LOS ANGELES — The Free Speech Coalition this evening has issued an industry alert over an alleged falsified test result in Las Vegas.
In addition, the FSC emphasized that any performer who attempts to shoot with a manipulated test will be banned from participating in PASS, the adult trade group’s Performer Availability Scheduling Services section.
The FSC in its alert said the following:
Performers should beware of a male performer-producer in Las Vegas who has been manipulating dates on his test to make it appear current.
Two female performers separately contacted the Free Speech Coalition with concerns that a male performer-producer was working with an expired test.
In both cases, he produced a digitally forged paper test using manipulated dates.
In both cases, the performer left set without shooting and reported the incidents to us.
We are working with the performers, and the PASS testing centers to verify the manipulation. If the test is indeed fraudulent, the performer will be banned from PASS.
In the meantime:
- Always use the online PASS database to verify testing for scene partners. Paper tests can be fraudulently manipulated. All performers who are cleared for work are verifiable in the database — accept no excuses.
- Contact the FSC if you believe this performer or other has attempted to defraud you with a manipulated test.