Tokyo talent agencies cited for sending actresses to outdoor porn shoot

Twelve persons with AV talent agencies have been prosecuted for dispatching actresses to an outdoor porn shoot deemed harmful by police
Twelve persons with AV talent agencies have been prosecuted for dispatching actresses to an outdoor porn shoot deemed harmful by police

TOKYO (TR) – Employees from six adult video (AV) talent agencies based in the metropolis were prosecuted on Tuesday for allegedly dispatching actresses to an outdoor shoot in Kanagawa Prefecture considered harmful by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police, reports the Asahi Shimbun (Oct. 4).

Twelve employees from the companies, including the 49-year-old head of Bambi Promotion, whose headquarters is located in Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward, are alleged to have dispatched six actresses to a campground in Sagamihara City for a shoot over a two-day period ending on October 1, 2013.

According to a security section of the police, the filming of actresses engaging in sex out in the open is harmful from a public morals standpoint under the Temporary Staffing Services Law.

All of the suspects admit to the allegations.

Last month, the Tokyo District Court dropped a public obscenity case against nine actresses, 24 actors and 19 other production personnel for the making of the same film.

The public obscenity case emerged during an investigation into claims by an actress who said she was coerced to perform in the outdoor shoot.

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