Kid Rock Subpoenaed for Glass Dildo in ICP Harassment Case

Kid Rock glass dildo

Detroit Michigan is known for being kind of a rough town. Economic depression, white flight, and the collapse of infrastructure has left the former “Paris of the West” reeling for much of the late 20th and early 21st Centuries. Crime rates shot up accordingly, leaving the Motor City struggling to convince the rest of the country that it’s not the surreal wasteland of rapists and muggers many claim it to be. And, quite frankly, two of the city’s biggest musical exports aren’t exactly helping to clean up Detroit’s reputation.

Andrea Pellegrini, a former publicist for Insane Clown Posse’s Psychopathic Records, last month filed a lawsuit against her former employer, claiming sexual harassment. And now, arguably Detroit’s favorite hard-rockin’ son, Kid Rock, has been subpoenaed to produce in court a certain sex toy Pellegrini claims was lewdly offered to her by fellow former Psychopathic employee “Dirty Dan” Diamond, then given to Kid Rock upon her refusal. Oakland County Circuit Court considers the glass dildo cited in Pellegrini’s suit evidence and is requiring Rock to turn it over to the court. Pellegrini claims the implement was offered to her by Diamond after she changed her Facebook status to “single,” an offer she promptly refused.

Rock has not yet complied with the court’s demand and could face jail time if the item is not produced. Those interested in following the case and the dildo’s transition from private sexual aid (or, as Diamond claims, “a work of art”) to admitted evidence can do so via the dildo’s Facebook page.

Kid Rock Glass Dildo

Kpop’s (Very) Little Porn Problem

In the Western World of popular music, a scandal generally involves rampant infidelity, horrific drug abuse, a leaked sex tape, or prison time, but in South Korea, pop idols can be torn from their perch above the rest of us plebs by such seemingly innocuous things as going on dates or taking prescription medication. For one idol, Mina of the group AOA (Ace of Angels), her involvement in a recent pornography “scandal” was entirely at the hands of others.

For those of you needing an introduction, here’s Mina holding mailed entries for an AOA contest:
Mina envelope

And here’s a similar shot of Mina used to advertise an adult service on a popular US-based XXX tube video site:
Mina tube ad

So how did a seemingly innocent 20-year-old bass playing girl group member come to be used as a promotional tool for a shady XXX business? It seems those responsible for the ad graphic found the above contest announcement video on YouTube and, seeing Mina’s curious attempt at miming a drum roll, stole, trimmed, and giffed the following crucial moment:
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AOA’s record company, FNC Entertainment, reported the matter to police and, strangely, seem to have left it at that. Netizen reports are suggesting that the offending ad, stolen from a video shot when Mina was only 18, has been removed. Although perhaps they’re just adjusting the ad to correct Mina’s nationality from Chinese to Korean, but I doubt it.

Sleepover at Mena’s!

Pornstars can be a fickle lot, bickering over their similar stage names, complaining about leaked no-makeup photos, trying to bring down their management agencies from the inside, and wrestle political sway from the few that possess it. They can, on occasion, band together for the sake of safety, security, and community. Whether answering the call of public education, battling conservative censorship, or maintaining a tight-knit network of performers passing around names, numbers, and gigs, pornstar unity is truly a beautiful (and more than slightly arousing) thing. Now, expanding on the idea of superagent Mark Spiegler’s infamous flophouse, adult performer Mena Li celebrates the opening of her model house in the northern part of LA’s San Fernando Valley.

Mena Li

Offering modestly priced accommodation to performers visiting from other states, the four-bedroom house has a private driveway, laundry facilities, a full kitchen, swimming pool, televisions, broadband Internet access, and the requisite oodles of closet space. Ms. Li announced the opening of the Granada Hills earlier this week and encourages professional women to consider it. “For a girl who doesn’t live in Los Angeles, coming to town for adult work can be a lonely, very difficult experience. I know what’s like. I want to provide an affordable place for them,” said Mena. “And I want it to be much more than a house—I want it to be a community. Girls in the house can share information about the industry, ask each other for helpful advice, and bond together for fun times. These are challenging times in the adult industry, and the best way for everyone to succeed is to work together!”

