Girls do Porn case: the cameraman's turn to plead guilty

The Girls Do Porn affair continues to grab the headlines. As a reminder, the production company specializing in adult films had to close its doors a few months ago. Indeed, she was sued by 22 women who accused her of having posted pornographic videos in which they appeared, without their consent.

In December 2020, Ruben Andre Garcia, the main actor of the company, pleaded guilty to the charges against him in connection with this case. Recently, Theodore Wilfred Gyi did the same. The 42-year-old is a cameraman who worked for Girls Do Porn.

Girls Do Porn Case The Cameramans Turn To Plead Guilty
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Theodore Wilfred Gyi pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting sex trafficking .

A cameraman who lied to the victims

Of the six accused who are involved in this case, Theodore Gyi is the second to have pleaded guilty. He worked for the site from 2015 to 2017. During this time, Theodore Gyi reportedly lied to several women to agree to appear in Girls Do Porn videos.

During his trial, he explained that he had received specific instructions from the other two defendants Michael James Pratt and Matthew Isaac Wolfe. The latter allegedly asked him to tell the victims that the videos they were shooting would not be published online. Of course, he knew it was wrong.

Images obtained under threat

According to the sources, most of the complainants were sent to San Diego (USA) to film scenes for the site. Some of them came from Canada. They said they responded to an ad for modeling. In the ad in question, there was no mention of pornography or nudity.

According to them, the name of the company Girls Do Porn did not even appear there. Once there, they had to film scenes for the adult site. If they changed their mind, the defendants threatened to sue them, to cancel their return flight or to publish clips of videos they have already shot. Some victims were even confined in hotel rooms in San Diego. When they found out that their videos had been posted online, the website owners refused to remove them from the platform.

Theodore Gyi is expected to be sentenced on April 9, 2021.

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