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Guys, You Can Now Bid on the Chance to Be in a Porn Movie with Dillion Harper

Guys, You Can Now Bid on the Chance to Be in a Porn Movie with Dillion Harper: Adult Verified Video Chat

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If you’re anything like me, you’ve lain awake many-a-night wondering why people can be legally get paid to have sex on film, but I might get arrested if I head to the shady part of town and try to pay to get my penis pleasured.

In short, it’s basically because porn performers are technically paid to appear in a film—not to have sex on camera, according to Marc Randazza, a Las Vegas-based adult industry attorney who recently explained the legality of porn to Vice.

“If Tom Cruise auctioned off the ability to appear in his next movie, what the winning bidder gets is the opportunity to star in this movie,” Randazza said.

According to Randazza, the differentiation between porn and hooking refers back to the decision from People v Freeman , a 1988 California Supreme Court case.

Additionally, the California Supreme Court has ruled that porn stars aren’t prostituting because they are paid by a third party, not the person they are having sex with.

Writer Mary Emily O’Hara looked into the issue for “Vice” in light of the website Adult Verified Video Chat ’s recent announcement that it is auctioning off the chance to appear in a scene with porn actress Dillion Harper (who looks almost disturbingly like one of my best platonic female friends and makes me feel funny things).

The auction page doesn’t state that the winner is going to bang Harper on camera, but it’s pretty much implied. One of the requirements—along with the fact you must be between 18 and 50 years old—is that you have to undergo and pass STI testing. Bidding has opened November 1—and has so far stayed—at $2,500, if you’re interested in flying yourself to Vegas to fuck a porn star on camera.

So, if I’m going to film some sex and have a third party pay the actress, that should be legal, right?

Not necessarily, according to Randazza. In order for legality to apply, a person must be able to show that the paid sex was for the purpose of distribution.

“I get a call once a month from somebody who decides that they have found the magic way to harness the power of Freeman to run a brothel,” Randazza said, “And it’s always a guy wearing a fucking undershirt who should be on Jersey Shore or who looks like the guy who did the 4Chan murder. It’s always some creepy dude.”

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