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Gay porn site furiously deny drugging boxer into gay sex

Joe Williams October 30, 2015
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The site have responded to the claims – which they slammed as ‘false’ and ‘slanderous’.

Earlier this week, a boxer who appeared in a gay adult film claimed he was drugged and violated by the adult film company who produced the video.

Yusaf Mack says he was suffering financial hardship when DawgPoundUSA.com reached out to him on Facebook.

Gay porn site furiously deny drugging boxer into gay sex

The father of ten says the company offered him nearly $5,000 to perform in one of their videos, which he says he agreed to.

Mack also claims he was led to believe that the film he was to star in to be a heterosexual one.

However, the actual video he took part in – either consciously or not – is reported to be a “graphic” threesome between the boxer and two other men.

Mack claims he was drugged when he arrived on the set in New York City in June and that he remembers nothing other than his journey home.

He says he put the incident to the back of his mind, until he was recently alerted by friends who had seen the video.

Mack insisted: “That ain’t me. I don’t remember that.”

In response to the accusastions, the company have rubbished Mack’s “patently false and preposterous claims”.

In a statement released today, a spokesman said: “DawgPoundUSA.com is a reputable company which has produced high quality videos of men-of-colour since 2002.

Gay porn site furiously deny drugging boxer into gay sex

“At no time have we ever coerced or drugged any of our models. The claims made by Mr. Mack are false, slanderous, and vehemently denied on our part.

“We intend to take all legal steps necessary to protect our good name and reputation against these patently false and preposterous claims.”

Throughout the “controversy”, the sportsman has stated that he is not attracted to men.

“All my real friends who really know me, know I like females,” he said.

“I’m still me. You’ve got to realize that the ones that are not really talking to me are the ones that probably have skeletons in their closets.

“My whole life, I’ve been what they call a whoremonger. I love females. The only time I touch a man is when I’m in the ring fighting,” he told Philly.com.

Mack says he is planning a lawsuit against DogpoundUSA.com, but he has been unable to locate the individual who initially hired him.

Related topics: Boxing, LGBT, porn, Sex, sport, US, yusaf mack

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