Clarification

Porn actress claims James Deen had help from a woman when he raped her

(Tumblr/Nicki Blue)

A porn star who last week joined a chorus of other adult performers accusing James Deen — widely seen as a “feminist” porn star — of rape, spoke out a second time, and clarified her story. News of Nicki Blue’s allegations were originally reported by The Daily Mail, but Blue told The Daily Beast that some of the details in that story were “wrong.” Blue said Deen had assistance from a porn executive at Kink.com who also happened to be a former romantic partner. Blue had accused Deen of urinating in her mouth without her consent, and, according to the initial report, later sodomizing her with a beer bottle in a 2011 incident that occurred at Kink.com offices. According to The Daily Beast’s interview, Blue says Princess Donna held her down during the attack, and that she couldn’t be sure who used the beer bottle to violate her. Blue said Deen and Princess Donna followed her after the initial attack, and that Princess Donna used her fist to sodomize Blue. At the time, Blue was 21 years old and worked at Kink.com as a webcam girl, and she was a virgin when she claims she was raped by Deen. So far, eight women have come forward with allegations of rape or other sexual misconduct. Deen has denied the accusations.

Read the full story at The Daily Beast.

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