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AVN’s Ross responds to Ross’ story about Ross

Scott Ross writes:

I’d like to clarify a few things regarding my coverage of AB 2789 on

I understand lobbyist / substitute teacher / law school student Mike Ross objected to my use of the word “dead,” when describing the status of said bill, and suggested that AVN was attempting to hide something from those within the adult industry by described the status of the bill as dead.

Mike Ross seized upon the use of the word “dead” to suggest that there was a cover-up in the works, and went on to say a number of defamatory things about myself, and my employer, in the process.

All of this despite that fact the second paragraph of the story Mike Ross found so objectionable clearly indicated that the bill would be returning next year: Brian O’Neel, the press secretary for Assemblyman Leslie, told that Assembly Bill 2798 will resurface next year one way or another.

I wonder if anyone had even read the story before publishing his wild accusations.

Mike Ross would do well to remember that his conversation was recorded, and unlike Duc Floored, I sought permission to record and it was granted. Perhaps they have not covered libel at his law school yet, or perhaps he was on vacation when that topic was covered, but he has attributed statements to myself that I did not make.

Mike Ross does have a history of taking vacations at the wrong time…..

I would like to call your attention to the latest story I wrote for regarding AB 2789.

If you note in the fifth paragraph of the article “Bill Seeking to Regulate Adult Industry Granted Hearing,” Assemblyman Tim Leslie, sponsor of the bill, refers to said bill as being dead.

“I applaud Assemblyman Koretz for calling this hearing,” Leslie told “Even though my bill is dead for the time being, this issue deserves to be kept on the front burner. Hopefully, the hearing will help us produce a solution that protects the health of performers and the general public.”

Perhaps Leslie is trying to obfuscate the facts regarding the status of the bill as well.


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