All models on this website are 18 years or older.
Those videos have gained 672 million views over the eight years the channel has been up.
According to , the lawsuit alleges that Girls Do Porn owners Michael Pratt and Matthew Wolfe, as well as actor and recruiter Andre Garcia, convinced the women—all ages 18 to 22—to agree to be filmed having sex on camera, but without them realizing the videos would be widely distributed and sold on the internet.
The texts also show Pratt saying that he laid off workers for the company and that his ads had been banned on Craigslist.
Not only did Girls Do Porn post the videos to its website, the videos were ripped off and spread on free clip sites like Pornhub and YouPorn, where friends and family apparently noticed them in some cases.
It was put on hold on January 29 when Pratt attempted, but ultimately failed, to delay the trial by filing for bankruptcy.