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April 02, 2018

Lawyers for ExCoGi, Ana Rose Issue Joint Settlement Statement

CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Attorneys J.D. Obenberger and James R. Felton released a joint statement Monday on behalf of their respective clients Exploited College Girls (ExCoGi) and performer Ana Rose in regard to a dispute over a scene Rose shot for the amateur website and its promotion of said scene. Following the March 15 release of the scene in question—touted as Rose's first boy/girl and anal scene—a brief firestorm erupted on social media over Rose's claim that she had not consented to the anal portion of the footage. The joint statement from Obenberger (repping ExCoGi) and Felton (repping Rose) follows: "During the past week, new performer Ana Rose has expressed a series of complaints about her experience in shooting for Exploited College Girls (ExCoGi) and some of her supporters have exaggerated her complaints to make their own extremely serious and entirely unsupported allegations of misconduct. The episode featuring Ana Rose, which will continue to appear on Exploited College Girls, speaks for itself in answering these charges and allegations. "Nevertheless, representatives of both Ana Rose and Exploited College Girls have investigated into these complaints in a serious way. The truth is that this dispute arose from miscommunication, misunderstanding, and a failure to completely and fully communicate, all of which could have been avoided by more care and precision in the communication between them from the start; there is at least some mutual fault. Each of them have learned something important from this incident and what they have learned is likely to prevent the circumstances that gave rise to this kind of acrimony from ever happening again. It is all regrettable. But neither side will let it happen again. "They have reached a private, mutually satisfactory agreement entirely resolving the dispute between them, finally and permanently. This agreement leaves them amicable to one another and without any further antipathy. They have agreed to leave all of this behind them and they will no longer talk about the dispute or encourage others to do so. Each wishes the other well in future successes."  

 
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