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Did Fox News Know Something About Kayden Kross? Just as WSJ Knew About Manwin Running Digital Playground

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I first broke the news yesterday morning that Digital Playground was cutting three performers.

Mike South adds: “Speculation has Stoya, Kayden Kross and Selena being released with them keeping Jesse Jane, Riley Steel and Bibi Jones.”


Looks like Fox Business knew something when they announced Kayden Kross, who debated Wendy Murphy last week, as a “former adult film actress”

Many in the biz assumed it was an error. Maybe it wasn’t.

It wouldn’t be the first time that the mainstream got the porn scoop first. You’ll recall that when Manwin first filed its lawsuit against ICM Registry in January 2011, it was the Wall Street journal who reported that Digital was a part of Manwin.

South may be taking the credit on his “scoop” of the Manwin purchase of Digital, but he was the one who reported just the contrary when I announced it here:


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