“They clearly knew who we were and what we were doing,” said Steve. “They asked for specific Falcon employees and verified my identity by my stage name. If this was an anonymous tip, it was only anonymous in that they wouldn’t tell us who it called it in.”
The shoot, which took place in a nondescript warehouse in Northridge, began filming on Sunday. Cruz was in the middle of shooting a sex scene between Dillon Buck and newcomer Colton Steele when several police officers entered and demanded to see a film permit. (Indoor film permits on private property are generally beyond the scope of police, especially vice cops.) The production was shut down entirely costing thousands of dollars in lost wages and fines. The filming will be moved to San Francisco and resume later this week.
“We found it strange that the LAPD vice squad went through the trouble of entering private location to issue a citation,” said Falcon’s PR director. “It’s the wrong department, and studios shoot on this set every week without problems. I hate to sound over-dramatic, but this was an inside job.” Falcon declined to speculate further, but suggested there were few people who have both connections to LAPD, and an interest in disrupting Falcon production.
While we were on the set yesterday, we left (sadly) before all the excitement.
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The COLT superstars joined a protest in Rome against the Catholic Church in order to make the claim that gay people are not pedophiles. There was a chihuaha involved.
I feel sorry for people with fetishes that can never be realized in real life. Take this Flickr user, who has to make do with his giants fetish using Photoshop.
I'm not one for bragging about intellectual accomplishments (it's something I learned from, you know, graduating with honors from Brown University), but Conner Habib is justifiably excited about his blurb in a book written by Carl Sagan's son.