California AB2389 Minor Update For Those 18-20 Year Olds

An associate editor from by the name of Christian Britschgi spoke to a staffer today from Garcia’s office and they told him that the “21 and older” requirement for the license was an error and would be amended. Implying that they will not be banning 18-20-year-olds from working in the adult industry.

I am not a lawyer so it’s hard for me to personally comment on the bill as written, all I will say is that this legislation is nearly spot on to what is already required of talent agents in both the State of California and Florida and strippers in Las Vegas.

In California for example, you can get a talent agent’s license even though you have multiple criminal charges including felonies (aka Riley Reynolds from Hussie Models). We were told that they allowed his license because a) the felonies were not in California and b) they were not for violent crimes and c) no warrant for his arrest was flagged in the state of California at the time he applied for his license.

One can then reasonably presume that similar rules will apply to adult performers since they apply to adult talent agents in the state.

If passed — and at this point, it looks like they have enough support as they did with AB5, it will go into effect in 2022.

In essence giving the adult industry a year and a half or so, to prepare for the new regulations.


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California AB2389 Minor Update For Those 18-20 Year Olds

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