Though the past 48 hours have been emotionally exhausting, it’s a relief to know that many issues in regards to events I experienced in the Los Angeles porn industry (and since my departure) are now actively being handled by the appropriate divisions of law enforcement.
As of current, I can’t share many details, but what I will say is that I’m glad I’m naturally the type of person who archives their life, because I have enough evidence from over the past few years to make law enforcement’s job much easier than it would be otherwise.
Rape is one of the most horrific crimes a person can be the victim of (click here to learn about what happened to me). However protecting a rapist from the legal system is a horrific crime as well. Several years ago porn director Will Ryder aka Jeff Mullen (along with other individuals in & attached to the pornographic industry) decided to protect the identity of the man who raped me, and attempted to intimidate me into silence. I (and law enforcement) have evidence reflecting his actions.
Regardless of the outcome, I’ve learned that cases such as mine are important to our legal system to establish a pattern and record for future victims. Generally people are creatures of habit – especially criminals. It’s no coincidence that such a high percentage of “professionals” in and attached to the pornographic industry have criminal records.
I have a history that is 100% clean of criminal activity and consequently I never belonged in the Los Angeles pornographic industry – however it was a time in my life that has taught me many lessons – most importantly: How to be brave.
***Update 01/29/2014: I am no longer a supporter, fan, friend or affiliate of Rob Black aka Rob Zicari, and I will no longer be promoting his webcast (nor do I encourage anyone to watch it any longer). As of 01/28/2014 Rob and his team decided to post an article on AdultFYI.com which promoted and praised Jeff Mullen aka Will Ryder (the primary individual who protected the identity of the man who raped me).
I had informed Rob of the situation via email between myself and Mullen / Ryder, so he was fully aware of how I would feel. Rob made a choice, and though it was hurtful, I’m glad to know the truth of the type of person he is now rather than later.