ASACP Executive Director Joan Irvine told XBiz that she received a call from someone in the industry who was concerned that an individual working under the name Brent Corrigan may have been only 17 years old at the time of filming.
“I got a phone call from someone who wanted to know the best way to handle the situation and the best way to alert the industry,” Irvine said. “It was someone being a good citizen.”
The FSC has released the titles of the four gay-themed titles he is alleged to have performed in as a minor. According to the FSC, all four were produced by Cobra Video and distributed by Pacific Sun Entertainment. They include:
The FSC did not release any information regarding the individual’s real name but says he has since turned 18.
Irvine said both this announcement and last weeks are examples of the industry self regulating. “We learned about both situations through calls from people in the industry who were trying to do the right thing,” she told XBiz.
The FSC recommends that until the facts in this case are clarified, any webmaster or retailer offering the above titles and all related content and promotional materials should immediately remove them from circulation and distribution.
The FSC further recommends that all content, online and offline, related to a performer named Brent Corrigan should be removed and sealed for attorney review and consultation.
Pacific Sun Entertainment did not return a call from XBiz. XBiz will post additional information as it becomes available.