CLEARWATER, Fla. – When we last saw anti-porn / anti-sex-work / anti-trafficking crusader and trailer park resident Desi Foxx (a.k.a. Diana Grandmason / Garren), her former employer, Dennis Hof of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel, was calling her out on some of her lies and historical revisionism.
Foxx, who married a sex offender then pimped her own daughter into porn and prostitution, now calls herself a children’s advocate and “anti-rape activist”. She claims she’s trying to protect others and that she can tell the bad from the good.
It’s easy to laugh at someone and delusional and pathetic as Desi Foxx, however, once again her life demonstrates that comedy lies only a hair’s breadth away from tragedy.
On April 26, 2015, Foxx’s son James Kirklin was arrested after he apparently had sex with an underage girl between the ages of 12 and 15.
According to the Complaint / Arrest Affidavit, at about 2:41 a.m., Kirklin, 35, was riding his bicycle through the neighborhood, when he came across a girl between the ages of 12 and 15 and struck up a conversation. The girl invited him to her residence and he agreed. They entered a shed in her back yard and had sexual relations. He then got dressed and left and encountered police, who arrested him and read him his Miranda rights. After being read his rights, police say, Kirklin confessed to having sex with the minor.
It is not yet clear whether the victim’s parents or a neighbor called the police.
If convicted of a felony of the second degree, a judge is required to impose a minimum prison sentence of 34½ months in prison and can also impose any combination of the following penalties:
- Up to fifteen (15) years in prison.
- Up to fifteen (15) years of sex offender probation.
- Up to $10,000 in fines.
Monday, June 15, Kirklin was arraigned on charges of statutory rape, and a pre-trial hearing in the case was set for July 27.
Kirklin has been released on bond, and is subject to a curfew from 10:20 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. He has also been fitted with a GPS bracelet.
In 2007, Kirklin’s mother, Desi Foxx, stage-managed her 19-year old daughter Elli Foxx’s entry into the adult business. Known around porn valley as “Elli’s Pimp”, 48-year-old Desi joined her daughter as an adult performer less than a year later. Their specialty: scenes in which they both banged the same guy at the same time in titles such as Wanna Fuck My Daughter Gotta Fuck Me First 2 and Mother-Daughter Exchange Club 4.
Desi publicized and marketed both Elli and herself religiously in the adult press, playing up their “very open relationship”:
What Desi failed to mention when promoting this mother-daughter sex team, however, was that in April 2005, Desi’s husband (Kirklin’s step-father) Homer Lee Garren, Jr. had been convicted of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a person under the age of 13. (Homer has since been released from prison, and is a registered sex offender.) Instead, Desi claimed that Homer was in prison because he “got on crack after we divorced and lost his way. That shit is so bad and they should be fighting it instead of messing with porn and escorts. Sex is good and healthy, drugs are bad and kill you.”
As we noted in 2012,
If you look at this part of the story, suddenly the timeline makes sense: hubby gets popped for diddling kids. Desi can’t support her kids, and sends Elli off to Porn Valley. Desi sees the earning potential in a mother-daughter combo, does the media rounds, and promotes her and Elli’s sex lives as normal. She tells the world that her kids were never abused nor were they ever around abusive people.
When criticized for her eagerness to perform alongside her own daughter, ‘Mama Pimp’ demurred that “what Elli and I do is no different than nudists or swingers do”. In all her public statements she was pro-sex, pro-sex work (“escorting is none of the gov’t’s biz”), and very pro-porn.
But then the porn jobs dried up.
When the novelty of a mother-daughter act became worn and played out, Desi soured on porn and went searching for greener pastures. In early 2009, the duo landed at Dennis Hof‘s Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel in Nevada.
At the Bunny Ranch, Desi and Elli offered mother-daughter sessions — “parties” in brothel parlance — in addition to working separately. Elli found financial success at the brothel, but Desi had a harder time.
In June 2009, Desi left the brothel in frustration, taking her daughter with her. Elli receded from public view, but Desi turned anti-porn and anti-sex work. In 2010 Desi accepted AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s offer to help sue the AIM Healthcare clinic for adult performers out of existence (she never got a penny).
For a while she worked alongside now-disgraced anti-porn fraudster Shelley Lubben. Unwilling to share the spotlight, Lubben dropped her, and Foxx struck out on her own.
Desi now resides in a ’55 and older’ trailer park in Florida (where, up until recently, two of her neighbors were registered sex offenders). She has written many hundreds, perhaps thousands, of deranged blog posts, and she tweets endlessly (from multiple accounts — at least 13 of them — which retweet and ”favorite” each other’s hysterical tweets) about how porn and prostitution constitute sex trafficking.
She also writes posts such as this one with total obliviousness to their irony:
Foxx now claims that her daughter and she were trafficked into porn and other sex work by a conspiracy of evil predators, among other revisionist statements.
Foxx’s reaction to her son’s arrest on sex crime charges was — you guessed it — to claim that another conspiracy was afoot:
That’s right, folks… Scientologists convinced a minor girl to force the son of an unemployed nut job to put his penis inside her. Sounds reasonable… Considering her incredible success rate, we at TRPWL are sure these Scientologist conspirators are quaking in their boots at the thought of being exposed on a Desi Foxx blog.
Then, on May 23, Desi posted a blog about how awful sex offender registries are. Who could’ve guessed?
Check back for updates…
This post could not have been possible without the efforts of Dr. Cindi Spiegler, MD, PhD, DDS and Doctor of Veterinary medicine.