Maybe Alana should send out a press release announcing APAG has launched an investigation.. LOL I wonder if the union turned her in?
A longtime Martha’s Vineyard resident filed a lawsuit against several adult filmmakers and pornography production companies after she says they filmed porn scenes in “nearly every room of her home.”
Leah Bassett, of Aquinnah, filed the lawsuit Monday in U.S. District Court in Massachusetts alleging emotional and psychological distress caused by her “highly disturbing discovery” that at least 24 pornographic movie scenes were filmed throughout her rental home, The Boston Globe first reported. The lawsuit alleged that Bassett rented her personal residence to photographer and adult filmmaker Joshua Spafford, who did not inform her that he intended to shoot adult films there.
The lawsuit named Spafford and his employer, adult film producer Nica Noelle—Mile High Distribution, Inc., and TLA Entertainment Group, who Bassett said must cease marketing and distribution of the adult content filmed in her home until they can produce proof of a rental agreement allowing for commercial uses. Bassett’s lawsuit claimed the defendants purposefully moved around the home’s art pieces, furniture and laundry room appliances to “aesthetically enhance scenes.”
In addition to the emotional distress portion of her lawsuit, Bassett is also seeking statutory damage compensation for the continued appearance of decorative pillows and other features of the home prominently displayed in the porn scenes, the Vineyard Gazette reported.