With the release of “Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On” on Friday comes a whole new slew of problems for the Hussie, and members of the industry. The sequel to the biased 2015 documentary is presented in episodic format, of which there are six. Riley apparently didn’t learn his lesson from the first Hot Girls, and feels no publicity is bad publicity. Hussie is known as an agency with talent who flake constantly, rampant public drug usage, and are consistently fighting with other talent.
At least one performers real name and personal Facebook account was shown in the Hussie Models episode, without their approval, and against their wishes. If this is the fault of Riley Reynolds and Hussie Models, Rashida Jones, or the other people involved with the production is unknown at this time.
With having booked a fluid exchange shoot during the recent moratorium, situations involving Mr. Fake Navy Man and Mr. Doesn’t Respect Boundaries bubbling to the surface, and his license expiring, it’s not a good time to be Riley Reynolds.