October 24, 2002 11:28am
Jenna Jameson Sues Lesbian Britney Spears Site
Source: ClubJenna PR
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Top porn star Jenna Jameson has demanded that a Los Angeles Website operator immediately stop an Internet promotion scheme that promises a peak at a video tape depicting Jameson in a lesbian relationship with singer Britney Spears. Ms. Jameson said the scam was created to market MyFindIt.com, self-labeled as the "Napster of Porn."
A cease and desist letter was sent by Jameson's attorney Gary L. Crandell this week to Wendy Walls of (488 Davis Court) Los Angeles for using a Website she controls "to publish false and injurious statements of and concerning Jenna Jameson and Brittany Spears (sic)." Ms. Walls is listed as the registrant and administrator for the MyFindIt.com Website that has been promoting the alleged tape. A copy of the cease and desist letter was sent to Bill Hart of Netvisions Enterprises in Atlanta (3645 Clearview Pkwy), who is listed as the technical contact for a related site.
Said Mr. Crandell: "The statements include representations of fact that Jenna Jameson was involved in a lesbian relationship with Britney Spears at her home in Arizona. The statement is made purely for the purpose of promoting and marketing a Website. You are aware that your claims are false and you have published your libelous statements for the purpose of profiting from the celebrity of these two famous persons."
Mr. Crandell demanded an immediate halt to use of the false statements and said any repetition would be "prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law." Mr. Crandell also reports that the e-mail address listed by Ms. Walls when she registered her Website is no longer in use, and Mr. Hart's e-mail address refuses to accept electronic mail from Mr. Crandell.
"It's sad to see scam artists trying to capitalize any way they can on the net," said Ms. Jameson.
"Web users are being lured to the site by the promise of a video tape that does not exist," according to Sarah Perkins, a spokesperson for ClubJenna, Inc. "Once the site is accessed, users are instructed on how to obtain 'guaranteed free access to pay [porn] sites.' the customers then get caught up in a billing nightmare when they try to obtain the video or the content. It's a total scam. We were anticipating something like this with all the Jenna/Britney publicity that has been going around. It's unfortunate to see such blatant rip offs used to snare members to adult sites."