Man sues gay porn companies over penis injections

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A man alleges that gay porn companies forced him to inject models’ penises with an enhancement drug even after he poked his thumb with a syringe during a shoot.

The Courthouse News Service reports that Ronald Baker is suing the Adult Entertainment Broadcast Network after it required the injections of a drug called TriMix, which was obtained through the mail without prescriptions.

Additional defendants include Falcon Studios & Raging Stallion Studios, Data Tech Ventures LLC and Datatech Enterprises LLC c/o Falcon Entertainment and Datatech Systems.

The suit filed in San Francisco alleges, “Defendants require employees, who are not models and are not trained or certified in any manner to give injections, to inject controlled substances for erectile dysfunction using a hypodermic syringe into the model's penis. The model can then maintain an erection for multiple hours in duration, during which time substantial shooting of the film can take place at one time without lengthy breaks to ensure the actor maintains an erection.”

Baker, according to CNS, says in his complaint that the models are not tested for HIV or other STDs before the injections and that AEB lacks policies to prevent exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

He said in his complaint that in once incident he was ordered to inject the drug into a model and, while recapping the syringe, he pierced his thumb.

Baker says he tested negative for HIV and hepatitis C after the incident but he refused to continue giving injections and hired an attorney.

Soon after that, he says, his wages and health benefits were stopped.

The complaint states, “Defendants required its employees to perform injections when they have no skill, training, licensure or special knowledge to perform such injections. They are not medical professionals and no medical professionals are on site at the time such injections are being performed.

“It is significant that defendants required its employees to perform injections in the penises of models engaged in pornography in which the employer does not know the HIV or hepatitis status of the models injected. Such conduct is startling given that the models are engaging in sexual conduct at the behest of the employer to shoot pornographic films for profit.”

The man is suing for wrongful termination, negligent and intentional infliction of emotional distress and violations of the the labor code.