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National City Puppy Store Ordered to Stop Sales Amid Lawsuit, Ordinance Vote They say the three owners of the website Girls Do Porn set up an elaborate scheme using fake names, reference girls paid to lie and promises that the videos would be sold to private collectors in Australia and New Zealand, according to the lawsuit. NBC 7 Investigates spoke to six women who are not plaintiffs in the case, all shared identical stories to what was laid out in the lawsuit.
All six women agreed to speak with NBC 7 Investigates anonymously. None were part of the lawsuit, fearing it would cause more damage to their reputation or because they were past the statute of limitations.
The ads called for women, ages to, to pose as swimsuit models. A plaintiff in the case alleges she also communicated with the men while she was a minor, filming one day after her 18th birthday. After the women clicked on the ad, they say they were asked to submit pictures as well as their contact information. Not long after a man, who according to court documents and former employees was Andre Garcia, contacted the women with new details about the nature of the shoot. Garcia told the women that the modeling job had changed.
The women say the man assured them that the videos would be sold to private collectors and would not be published online. And it's not that big of a deal. Just be a tough girl and it'll be over before you know it. It wasn't anything that I should be afraid of and that they made a lot of money doing that. In a court declaration , one such reference girl Amber Clark said she and others were paid to lie to the young women. The court filings said the amount of money that was paid to each reference girl depended on how attractive the women they convinced were.
The men bought the women an airline ticket and booked rooms at four-star hotels throughout San Diego County including the Hotel del Coronado, the Kimpton Hotel, the Hard Rock Hotel, the Hilton Bayfront, and the La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla NBC 7 Investigates reached out to the hotels listed in the lawsuit but the hotels did not respond, offered no comment or said they don't permit these kinds of activities.