***UPDATE: The stalkers Alexandra Mayers named in this legal issue obtained the Early Court Conference Report Alexandra filed in regards to this issue and posted it on the porn news gossip blog they operate – but not in it’s entirety or with truthful commentary. Download the complete papers & the exhibits here.
As many who follow the pornographic industry news know, Alexandra Mayers fka Monica Foster is currently being sued by a client represented by pornographic industry attorney Ronald D. Green of Randazza Legal Group in Las Vegas, Nevada. The client is the wife of Ronald D. Green’s business partner and employer.
Since Ronald D. Green and his client filed the lawsuit in April of 2014 (which they unsuccessfully attempted to settle out of court a few days later), it appears Green has been abusing the legal system to fight Alexandra Mayers’ constitutional rights to represent herself and defend herself in court.
Due to the financial difficulty Alexandra Mayers is currently facing, to defend herself in the lawsuit the Nevada courts granted her In Forma Pauperis status (a “fee waiver” for her court filings). Ronald D. Green immediately filed an opposition to Mayers’ In Forma Pauperis in May of 2014.
On June 2, 2014 Ronald D. Green’s employer and partner at Randazza Legal Group filed for a protective order against Alexandra Mayers based on public tweets (which were not sent to him directly) that he perceived as threats against himself, wife and family. Though Alexandra Mayers never contacted Ronald D. Green’s employer and partner at Randazza Legal Group or his family via telephone, has never met him in person and asked him on multiple occasions to cease communication with her via email (he habitually emailed her – click here for details) he felt the need to attain a protective order against her which specifically stated that she should be ordered to not visit the offices of Randazza Legal Group.
Alexandra Mayers was unable to attend the protective order hearing on July 25, 2014 – so the protective order was granted by default to Ronald D. Green’s partner and employer at Randazza Legal Group.
On July 22, 2014 Ronald D. Green submitted a Notice for an Early Case Conference to the courts and sent a certified copy of the notice to Alexandra Mayers. HOWEVER, though Ronald D. Green was well aware that his partner and employer filed for a protective order against Alexandra Mayers as of June 2nd, 2014 – which INCLUDED the business address for Randazza Legal Group, the Early Case Conference paperwork which Ronald D. Green sent and signed HIMSELF lists Randazza Legal Group’s office as the location for the conference (as you can see below).
There is no way that Ronald D. Green did not know about the protective order that his employer and partner filed against Alexandra Mayers – so what exactly is Ronald D. Green doing? Is he simply an inept attorney? Is he attempting to frame Alexandra Mayers as a stalker? Is this a method to obstruct justice? Or does Ronald D. Green have the agenda of painting Alexandra Mayers in the false light of being a threat to children due to the fact that in actuality Ronald D. Green’s employer and business partner is an EXTREME THREAT TO CHILDREN considering his essay in the DEFENSE of a book entitled “The Pedophile’s Guide” AND his professional association and affiliation with INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN CONVICTED PEDOPHILE August Kurt Brackob aka Kurt Treptow.
Was it Ronald D. Green impersonating his client in the electronic communication Alexandra Mayers received in late January – which is what led to this lawsuit? It seems likely.
This is not the first time Ronald D. Green has been caught essentially committing fraud on the courts. Independent Investigative blogger Crystal Cox (who recently won through a Federal Appeals court the same free speech protections for bloggers as traditional journalist) alleges that Ronald D. Green deliberately lied in regards to her legal issues and stated he “flat out lies about his targets, distorts laws and makes things up purely to intentionally harm his victims”. Click here to read about the situation in detail.