AHF Files Complaint Against San Diego Boy Productions

Rhett Pardon

LOS ANGELES — The AIDS Healthcare Foundation today says that San Diego Boy Productions has violated Florida's "Sanitary Nuisance" statutes by shooting adult videos in the state without using condoms.

The AHF initially filed its complaint in California, but refiled in Florida in mid-August after Cal/OSHA determined that the sexual activities in the videos in question took place in Florida, under the name D&E Productions. 

"In its defense against our Cal/OSHA complaint, San Diego Boy Productions/Fantom Video said that the company responsible for producing the video material in question for it — D&E Productions — was based in Florida, not California, and that as a result, Cal/OSHA had no jurisdiction," said Michael Weinstein, president of AHF.

"With that admission, AHF then filed a new Health and Safety Complaint under Florida's 'Sanitary Nuisance' statutes over the adult videos filmed in Florida without condoms."

The organization said that the films "clearly demonstrate" the unprotected exchange of bodily fluids.

Despite there being no occupational safety and health division statewide in Florida like Cal/OSHA in California, AHF said, the state and Miami-Dade County do have "sanitary nuisance" laws on the books. 

“The Florida complaint comes on the heels of the news that another adult film performer in California has tested positive for HIV — the second adult performer to do so in the past three weeks,” the AHF said.