Former Porn Star Ginger Lee Denies Involvement In XXX Film Supporting Anthony Weiner’s Campaign

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Sigh</em>. Only in America (and possibly Italy) would a three-ring-circus get even more three-ring-circus-ier.

Ginger Lee, a former porn actress, has denied through her lawyer any involvement in “Don’t Pull Out,” a porn film which will donate proceeds to Anthony Weiner’s New York City mayoral campaign, as erroneously reported by the Huffington Post.

See, here’s what happened …

Last week, the Huffington Post reported that Michael Kulich, a 26-year-old pornographer in Los Angeles, would be opportunistically filming a porno about Anthony Weiner called “Don’t Pull Out” and donating 15 percent of the proceeds to Weiner’s campaign. The DVD, which will be released on September 1, was originally reported to be starring Ginger Lee, a XXX star who has since left the industry. Lee is a notable addition to “Don’t Pull Out” because she received sexts from Weiner during his first round of the sexting scandal.

But the news as reported is not entirely true — through her lawyer, Gloria Allred, the former adult film actress clarified to blogger Susannah Breslin at Forbes that she has not filmed a porn scene for almost five years. Any clips of her in the “Don’t Pull Out” film will be older content that is being repackaged and repurposed now. Kulich confirmed to Forbes that he has bought out failing companies that owned porn films, including ones by Ginger Lee,  which is how he’s able to cobble together a “new” video. (HuffPo has since updated and clarified their piece.)

In her statement to Forbes, Ginger Lee said she does not appreciate being “dragged back into this scandal all over again” and issued a stern rebuke for Kulich’s opportunism:

[I]t is reported that I will be appearing in an X-rated film about Anthony Weiner which will be released in September. The public may mistakenly conclude that I am still in the adult film business and I that have decided to profit from the fact that I received sexts from Anthony Weiner. This is false. First, I have never had any communication with the person who has stated publicly that I will be appearing in such a film and participating in it. Second, I have not appeared in any adult films for the last five years and have no interest or intention in participating in any X-rated films. Third, I have never profited or made any money whatsoever from being involved in the Anthony Weiner scandal and I have no intention of profiting in any way from it. Fourth, the only person that I authorize to make any statements about me is my attorney, Gloria Allred.

The former actress concluded her statement with, “I simply want to be able to go on with my life without ever hearing the name Anthony Weiner again.”

Us, too, Ginger Lee. Us, too.

[Huffington Post]
[Forbes]

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