Trigger warning: This interview includes frank, explicit, discussions about rape, sex trafficking, and suicide ideation that may be triggering to some. Listener discretion is advised.
Jane Doe grew up in Washington state with a loving family, never expecting that she’d be victimized by one of the largest trafficking schemes to date in today’s mainstream porn industry.
Twenty-one days after her 22nd birthday, she boarded a flight to San Diego that, unbeknownst to her, would change her life forever. That day, she would become one of the hundreds of young women who had been exploited between 2015 and 2019 by GirlsDoPorn, a wildly popular “amateur” porn production company that garnered well over a billion views, ranking around the 20th-most popular channel on Pornhub, and reportedly generated an estimated $17 million dollars in revenue.
You may have heard about the infamous GirlsDoPorn case in the last couple of years, but you may not know what exactly happened, let alone the full account of one of the trafficked women.
In this exclusive interview, Jane Doe and her emotional support dog, Cozi, sit down with Fight the New Drug to tell the story of how she was sex trafficked and assaulted by GirlsDoPorn porn producers, how her family has handled learning the truth about her experiences, and what it’s been like to pursue legal action against GirlsDoPorn as well as the world’s largest porn company, MindGeek.
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