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Judge Denies Motion to Sanction Performers in OnlyFans Conspiracy Case

A California federal judge on Thursday denied a request by OnlyFans parent company Fenix International Ltd. to sanction performers Alana Evans, Kelly Pierce and Ruby for spreading “frivolous allegations” as part of a civil lawsuit alleging that OnlyFans conspired to blacklist its competitors and their brand ambassadors.

OnlyFans Escapes Performers' Conspiracy Lawsuit

A California federal judge on Monday dismissed claims against OnlyFans’ parent company and its owner, effectively cutting them loose from a civil lawsuit alleging a conspiracy to blacklist the platform’s competitors and their brand ambassadors.

OnlyFans, Meta Seek Dismissal of Conspiracy Lawsuit

OnlyFans and Meta this week filed motions seeking dismissal of a civil lawsuit alleging a conspiracy to blacklist OnlyFans’ competitors and their brand ambassadors.


Prepping for Trade Shows to Ensure Success & Safety

As trade shows resume their regular schedules, stars and fans alike are eager to return to normalcy after years of COVID-19 putting social gatherings on hiatus.

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Judge Allows APAG Officers' Lawsuit Against Meta to Move Forward

A U.S. District judge yesterday denied Meta’s motion to dismiss a civil lawsuit alleging that Meta employees conspired with OnlyFans to blacklist OnlyFans' competitors and their brand ambassadors.

APAG's Alana Evans Pens Daily Beast Op-Ed on Financial Discrimination

APAG President Alana Evans has penned an opinion piece for the Daily Beast, outlining the details of a recent instance of alleged financial discrimination that Evans says she and other sex workers suffered at the hands of Wells Fargo.

Jennifer 'Ruby' Allbaugh Steps Down as APAG VP

Jennifer "Ruby" Allbaugh has resigned as vice president of APAG, the union announced today.

Meta Taps Top Legal Firm for Alleged 'Blacklisting' Lawsuit by Adult Performers

International law firm Kirkland & Ellis will be defending Meta, Facebook and Instagram in the proposed class action lawsuit alleging the platforms conspired with OnlyFans’ owner to shadowban competitors and their exclusive talent.

Top APAG Board Members File Lawsuit Against OnlyFans, Meta

Adult Performance Artists Guild board officers Alana Evans, Kelly Pierce and Ruby have filed a civil lawsuit against OnlyFans, its owner Leonid Radvinsky and Instagram’s parent company, Meta, replicating claims from an ongoing lawsuit filed on behalf of FanCentro and alleging a conspiracy to engage in “tortious interference with contract and intentional interference with prospective business.”

APAG Announces New Round of Elections

The APAG Election Committee, with the approval of the union's executive board, has announced elections for a new term for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Sergeant at Arms and Board Member.

APAG Aids in Investigation of Illegal Butt Lift Operation, Creates Form for Victims

Adult performers’ union APAG has released a statement announcing they are cooperating with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in their investigation of an illegal butt implant surgery operation that may have affected adult entertainers.

Indiana-Based Ministry Offers 'Friendship' to Adult Entertainers

Indiana-based religious ministry Unconditional — which has targeted sex workers as potential converts since 2012 — is rebranding its messaging as an offer of “friendship” for “adult entertainers.”

APAG's Alana Evans Responds to Anti-Adult 'NY Post' Op-Ed

Alana Evans, president of Adult Performance Artists Guid (APAG), has written an open letter in response to a recent op-ed published by the New York Post that calls for Congress to "emphatically reject" a move by the adult industry to hire lobbyists to advocate for the industry's free speech rights and other interests.

Alana Evans Profiled as Featured Lobbyist by D.C.'s The Hill

Influential D.C. insider news outlet The Hill profiled APAG union president Alana Evans today as part of its “Lobbyist Profiles” series.

APAG, FSC Reps Speak to the BBC About OnlyFans

The BBC News World Service aired a report today about the recent decision by Only Fans to ban adult content, later reversed under public pressure by sex workers and some scrutiny by the mainstream media.

MasterCard Execs Meet With APAG, FSC Over New Processing Rules

Executives from MasterCard held a meeting yesterday with representatives from adult performers union APAG and industry trade group Free Speech Coalition (FSC) to discuss the upcoming rule changes for credit card processing of adult content.

APAG's Alana Evans Pens Open Letter to Mastercard

The Daily Beast published on Sunday an op-ed by Adult Performance Artists Guild (APAG) President Alana Evans calling out Mastercard’s “hypocrisy” at trying to set up draconian identity verification rules for adult entertainment that would further stigmatize it and threaten its existence in comparison to adult-oriented mainstream content.

Takedown Piracy to Guest on APAG Webinar

Takedown Piracy has announced they will guest on the next Adult Performance Artists Guild (APAG) webinar on Sunday, June 6, at 5 p.m. (PDT).

APAG Announces Labor Department Approval and Confirmation

The Adult Performance Artists Guild (APAG) has announced they have received their federal filing number from the U.S. Department of Labor, confirming their status as a union.

APAG to Host Open Meeting With Congressional Candidate Alexandra Hunt

Adult Performance Artists Guild (APAG) is welcoming industry members to attend the union's open meeting with Alexandra Hunt, a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Philadelphia (PA-03), on Sunday, May 16, at 5 p.m. (PDT).