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Sean Lockhart aka Brent Corrigan Was Object of Cobra Video Lawsuit

Pennsylvania- Just Google his name and it becomes quite clear.

Bryan Kocis was very popular in the gay pornography industry.

His popularity even gained him a page on the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

The Internet is loaded with information about his ventures in the gay porn industry, including the company he owns, Cobra Video, which creates and distributes high-end adult content for videos and provides adult material through its Web sites, and

And in the world of entertainment, lawsuits are voraciously filed. There are even law firms that deal strictly with pornographic films.

Cobra Video, based in Dallas Township, filed a $1 million federal lawsuit in the Southern District of California against an actor that appeared in several of its movies for a breach of contract and trademark violations February of 2006.

On Monday, the court ordered a settlement conference that is scheduled for Feb. 21.

The lawsuit alleges that Sean Lockhart, of San Diego, breached two contracts. First, he violated a modeling contract in which he agreed to act under the stage name trademarked by Cobra Video, Brent Corrigan.

The lawsuit alleges that Lockhart intentionally registered the domain name in bad faith to actively compete against Cobra’s Web site,

Second, the lawsuit states Lockhart failed to complete action video scenes, one non-action video scene and provide a series of still photographs in exchange for a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta, including transport costs to ship the car from Pennsylvania to California.

After Lockhart breached the contracts, he informed Cobra that he supplied the company with false identification when he began filming, stating he was under 18, the suit alleges.

Acting cautiously, Cobra undertook a significant expense to remove any films featuring Lockhart when he was underage, causing an economic loss, the suit states.

Sean E. Macias, the attorney representing Cobra, did not return calls Thursday after numerous messages were left with his secretary in Glendale, Calif.


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