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    Please keep anon as quite a confidential subject!

    Anyway last month, I was approached by a porn company through a website I use for promotional work.

    To make a long story short, because I'm keen to pay off my tuition fees for the postgrad course I'm doing right now, I felt desperate and though - oh well, what the hell! I'll do it.

    So yesterday I went to the production studio, and it just hit me. No I'm not ok with this. I saw what the other girls were doing, and what I had to do with the other girls (it was gross! We're talking girl on girl porn using dildos). Then I was pressured into doing an audition, which involved a girl ramming a dildo up my vagina - I apologise for being literal but there's no other way I can describe this.

    At the end of the audition, the production managers (there were three of them) sat me by a table with all these forms, saying I had to sign them if I wanted to be a part of this production.

    They talked about how stupid I would be if I gave this opportunity up, and how much money I could make with it. How I could pay off my course easy etc.

    I just felt soo under pressure because they FLEW me to the city where the audition was, paid for taxi fares AND meals, that I signed the papers :o:

    I've returned now from the porn destination, and I REALLY wanna get out of this, but don't know how

    They're going to be pissed off with me, but do you think I should tell them now, or wait till they call me again to go up and film?

    Ta xxx
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    For the record, I've done a bit of nude modeling before but it was for ART purposes! NOT stripping!! So this is a bit out of the ball park for me.
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    May I also add that I didn't like the type of girls that this studio attracted, ie. the *****y type - I swear to God the girl that rammed the dildo up me didn't want me on set. Never felt so sexually or physically violated in my whole life.
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    Is it gonna be put on the internet?
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    (Original post by Skadoosh)
    Is it gonna be put on the internet?
    Well that's the thing, it won't be if I pull out now, but then I won't get paid for what I had to do.

    Thing is, I don't actually care. I'm 25 now, I know what my limits are in the adult modeling industry and it is explicit nude (ie. open leg modeling), NOT using dildos! I think it's just gross, and it's definitely something one should do in private... if they're into that kind of thing

    Really trying to get out of it but I suck koz I signed the papers already.
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    You signed the papers. You signed your life away.
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    (Original post by ShiVji)
    You signed the papers. You signed your life away.
    I know!!!

    Do you think I could ring them, and ask for one of them (just the contract, not privacy notes) to be ripped up???
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    Silly child :yes:
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    Link or it didn't happen....

    Seriously though - if you're not comfortable with it then just don't do anymore. Let them keep what they have, just contact them saying you've realised it wasn't your cup of tea and you won't be doing any more for them.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know!!!

    Do you think I could ring them, and ask for one of them (just the contract, not privacy notes) to be ripped up???
    No way! It's an agreement which cannot be broken, unless you bribe them and they agree..
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    Since you havent done anything yet, it isnt to late to back out. they cannot force you to do it but they might sue tho since u signed the contract already. but then, by the sounds of it, ur already regretting ur decision,so even if they decide to sue, i mean money isnt everything right, if it comes down to something u dont want to do, and im sure there are better ways to get funds for ur education. like scholarships and student loans and stuff. thats what i think anyways. dont do it, if u dont feel comfortable doing it, cos then u would have to live with it for the rest of ur life..dramatic much? lol, but oh well, hope it helps =)
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    What an idiot. Plenty of people are desparate to pay off their course fees but they would never do THAT. I'd get out right now. Who cares if they'll be pissed off? You'll never see them again and once that first video is on the internet... that's it. You're a slut for life :p:
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    i would say "facepalm", but i'm sure some smart arse could turn it into a derisive piece of innuendo.

    ah, sod it. you've been well and truly ****ed.
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    (Original post by Redefined)
    Silly child :yes:
    I'm 25 :o:
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    You will probably have to pay them compensation to get out of the contract because your now liable seeing as youve signed it, so I would say just do the one set and never think about it again... I dont think theres a hope in hell they will let you simply rip up the contract, the only way that could happen is probably a court case, if you were to say you felt under pressuere to sign it, but even then they will say it is a legally binding contract and you did sign it.
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    (Original post by CatexW)
    What an idiot. Plenty of people are desparate to pay off their course fees but they would never do THAT. I'd get out right now. Who cares if they'll be pissed off? You'll never see them again and once that first video is on the internet... that's it. You're a slut for life :p:
    Thanks... I think...

    I'm in no way a 'slut', I was in virgin until I was 21 and only had two boyfriends.
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    I'll take your place if you want .. if they're looking for male models..
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    Firstly, it's still a job! So, you've signed the contract, so do many people and then never turn up to work again/quit on the spur of the moment. Just because it is a contract, because it is a job, there is still a very high chance that you can back out of it without any legal action.

    Ring them up ASAP and tell them that you want a copy of your contract (you are legally entitled to a copy of your contract, and so if they say no, you say you don't work until you have got a copy).

    It may tell you that you have got to give notice, give it and hope that no work is given to you in the meantime.

    If it is, don't go. Seriously, you've handed in your notice (written, keep a copy and asked for a signed copy from the company to be returned to you -- and keep this) and from then on you are out of the clutches of the company in however long the notice is.

    However, you might be expected to work say 12 months before being able to quit, if so, just ring up the manager or whoever and explain that you don't wish to work there any longer.

    If they are being little *******s, making sure you get sacked :yep:. Show up late constantly or don't turn up. If they ask you to do it, don't, and back-chat and ridicule everyone (especially the higher-ups) that work there .
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm 25 :o:
    Still a pup lol :woo:
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    Try searching "contract law".

    T'will tell you alllll you need to know.
 
 
 
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