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Jordan Lampert, left, and Joshua Raskin.
Keep in mind that many "porn professionals" in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, are indeed Canadians...In time I may post a list of all the known Canadians in porn.
This account of assault is frightening, but illustrates the mentality of many "porn professionals". Like these men, my primary stalker is an adult webmaster...
TORONTO—Two Toronto-based members of the adult online community have been arrested in Canada for the alleged assault of a 19-year-old woman on March 30. Joshua Raskin, 32, and Jordan Lampert, 32, have each been charged with sexual assault and gang sexual assault. Raskin and Lambert are longtime members of the adult online industry, having operated, at one point or another, the SexPromote, CupidBucks and SlickCash affiliate programs, as well a webcam operation called Tease Entertainment.
According to cp24.com, "A 19-year-old woman told police she was at a nightclub with her friends on Friday, March 30 when she met the suspects. That night, she decided to leave the club with the men and go to one of their homes in the Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue area."
The Toronto Star reported, "Police also believe the suspects surreptitiously video-recorded their interactions with the woman" at the home, a "multi-million dollar condo" where the alleged assault took place. The paper also said the home is owned by Lampert, who, in addition to his online career, is also a particpant on the Canadian reality show on the porn industry called Webdreams and the son of Judge Irwin Lampert, a New Brunswick provincial court judge.
In 2007, as an employee of SlickCash parent Istra Holdings, Raskin was named in a lawsuit brought by Facebook against the company and several of its employees who were accused of trying to collect personal information about the social-network's users. The case was settled in April 2008 when the parties agreed to terms that included a permanent injunction against the defendants and the promise by individual defendants that they would not become members of Facebook for ten years following the date of the settlement.
The Star added that police sources indicate there may be more victims and that an investigation is ongoing.