Porn Star Kills Herself After Being Bullied For Refusing To Shoot With Man Who Does Gay Scenes

On Tuesday morning, 23-year-old porn star August Ames was found dead from an apparent suicide after she was bullied and branded a homophobe for refusing to shoot with a man who has sex with men on camera. Ames made it clear that she was, of course, refusing to do such work for safety reasons and was not homophobic.

According to The Blast, “law enforcement sources tell us Ames was found early Tuesday morning in Camarillo. She was pronounced dead at the scene, and we’re told there is no indication of foul play or any other crime occurring. We’re told toxicology tests are also being conducted while the death is investigated.”

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  • Millie_Woods

    A lot of female porn actresses commit suicide. Like Harvey Weinstein’s enablers, nobody wants to talk about it.

    • The faggots have even invaded adult erotica. Usually there are separate sections for Gay porn to “accommodate” them. But Gay activists continually upload to the hetero sections, plus there’s more and more “borderline paedophilia” stuff. I’m talking about mainstream legal sites, not “dark sites”.

      Not that I recommend anybody should get into it, even if it’s legal — just not healthy. Just pointing out a fact.

  • DMB

    Yes how incredibly homophobic of her not put herself at a substantially high risk of contracting hiv/aids by not engaging in a sexual activity in a pornographic film. It just shows her intolerance of the homosexual lifestyle. By her committing suicide she will no longer show how sexually liberated she is by working in an industry dominated by deviant sex mainly homosexual behavior, child/teenage sexual engagement and black men having sex with white women which pretty much is mainly what modern day pornography is today.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2424664/Porn-industry-HIV-outbreak-HIV-positive-porn-stars-say-testing-14-days-NOT-enough.html

  • Shebel

    Safe Journey.

  • Carlos_Perera

    We are a sick society . . . perhaps–though I hope not–terminally ill. In the span of fifty years, we have gone from the Hays Code to the Homosexualist Code of moral guidance for film production.