A performer going by the stage name “Will Evans” was fired from an Adam & Eve set in February for trying to use an HIV/STI test result with an altered test date.
Knowledgable sources inform TRPWL he had a clean test from Talent Testing Service (TTS) and was cleared to work under the ’28-day test’ framework, but the test would have been considered out of date under the ’14-day test’ system required by PASS testing protocols.
According to the female performer in question, they did not film their scene because the shoot was stopped.
Documents provided to TRPWL indicate that Evans had been informed in advance of the shoot that Adam & Eve required a 14-day test.
Evans provided a TTS test result in the wrong file format — which was a flag for the Adam & Eve production manager. Per protocols, an online check of the QR code on his test revealed that the test result had been altered to reflect a newer date.
After the altered date was discovered — while still photos were being taken — Evans was immediately fired, and replaced with top male performer Seth Gamble (who had a clean current test).
The female performer is fine, just pissed off that someone would do this.
She also claims that Evans is now using the moniker “Jay Valentine” — she spotted him by his tell-tale tattoo…
He’s currently tweeting from an account that had been dormant until March 13.
“Jay Valentine” is tweeting performers and producers looking for work:
According to online resources available at press time, Will Evans has been shooting since at least early 2012, and his credits include mainstream ‘straight’ titles for several companies, as well as ‘solo’ scenes for the “Next Door” family of sites.
A request for comment from “Jay Valentine” at the email address listed on his Twitter account led to these replies: