Porn producer holds raunchy casting call in Quebec parking lot
Brad Hunter
August 27, 2019
August 27, 2019 12:02 PM EDT
A Montreal porn producer is in hot water for hosting a porn star casting call in the parking lot of a Quebec City bar. AD4X VIDEOS
A porn producer hosted a raunchy casting call in a Quebec City parking lot where patrons were invited to have sex with xxx-rated starlets.
AD4X Videos had been threatened with fines by the city’s mayor, Regis Labeaume, but the smut peddler went ahead anyway.
The video company parked a limo with tinted windows outside Bar St-Josef as the event got underway on Saturday.
According to CBC News, the Montreal company has hosted more than 20 similar events over the past five years across Quebec.
Bar St-Josef in Quebec City. Facebook photo
“Whenever there is controversy, it’s in a city where you go for the first time,” director and producer Mathieu Pare told Radio-Canada.
“It’s closed. We see nothing. We hear nothing. We see the world go about its business outside, but what’s going on inside, nobody sees anything.”
The porn purveyor had earlier said he expected around 200 horndogs to show up for the sex fest, but in the end, just 40 came.
Hannah Paige is one of AD4X Videos starlets. It isn’t known if she attended the carnal capers Saturday. AD4X VIDEOS
In promoting the event, the company promised there would be several porn stars on site. There was a $20 cover and participants had to be over 18.
In June 2014, the company found itself in trouble with the producers of the Montebello Rockfest in the western part of the province.
Their sin? Shooting pornos on the grounds of the festival.
Now, the bar and AD4X could face fines of up to $2,000 each for breaking bylaws.
Lisa Marie Johnson is one of the company’s stars. AD4X Videos
Locals were not pleased that the hormone-charged hijinks were unfolding in their neighbourhood.
Cops checked in but did not find signs of criminal activity.
“What I deplore, and what has been little discussed, is the violence related to the sexual exploitation that is behind it,” said Rose Sullivan Laplante, co-founder of Collectif d’aide aux femmes exploitées sexuellement.
She added the event promotes “rape culture.”