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January 15, 2016

James Deen's House Raided Following AHF Complaint

LOS ANGELES—Both the LA Weekly and The Real Porn WikiLeaks (TRPWL) are reporting that inspectors from Cal/OSHA as well as members of the Los Angeles Police Department raided the home of adult director/performer James Deen, apparently in response to a complaint filed by AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) in early December. According to AHF's faithful scribe at the Weekly, Dennis Romero, "The foundation, which has been critical of the adult video industry for its reluctance to adopt condom use on-set, says it 'filed a formal "Notice of Alleged Safety or Health Hazards" complaint against Deen with OSHA.' ...  "James Deen could be cited for workplace violence as well as health and safety violations," [AHF president Michael] Weinstein said." The reference to "workplace violence" refers to the several adult performers who came forward in November and December to accuse Deen of raping or otherwise sexually assaulting them, though to date, none have filed formal charges against Deen. According to Romero, Erika L. Monterroza, director of communications for Cal/OSHA confirmed that a raid on Deen's house had taken place, but no further details were revealed—not even what the investigators were looking for during the raid. However, Sean of TRPWL reports that the OSHA investigators have determined that there was no violation found during the raid, but that the investigators took photos of Deen's upcoming shoot schedule—so any performers who are scheduled to work for Deen in the near future should double-check dates, times and places for those shoots with Deen.

 
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