Hardcore–whose real name is Paul Little and who gained notoriety for producing such classics as Golden Guzzlers 7 and Fists of Fury 4, both of which were among the 5 titles brought before the jury–was convicted in a Tampa court in June, 2008 for distributing obscene material via the mail and internet. Despite a valiant defense and a few holdout jurors*, Hardcore was sentenced to 46 months and his company was handed a $75,000 fine.
Though his attorneys are still appealing the case, Hardcore still must serve his time and was allowed to self-surrender following a trip to the AVN Awards in Las Vegas three weeks ago. Last Saturday, friends and loyal staff members attended a farewell party (NSFW) at Hardcore’s Los Angeles home in which Hardcore and wife Layla Rivera provided entertainment themselves (pictured). As AVN reports, he will be serving time in the cushy Lompoc Federal Correctional Facility, also known as Club Fed, 175 miles north of LA.
Despite never wanting to watch Hardcore’s oeuvre–which includes scenes of Max fisting girls in smeared make-up, fucking them with baguettes and pissing on them while they cry–we feel for the dude and disagree that porn, no matter how revolting, should warrant prison time. We wish Max luck over these next three years, and since his company remains intact his fans can still look forward to his next release, Fuck Puppets.
* Shortly following the trial, as reported by AVN, defense attorneys and Hardcore met with three jurors, including the foreman, who had all been reluctant to convict Hardcore based on his First Amendment rights, however the three admitted to being badgered by their 9 fellow jurors into submitting to the conviction.
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