Sunny Lane Featured on ABC News, Parties With Motley Crue

RENO, Nev. — Adult performer Sunny Lane, a star of HBO’s "Cathouse," followed an ABC News shoot by hanging out with heavy metal band Motley Crue at a recent concert in Reno. The concert followed the taping of an ABC News feature involving Sunny, Moonlite BunnyRanch owner Dennis Hof and the business of sex for sale.

“I love hanging with Dennis, and wherever we go guys and girls love talking to him because he’s famous for throwing a good time,” Lane said. “And isn’t that what life’s all about?”

Hof spoke for the cameras of his plans should the state of Nevada ease restrictions on legalized prostitution.

“I think it would be a great idea because as the economy continues to falter, more and more people are going to need a good time and a way to relax,” Lane said. A portion of the broadcast can be seen online at the ABC News website.

Lane has done charity work on behalf of the Skylar Neil Foundation which raises money to fight cancer in honor of Motley Crue singer Vince Neil's young daughter who died of the disease in 1995.

“I’m always happy to help out in any way that they want me to,” Lane said.

For more information on Sunny Lane, visit her website at SunnyLaneLive.com.