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Gay porn boss denies leaving Airbnb rental covered in “urine, semen and fecal matter”

Joseph McCormick November 25, 2015

A gay porn boss who is being sued for allegedly leaving a rented apartment covered in bodily fluids, has strongly denied the allegations against him.

Michael Lucas, of Lucas Entertainment, has been sued by the owner of an Airbnb rented mansion in Ojai.

He has responded to the lawsuit, suggesting that owner Kristina Knapic, may have been to blame for any bodily fluids, saying she is a “professional extortionist”.

Michael Lucas social media image

Knapic claims Lucas rented the property under the name “Anna”, that the house was rented for personal use, and that when he collected the keys, he said he was Anna’s brother in law.

Her lawsuit states that, after Lucas rented the property, she returned home to find “urine, semen and fecal matter on the linens, carpets, upholstery, walls, ceilings and in the hot tub.”

It goes on to claim that she also found “enema kits throughout the house — on the floors, in the beds, in nightstand drawers and in the trash” and that “various sexual devices were found in the beds and in the trash.”

“The hot tub water… was brownish in colour,” the lawsuit also adds.

According to filings, she found a business card for Lucas Entertainment on the floor of the property, and is now suing the entertainer for $30,000, saying he should not sell or distribute any footage shot at the mansion.

“Plaintiff has not, and does not, rent the property for the purposes of filming adult pornographic movies,” the lawsuit reads.

“Such an image is not one plaintiff wants associated with her pristine home.”

However Lucas has strongly refuted the claims.

In a statement sent to Queerty, Lucas said there is “no merit” to the property owner’s claims, and he denies that she keeps a “pristine home”.

Lucas says there is a sex dungeon, which is not noted on Airbnb, but which those staying at the house are allowed to use.

He said that cleaners, and Knapic confirmed that the guests had left the house at an acceptable level of cleanliness, and that she was present for most of his stay, so would have heard noise if something untoward had gone on.

In addition, he accuses Knapic of throwing a sex party, and says she is “now looking to a porn company to fund the repairs”.

With Queerty, Lucas also shared text message screenshots of Knapic confirming that she was happy with the cleanliness of the house, and other Airbnb reviews, which suggest that something is not as it seems with the property and its owner.

Lucas’ full statement is available to read below:

Simply stated, there is no basis whatsoever to this claim, and we have
photographic evidence to prove that.

Ms. Knapic was a resident in a guest house on the premises during our
entire stay. Our windows faced her windows, we shared the yard and
garden, we shared laundry facilities.  If there were any activity
which would have resulted in the damage she now claims, it would have
been evident.

When we first arrived, we inquired if it would be possible to extend
our stay, but were told we could not because the house was already
rented to others.

Paragraph 17 of the complaint says Ms. Knapic entered the property on
August 16, after we had vacated the property, and found a mess.

That is a completely false statement.

On August 27, 11 days after we left, we texted Ms. Knapic to ask if
something we had forgotten in the refrigerator had been found. She
responded by text on August 31 that they were in Cancun and that their
cleaning staff had cleaned the house and threw everything out. Not one
syllable about any issue with the horrible condition in which she
claims we left the house on August 16.

There was absolutely no claim at that time of any problems at the property.

Cleaning staff went through the house to prepare it for the next
rental. Again, absolutely no complaints about the property.

In fact, we have photographs and video that we took on both our
arrival and departure dates showing that we left the property in
pristine condition.  Ms. Knapic’s assistant Dorian even complimented
me on how clean the house was.

On August 27, 11 days after we left, we texted Ms. Knapic to ask if
something we had forgotten in the refrigerator had been found. She
responded by text on August 31 that they were in Cancun and that their
cleaning staff had cleaned the house and threw everything out. Not one
syllable about any issue with the horrible condition in which she
claims we left the house on August 16.

Obviously, if the house was in the condition as described in her
complaint, the response on August 31 would have been something other
than “sorry, my cleaning staff threw everything away.”

Ms. Knapic claims in paragraph 20 of her complaint that bodily fluids
were found on the walls and ceiling. If true, that must have been one
heck of a party. No such party occurred on the days we were there …
and she was there the entire time.

Here’s the truth:  the house has a unique and unadvertised feature:
a fairly well-equipped sex dungeon in the basement, complete with a
sex swing, whips, chains and miscellaneous bondage paraphernalia.  A
video of her sex dungeon is attached.  We did not use this room nor
any of the equipment in it.

Not having been served with any papers, we cannot ascertain if the
complaint as filed is verified. But if Ms. Knapic continues with her
claims, she will have to make statements under oath and provide
admissible evidence of her claims. It’s also her lawyer’s job to
ensure she does not commit perjury.

If the house was trashed, it was trashed by someone other than us. It
is possible that she or her renters had a sex party in the dungeon
that got out of hand, and she is now looking to a porn company to fund
the repairs.

I have also included a few reviews on the house from other sites such
as TripAdvisor.

In my opinion, this woman is a professional extortionist, and that’s
clear from the reviews she has received. It’s also an obvious
contradiction that she did not keep the security deposit, but now has
decided to file a lawsuit.

Ms. Knapic alleges that our filming will damage the “reputation and
romantic image” of the house. If that was a real concern, she could
have framed her complaint innocently and omitted the salacious
details. By drafting the complaint as she has, Ms. Knapic has secured
the publicity and notoriety she so clearly sought.

It took two months for Ms. Knapic to concoct this false claim and file
for damages.  Her lawsuit is absolutely without any merit whatsoever.

More: AirBnb, michael lucas, porn, US

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