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SpongeBob Uproar on Jasmin Casting

As I recall we were the first adult site to tell you that Jasmin St. Claire was being cast for “National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2: Semester at Sea.” The NY Post is just catching up with the story and goes with the SpongeBob Square Pants angle.

David Hillenbrand, who has worked on such family-friendly fare as “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie” and “You’re Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley’s Sleepover Party,” has cast porn strumpet Jasmin St. Claire as the star of his “National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2: Semester at Sea.”

St. Claire is best known for setting a “gang bang” world record by having sex with 300 men on camera in one day. Hillenbrand, who wrote lyrics for the “SpongeBob” movie and was music producer for the 1995 Olsen Twins straight-to-video caper, is co-directing “Dorm Daze 2” with his brother, Scott.

St. Claire originally landed a bit part in the raucous R-rated comedy, but Hillenbrand was said to be so blown away by her performance, he tapped her as the lead.

Hillenbrand could not be reached for comment yesterday. A red-faced rep for Nickelodeon, SpongeBob’s home network, told PAGE SIX yesterday: “This is ridiculous. This sponge generates more gossip than Paris Hilton.”

It certainly has been a scandalous year for SpongeBob. Back in January, media-happy moralizer Dr. James Dobson’s Focus on the Family group accused the cartoon character and his fellow kiddie icon, Barney the Dinosaur, of participating in a “pro-homosexual video” mailed to 60,000 elementary schools nationwide.

In truth, the video encourages only “tolerance” and says nothing about gays or sexuality. Focus on the Family tied its claim to the Web site of the video’s creator, the We Are Family Foundation, which urges acceptance of differences of “sexual identity.”

But the gap-toothed sponge – who has a habit of holding hands with his pink sidekick, Patrick Starfish – does little to quash the rumors on the video, in which he’s shown dancing to the disco classic “We Are Family” with gay icon Diana Ross.

Back in 2002, the Wall Street Journal practically outed the absorbent oddball in a story about SpongeBob’s alleged popularity among gays, citing brisk sales of SpongeBob memorabilia at novelty shops in New York and Atlanta that cater to a gay clientele.


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