Women have come forward with disturbing tales of risky sexual behavior.
In October we learned that an adult performer named “Scott Hancock” was the individual who altered an HIV/STI test in September in order to make it appear as though his expired test was actually within the 14-day range required under PASS protocols.
An alert from the Free Speech Coalition in September read in part:
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 the FSC.
Scott Hancock is the performer and director alias of Scott Reedy a.k.a. Scott Andrew a.k.a Jack H. — a business partner of unlicensed agent and tax cheat Shy Love dating back to the time that The VIP Connect was an escort agency.
Reedy runs a website called BigGulpGirls, which features blowjob scenes usually shot at his Las Vegas loft in which Reedy himself is the male talent. The site currently boasts 1147 models.
Over the past few months, Reedy was caught trying to evade PASS testing standards twice, consequently creating an uproar in the adult world. Among adult performers, passing off an altered test is one of the most despicable things you can do, even if you think you are clean. It’s a slap in the face, and demonstrates that you do not give a shit about the health of your scene mate(s).
But my investigation since that initial report has shown that the situation is even worse that previously reported.
Three Las Vegas women who shot with Reedy for BigGulpGirls over the last two years confirm to MikeSouth.com that Reedy doesn’t ask for, or show, a current test for his shoots.
Reedy books models for $250 – 300 blow job scenes, the women report — sometimes along with an off-camera “private” full service session afterward. “A package deal” is how one described it. The talent are often untested local providers.
One woman said, “he never showed me a test and never had me tested, and he did shit on the side with me.”
Another woman reported that she offered to show Reedy a test but “he never checked it ’cause he said I was cool.”
One woman, who shot for Reedy twice over the course of two years, found out (after having done a BJ scene with a “private” afterward) that he had recently been with a female who tested positive for chlamydia. She then had to get tested as a precaution.
“I thought it was a little bit sketchy that he didn’t ask for a recent test,” she said in hindsight.
And one of the women asserts that Reedy assures talent that they do not need an STI test for an oral sex scene because “you can’t catch an STD from oral sex.”
This is of course completely untrue. There is indeed a real risk of transmission of mucosal STIs: gonorrhea, chlamydia, HSV, HPV and syphilis during a male/female oral sex performance: to or from the male or the female, from the oral sex itself — and to the female from ejaculation into the mouth or eyes.
And an on set transmission via oral sex could make it possible for genitals that come in contact with that infected mouth/throat to become infected.
Here is where this gets especially bad: Reedy doesn’t only shoot with local models and escorts. He also shoots scenes with visiting porn stars from the Los Angeles talent pool.
Porn Valley performers who have shot with Reedy in recent months include Pristine Edge, Misty Stone, Leigh Raven bff Charlotte Sartre, Karma Rx, Gia Love, Miranda Miller, Carolina Sweets, Anna Bell Peaks, Richelle Ryan, and Samantha Saint.
Who knows how many California performers were shown a forged test (or convinced they didn’t need to see one), and then given an STI which they carried back to the L.A. talent pool?
Two of the models who spoke to MikeSouth.com have already contacted FSC in hopes of having Reedy permanently thrown out of PASS, and we encourage all talent who experienced anything out of the ordinary to do the same. With reports like this one, we are doing our part. There should be no place in the adult business for predators who trick talent and potentially expose them to illness just so they can save a few bucks when getting their rocks off.