Model Claims Filmed Orgasm Tarnished Wholesome Image
Now here's something pretty stupid. AdFreak has the story of a woman that performed a faux orgasm in a video ad for an online jeweler Szul.com. She's now suing Szul and its production company, Q2 Entertainment, for $5 million because she claims the ad looks pornographic and has harmed her wholesome image. As always, there's two sides to every story. What? You think Adrants is heavily biased and only reports stories with a one-sided viewpoint? OK, maybe that's true but not this time.
Anyway, the filming of the video consisted of may scenes and was looking to create a comedic story line about how a guy gets a girl happy when he buys her jewelery. After filming several innocuous scenes, the woman, only known as Jane Doe in the suit, was asked to feign an orgasm while sitting and then to do so while laying on a bed.
Certainly Szul should have informed the woman what the edited video would look like but the woman who feigned the orgasms on film should clearly have known they may have made it to the final cut.
The Associated Press reports the woman, 37, is a graduate student in elementary education. AdFreak reports the woman was paid just $200 for her appearance in the video. Perhaps she felt under appreciated.
Topic: Policy, Racy, Video
I think that’s going to end up being one of the most expensive money shots in history for one of the two involved.
I did her.
According to that great philosopher bard - Jay Z, “got ninety nine problems but the bitch ain't one.” This gold digging mama has no case. The video maker is not contractually obligated to show her the video for vetting.