Porn News

NY Post gets Wind of NYC Gonzo Porn

NYC- Local porn peddlers are illegally taking their smut trade to the streets – filming their sickening sex scenes in public places.

On sidewalks and in alleyways, these pornographers are breaking the law by making “gonzo” porn videos under the noses of public authorities.

Black Mirror Production’s “Ultra Vixens NYC” – a satire of Lizzie Grubman’s reality-TV show “PoweR Girls” – was shot on Manhattan streets in the middle of the night.

The Head Clinic, an Internet porn-production company, has shot “gonzo-style” street-sex scenes in four of the five boroughs once a week since June of last year.

It is illegal to film a sex act – or to have sex – in a public place but these porn producers admit they do so anyway. They also acknowledge they do not register their outdoor-shooting schedules with the city’s Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting, a requirement that mainstream movies abide by.

A spokeswoman for the city agency could not be reached yesterday.

A police spokesman said, “We don’t make opinions, we enforce the law.”

In another tasteless offense, the Head Clinic has also filmed scenes in stairwells in city housing projects.

Shameless greed is behind the cavalier flouting of the law, according to Drew, one of the company’s co-owners who would not reveal his full name.

“We try to sell [the video] on the fact that it’s unstructured,” he said.

Other producers also admit they’re breaking the law for a slice of a $10 billion-a-year industry with 11,000 new titles a year nationally.

More than 50 porn films will be made in New York this year, up from only a handful five years ago.

In other cases, producers deceive hotel management and use their rooms as sets.

“When we go to hotels, I tell the cast to dress like you’re on a business trip from Chicago. They can’t look like porn stars. You don’t want to attract too much attention,” Black Mirror producer Joe Gallant said.

When confronted with the facts, New Yorkers have found them stomach turning. Last month, Gallant was directing a six-person orgy scene for Playboy’s “Sexcetera” series on the rooftop of a Hell’s Kitchen apartment building when a couple sipping wine on a roof two buildings away spoke out in disgust.

“The girl said, ‘Can you please stop doing that? We can see you.’ ” Gallant reported.

186 Views

Related Posts

Ryan Reid Named Twistys Treat of the Month for March

Twistys on Friday named newly minted Brazzers contract star Ryan Reid their March 2024 Treat of the Month.

Scarlett Alexis Named TeamSkeet’s ‘AllStar’ for March

MIAMI — Scarlett Alexis has been selected as TeamSkeet's AllStar for March, and is spotlighted in a new scene with Jay Romero. Titled "An Artist of All Things Naughty,” the scene kicks off with an interview, during which Alexis discusses…

Two New Dorcel Features by Franck Vicomte Hit the U.S

Dorcel on Thursday announced the unveiling of two new all-sex releases from veteran director Franck Vicomte.

How Sex-Ed Lays the Groundwork for Well-Informed Shopping

We often do some research before making purchases, whether by delving into a company’s background, exploring specific products or simply making sure we understand how to use something before we buy it. In the realm of pleasure products, however, it…

Industry Vets Tiffany Ray, Kristen Kaye Launch Invision Models

New adult talent agency Invision Models officially opens its doors with the launch of its website InvisionModels.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.