Justin Slayer Takes Aim at 1,254 BitTorrent Users

DALLAS — Justin Slayer International is the latest adult company to file a copyright infringement suit against BitTorrent users who allegedly traded one of its films online.

Justin Slayer International Inc. filed suit on Monday against 1,254 John Doe defendants, alleging they uploaded and downloaded "Sara Jay in Heat."

The suit seeks to identify the Does through their IP addresses by subpoenaing their ISPs. The IP addresses provided to the court show that the file sharers targeted are from all corners of the nation, including Georgia, North Carolina, New York and California. They are alleged to have traded the video through BitTorrent sites in October and November.

The video, released last summer, was self-produced by Sara Jay, who stars in the film along with Lucas Stone, Angelina Castro, Lexi Lockhart, Asante Stone and Jay.

The suit was filed at U.S. District Court in Dallas by attorney Evan Stone.