Disgraced gay porn star dropped over vile racist rants evicted from home over loud ‘meet and greets’
Gay porn star Billy Santoro has reportedly been evicted from his home following noise complaints.
Santoro and his husband Gage earned themselves precisely zero fans in their luxury Sydney apartment block after adopting a work-from-home approach during the pandemic, leading to numerous complaints from neighbours about noise and the comings and goings of third parties.
It appears their time in the block climaxed Thursday (3 December), as a removal van was spotted outside the building.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported Santoro was served an eviction notice by his landlord, following a unanimous committee ruling that the couple had breached building by-laws by “disturbing the peaceful enjoyment of surrounding lots with extreme noise”.
The couple blew it by “failing to practice social distancing during meet-and-greets organised via social media”, with police reportedly called out at least three times.
According to the outlet, Santoro said no neighbours had complained to him nor Gage.
It’s the big finish to a year of shame for Santoro, who was dropped by JustForFans and disappeared from OnlyFans after going on a disturbingly racist Twitter rant.
Santoro took to social media amid widespread Black Lives Matter demonstrations in June to call for police to shoot Black protesters.
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“Lol. America! Lol you let your blacks loot as a way of protest,” he wrote in a since-deleted tweet.
“Wake the f**k up. Shoot first.”
Santoro deleted his entire social media presence following universal condemnation. In October, he posted a video to Twitter apologising for his remarks and blaming his actions on drug addiction.
“I’ve said some things that I totally regret, which I apologise for and by no way mean, while under the influence,” he said in the clip, posted 4 October.
“I finally woke up one day and hit rock bottom.
“Me and my husband Gage both have an addiction that we’re fighting, and it’s been hard. We have all the tools to recover but it’s been very hard.”
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