Wednesday, 18 January 2017 09:34
Tuesday, 17 January 2017 13:15
LAS VEGAS (January 17, 2016) – Adult superstar and Penthouse PetNatalia Starrwill bring her sexy curves and sensual dance moves to the feature stage when premier feature dance agency The Lee Network presents the sexy blonde at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo’s Official After Party at Sapphire Las Vegas on Wednesday, January 18.
Sapphire Las Vegas, AVN’s official gentlemen’s club, is located at 3025 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive in Las Vegas, NV 89109.
“I love dancing at Sapphire Las Vegas. It’s so much fun meeting my fans up close and personal,” Starr said. “I always have a great time at Sapphire! There’s never a dull moment in Sin City.”
The evening is sponsored by Sweet Heart Video.
Thursday, 10 November 2016 11:21
Source: BSG PR
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- In a crucial victory for public health, California commerce and the porn industry, Golden State voters soundly rejected Proposition 60, the mandatory condom law espoused by AIDS Healthcare Foundation boss Michael Weinstein.
This triumph would not have been possible without tremendous contributions from the entire porn industry. The Free Speech Coalition and FSC leader Eric Paul Leue organized this effort; companies including Vivid, Adam & Eve and Evil Angel made financial contributions. A host of porn performers drove the movement, led by Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC) President Ella Darling, APAC Chairwoman Chanel Preston and superstar Julia Ann. Porn star volunteers raised funds and made appearances to spread awareness of the cause; some, like Tasha Reign, donated their own money. And porn stars engaged voters with a vibrant social media campaign.
Friday, 08 April 2016 10:27
TAMPA — Three models are accusing a local strip club of using the women’s images on social media promotions without their permission, creating the false impression the women endorse the business.
Models Jessica Burciaga, Eva Pepaj and Leilani Dowding say in their lawsuit that the Tampa Gold Club used their pictures and refused to stop, even after being sent a cease and desist letter from their lawyer in December demanding that the club stop using their images and pay almost $90,000 before a lawsuit and suggesting at least $765,000 in damages should a suit be filed and not settled within a specified time.
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