I've learned how these people play and I say to myself "they're up to something". Sure enough - I discover that the very day this lawsuit was filed this happened - http://deadline.com/2015/09/relativity-media-ryan-kavanaugh-last-minute-offer-bid-1201558084/#comment-list-wrapper
Very clever. He's trying to score millions of dollars so he doesn't want people thinking he's a complete con artist who catfishes people and exploits real sex trafficking victims, nor that he's doing it to cover up real trafficking that men like Liang Yaohui were involved with who got arrested finally a few months ago. No we don't want people thinking that now do we? Watch that lawsuit disappear the minute they get their check!
Here's the post I put up a few minutes ago before I learned about the bankruptcy:
The show "8 Minutes" was a complete sham. They paid the women who appeared on the show as "victims" $200 to appear. They gave them a script and told them what to say. The men playing "pimps" were stage hands, or even husbands and boyfriends of the actresses.
After the show started airing, a woman who had second thoughts about whether or not her face was going to be blurred contacted me. She told me she really "wanted to quit" prostitution and asked for help.
Before I could do anything - I got swept upon by lawyers urging me "not to go public" with the fact the show was faked. Then two active sex workers swooped down upon her telling her a whole bunch of lies about our program. She signed a release for Relativity Media to use her image, her name, and to speak for her in the contract. I learned this when I confronted her with things she was supposedly saying about me online.
Her response was "I don't have a computer or internet - that's not me talking". She told me she was going to speak to them about "taking the lies down" that were being posted about me. That was the last thing I heard from the "real' woman.
I'm wondering what's the big fear here? The media lies all the time - so why are they SOOOO afraid that I'm going to say the show was staged, scripted, etc. They didn't seem to mind when it came out that "Gigolo's" was scripted and had actors portraying real hustlers. So what's the big deal here?
Well the big deal here is that this show was being used in conjunction with a lot of fund raisers and also some very large trafficking grants for millions of dollars - that's why they're so scared that it's going to come out this show was faked.
But people have been listening. People have been listening that "Kamylla" was asking for rent money on an apartment that was flooded. However, it's illegal to even charge rent on a flooded apartment! Every reporter that "Kamylla" spoke to confessed they had not matched a contract with a photo with her on film with the show even. Relativity Media wouldn't even confirm she was even on the show either when we talked to them months ago.
So that's why they're scared. Because a lot of money was raised on this show being "real" and Kamylla's story being "real". When I spoke that I had talked to the prosecutor, the court clerk, the vice head and Kathryn Griffin Townsend who were all telling me Kamylla's story wasn't washing and they had no records matching this story - that makes the fund raiser and the grant money a pretty big fraud.
So they're desperate to cover their ass that the show wasn't staged or faked. Now what do they do? Oh hold onto your hats because this is a pretty desperate move.
Yes they're now going to essentially sue themselves to make this look "real". How much you want to bet that before the discovery process - they'll reach an "out of court settlement"?
Well now they've really dug a hole. Because anything said to the court that's not 100 percent true - can be prosecuted for perjury and there's no statute on the time limit either. Here's a comment I posted under the article which I'm sure they'll delete soon: