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At what point do you think a porn producer would go before firing a star who's on drugs?

Type: General

Submitted by graymane (33)
On just suspicion alone 5% 1 Votes
Hear through the grapevine 0% 0 Votes
When it becomes obvious 9% 2 Votes
Only if it impairs production 64% 14 Votes
Ok unless it gets in the news 5% 1 Votes
Other 18% 4 Votes

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22 Votes Total

Nov 29, 2013

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jberryl69 (Disabled) First, it would depend upon who the producer is and their sensitivity to drug use.

If a producer has a zero tolerance level, he'd not book someone he suspects of using. If a producer is ambivalent to drug use, then the criteria might be how it effects the production or his business in general.

11-29-13  06:22am

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graymane (33) I know a guy who gets drunk every night of the year.
Yet always attends and is on time for work at his job the next morning. and so far as I know continues to excel at it.
What is it they say??? "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

11-29-13  06:27am

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Drooler (220) Depending on the drug, it could actually enhance production I suppose. The only girl I've seen who I think was out of it was Chastity Lynn. I do hope she doesn't ruin herself and her fine charms with substance abuse.
11-29-13  10:00am

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turboshaft (24) Since "on drugs" could mean any number of things I'm going to say "Only if it impairs production." If someone has an audience and can still work producers will tolerate a lot--just like in mainstream Hollywood, and to a certain extent in politics as well.

Read a few interviews or tweets of current performers and it's clear that pot is the go-to drug of choice at the moment. While it certainly doesn't help them come off as women who are more than airheaded eye candy they're aren't flying planes or engineering vaccines either, so no harm no foul.

11-29-13  12:35pm

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pat362 (375) I wish they would be proactive but I suspect that most would only do it if the performers becomes a problem during the shoot. Otherwise I don't think they care all that much.
11-29-13  05:33pm

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Thedebilman666 (Suspended) Where do you think most of the girls score their dope from? Directors/producers. Calm down, it was a joke.
11-30-13  07:27pm

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graymane (33) REPLY TO #6 - Thedebilman666 :

Still think you otta consider supplying one-liners for Late Night monologues.

As for "calming down" ....... not to worry, de666billion.
My antidote is working.
Your very clever retorts anymore are bouncing away like bullets off the chest of Superman ......or given I'm in my Wonder woman attire, my wrist bracelets.

So load up a full metal jacket an' let'em fly, guy.
It ain't R. Lee Ermey tak'n the rounds, anymore.

11-30-13  09:32pm

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Thedebilman666 (Suspended) About time SOMEONE grew up around here. R. Lee Ermy is a slack jawed f****t compared to me...I trained real men to be real men.
11-30-13  09:39pm

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marcdc1 (174) This question is a tough one. A performer whose judgment (consent) is impaired should not be on set. The moral/ethical/legal implications are obvious.

On the other hand to deprive someone of their livelyhood for rumors is wrong.

I think the line has to be if consent is impaired.

12-01-13  04:19pm

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