34 women sue Pornhub in sex abuse video, trafficking case


A complaint was filed on June 17, 2021 in California by 34 women who accuse the website Pornhub and its parent company of having knowingly put online videos where they are victims of rape and other sexual abuse, including when they were minors. — AFP

LOS ANGELES: Nearly three dozen women have filed a lawsuit in California against adult video website Pornhub, accusing it and its parent company of knowingly profiting from footage depicting rape and sexual exploitation, including of minors.

Lawyers representing the 34 plaintiffs accuse the online giant – one of the world’s largest adult video websites – of creating a teeming marketplace for child pornography and “every other form” of nonconsensual sexual content, and want the company to pay damages.

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