Mena Li house

Accommodations can be now booked directly through Mena Li for well-below-hotel-rate nightly, weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly stays. Those of us who aren’t among the alluring future occupants of the Granada Hills model house can still contribute to the cause, though. Mena just added some pretty rad gargoyles to her Amazon Wish List; maybe you wanna buy her a nice housewarming gift!

‘Dreamy McMug’ Headed for Dogfart?

Have you seen this man?

Jeremy Meeks

Chances are, you’ve seen his face popping up all over the Internet after Stockton PD posted his mug shot to their Facebook page after the man, Jeremy Meeks, was picked up on weapons and gang charges in mid-June. The Facebook photo quickly racked up more than 33,000 “likes” with netizens apparently finding much to admire about the chiseled jaw, high cheek bones, tattooed neck and steely blue eyes of the convicted felon. Picked up as part of Operation Ceasefire, designed to slow the Stockton area’s recent rise in shootings and armed robberies, Mr. Meeks is now being held on $900,000 bail and is facing severe jail time – but, as always, there’s a silver lining: porn!

After Los Angeles modeling agency Blaze Modelz has offered Meeks a management contract that Blaze claims could net him a breezy $15-to-$30,000 a month. Unfortunately for Blaze, this particular bad boy also received an offer from a film production company, a $100,000 performance contract that would only require Meeks to turn up and shoot two scenes each month. The catch? The company is Dogfart, the infamous purveyors of interracial porn and creators of such porno properties as Watching My Mom Go Black and Interracial Blowbang and one of the most notorious production houses in all of adult entertainment.

“We think Jeremy’s look is absolutely perfect for our network and would love for him to consider our offer in becoming Dogfart’s first male contract performer,” a Dogfart spokesperson told AVN. Although Meeks is rumored to have snatched up his offer of mainstream modeling work (dependent, of course, on his freedom from incarceration), Dogfart’s offer not only has a higher dollar figure than the “straight” gig, but could see Meeks extend his newfound fame to an audience of porn-loving women; or, conversely, he could bring a huge new audience to porn. “This is a great opportunity for Jeremy… a great salary and a new start for him to help provide for his family.” Dogfart’s spokesperson boasted, omitting the benefits his company would reap. “The women of the world want to see him, shirt off and balls deep, and we are ready to make the dreams of hundreds of thousands of horny women and one man looking for a new start come true.”

Hah! And they say The American Dream™ is dead!

Bing the Porn Search King!

Google. Google. Google. That’s all you fucking hear these days. You ask some local buddy with decent taste if they can recommend a restaurant and they grab their phone, start typing, then regurgitate some shit spat out by the net’s most beloved search engine without even checking to see if it’s worthwhile. Pretty much the only time most Internet users believe Google to be anything other than a lifeline connecting them to the very fabric of the modern world is when it comes to porn. Look up some porn on Google and let me know if you find anything worthwhile. Yes, I’ll wait.

search comparison

“Sunny Lane blowjob pov” typed into Google and Bing’s respective search fields (with SafeSearch turned completely off) saw results that are definitely not as similar as one might assume. Google returned results in a text-only mess of links to illegal tube sites with brief low quality videos. Bing, on the other hand, included a few such tube sites but also returned in second position a direct link to Sunny’s official website, home to high-quality photos and HD videos. The most pleasing element of Bing’s returned search results, though, is the use of images. Links to video streams, official previews and trailers, and online galleries are offered in thumbnail form. These small pics are pixilated for censorship reasons, yes, but once SafeSearch is disabled, you’re led to a tantalizing menu of Sunny’s best work. Google, on the other hand, returned its results as text links and, when Google Images and Google Video results were selected, we found not the useful graphic links to actual content provided by Bing, but image links leading to pop-ups, advertising barrages, and dead pages. Hardly the stellar work we’ve come to expect from the world’s leading search engine. But then, back in 2012 Google altered its search algorithms to filter out explicit content the company claims might not be the intended result of the search. (Searching “boobs” gets you clothed breasts; more specifically, “hot sexy naked boobs tits fuck” gets you nudity.) Search for simplified sexual terms at Bing, however, and your results are much easier on the eye. See?

search for boobs

And, if this gif by Redditor is on the right track, Bing might also be a workplace built on communal expressions of sexual pleasure, which would make their fondness for – or at least acceptance of – pornographic material that much more of a relief. It’s conjecture that suggests Bing’s employees are, after all, just wankers like us.

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