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PornHub Sued In Class Action Suit For Allegedly Sharing Non-Consensual Videos

Dozens of women in a joint class action suit have sued PornHub and its parent company MindGeek for knowingly profiting off sharing non-consensual s*xual content.Pornhub sued by dozens of women for allegedly serving nonconsensual s*x videos - CNNThese include r*pe videos, child s*xual exploitation, trafficking, and others.

The suit filed on June 17th, 2021 alleges that MindGeek, the owners of the biggest p*rn website is a “classic criminal enterprise” enriched from monetising non-consensual s*xual contents.

“It is time for the companies and individuals who have profited off of nonconsensual and illegal content be held liable for their crime,” the plaintiff said. “I joined the lawsuit because I seek justice for myself and the countless victims who don’t come forward.”

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The lawyer Michael Bowe who filed the suit on behalf of 34 s*xually violated women said that MindGeek “has operated like an old-school red-light district of commerce where rules that do apply and should be applied haven’t been applied.

Meanwhile, PornHub has denied the allegations. In a statement to CNN Business, the company however said it is investigating the complaint.

The statement says that it “takes every complaint regarding the abuse of its platform seriously. Including those of the plaintiffs in this case”. The company denies the accusations about the company’s structure.

“The allegations in today’s complaint that Pornhub is a criminal enterprise that traffics women. And is run like ‘The Sopranos’ are utterly absurd, completely reckless and categorically false,” Pornhub wrote.

MindGeek is the owner of other P*rn brands including Pornhub, RedTube, Tube8, and also, YouPorn. The company rakes in over 3 billion views per month the lawsuit press releases says.


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