The 22 girls who sue GDP got around $13 MILLLION in compensation.
SOme other interesting facts about the whole GDP story:
- It was stated in the lawsuit that the website made $17,000,000 in the span of 7 years.
- It is said that there is material worth $4M unreleased of girls shot years ago.
- JD 17 tried to warn others and was successful to an extent. Other girls did message her saying they were considering shooting for GDP. and thanked her for saving them. But Sadock, GDP’s lawyer, sent her a cease and desist.
- GDP was paying $1,000 referral fee for anyone getting a girl who would shoot content for them
Some very famous girls got got huge internet attention on the website were Miss Colorado and Miss Delaware.
Were all the girls tricked? Probably not. There is a video of a girl accompanied y her mom to the porn scene. Which is weird, but also tells that some girls did know what they were getting into. Here Melissa King aka Miss Delaware readinf the disclosure information on her contract. Maybe prior contracts were not written that way? Who knows.
The attorneys representing the plaintiffs stated that GDP was taking advantage of the girls and using the “male privilege” position they had to push the girls into the acts.
In July 2019, Motherboard reported on Pornhub’s central role in the Girls Do Porn case. The platform enabled rampant doxing and harassment of the women suing the porn production company, as well as other women not part of the lawsuit who we contacted independently, and “over 100” who are not part of the lawsuit but who the women’s lawyers interviewed and said had the same experience. Whenever we published a story about the case, more women who were in Girls Do Porn videos who didn’t know about the lawsuit reached out to us with identical stories.I guess the others who did not know about the lawsuit might be regretting not knowing.
It is said that the 22 Jane Doe from the lawsuit are looking to take down their videos.
GDP is in a similar situation as that of CzechCasting, which was recruiting girls on FB. One of the famous busty pornstars who appeared on the site alerted some naive Czech girls about it, but those girls did not believe the claims and ended up appearing on the internet. In CZ case it looks even shadier, as the site is blocked in their home country, but obviously tube sites are not blocked, thus content always leaking. Come on. it is 2020 now, if someone records you fucking for big money, 99% chances are it will be online.
The interest in seeing new girls or girls next door getting fucked for the first time amd epeople pour money in the company. However, the GDP story proves an old saying that goes “God forgives the sinn, but not the scandal”. I do not understand the part of the sex trafficking charge, as the girls signed contracts and it was porn production. The girls were aware they were going to shoot porn – for a smaller audience- but once it went to be seen by millions their perception changed. So basically they were ok wit doing porn, but not ok with everybody knowing they were fucking for money.
The moral of the story is: always be transparent to avoid any issue. Many people want pretty girls from instagram to do porn, but here you can see that they would not… or at least not if everybody watches.