A porn director has shown viewers around a lavish Los Angeles mansion, which has played host to “thousands” of adult scenes.
The stunning property is situated in San Fernando Valley, which has been dubbed “porn valley” due to some of the biggest names in the industry being based there.
The homes are often rented from celebrities and one director has even recently recalled her horror when an estate agent walked in during a filming day when a shoot was underway.
In a new BBC documentary ‘Ron Jeremy: Fall of a Porn Icon’, Jim Powers, who directs adult movies in LA, offered viewers the chance to peer behind the curtain at a porn shoot.
“I’m shooting a thing called cuckold sessions today and you’re going to come into the typical porn set as they exist in porn valley,” Jim explained.
Walking into an expansive open-plan living room, the director declared: “This is the perfect house for porn, this house has shot thousands and thousands of porn.”
Proceeding to scuttle through the house, Jim pointed out different areas that held memories of past shoots.
“I’ve shot people here, I’ve shot people in the jacuzzi, in the gym, zillions of spa scenes right here, I shot a seance scene in the library,” he recalled.
“Come on! Memory lane,” Jim exclaimed, almost running into a scenic gym, which also has views of valleys from a miniature hot tub located next to workout equipment.
“There is not a room in this house that I have not shot somebody f***ing in,” Jim said. “Not one room.”
Interviewing the adult actresses on set about their role in the day’s filming, one unnamed woman stressed that she enjoyed the interaction to be found on porn shoots.
She said: “I really like porn sets. A lot of girls, since Covid and everything, stopped shooting on sets and just doing their own stuff.”
The actress went on to explain that this is partly down to the financial attraction of OnlyFans, which allows creators to share explicit images and videos with paying subscribers.
“OnlyFans does pay a lot. Monthly on OnlyFans would be like $30-40,000 (£22-29,000) but OnlyFans will take a percentage of that,” she explained.
In the documentary, the luxury of the mansion tour is set against the backdrop of survivors’ testimony, with alleged stories of sexual abuse at the hands of porn icon Ron Jeremy being related throughout the programme.
Ron is currently on trial for more than 30 sexual assault charges, and is accused of using his celebrity persona to prey on women. He has pleaded not guilty and denies all the accusations against him.
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