Why You Should Never Film Porn in Public

091817-news-couple-arrested-public-pornYou will go to jail. And you may end up on a sex offender registry. It’s really that simple and I am surprised I have to write a blog post about this though. However, I see many of the smaller producers and solo-performers/producers that post clip previews or live cam shows that clearly show that they filmed something in public. Whether it’s in a library, behind a desolate warehouse, a park or even outside your house in the pool, sex and/or nudity in public is a sure-fire way to garner someone’s attention which usually leads to the local police being called. Not to mention that your video, in itself, is evidence of the crime and can be used as evidence against you in a criminal prosecution.

Here are just a few of the cases that had made the news in the past couple of years;

https://www.bet.com/news/national/2017/09/18/couple-records-public-sex-and-uploads-to-pornhub.html

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/windsor-woman-21-arrested-in-library-sex-show-case/article23333730/

http://6abc.com/news/ex-oregon-state-student-charged-with-indecency-after-filming-solo-sex-act-in-library/497640/

Perhaps you may get lucky like an Australian couple who filmed themselves having sex at a train station – but that was only because the video was not discovered until the statute of limitations had expired and they could not be officially charged.

https://nypost.com/2017/01/19/couple-wont-be-charged-for-public-porn-shoot/

Many of you may be saying “so what – it’s a first offense, I won’t go to jail for that!”

You may or may not go to jail. For a first offense, you may receive a lenient plea deal from a District Attorney. He or she may say “just plead guilty and you won’t have to go to jail.” However, because of your guilty plea what is possible is that you may have to register as a sex offender. In 13 states merely urinating in public can get you placed on the sex offender registry.

Any type of public nudity is considered lewd behavior. California law under Penal Code Section 647(a) punishes any person who “solicits anyone to engage in or who engages in lewd or dissolute conduct in any public place or in any place open to the public or exposed to public view.” Further, California Penal Code Section 314 prohibits the sex crime of “indecent exposure” . . . which means willfully exposing your genitals to someone else, motivated by a desire to sexually gratify yourself or offend the other person. A California Penal Code Section 314 conviction subjects you to a minimum ten (10) year duty to register as a Tier one California sex offender. California Senate Bill 384 recently created a three-tier sex registration system that reduced the registration requirement for indecent exposure to ten (10) years. It used to be for life.

The criminal penalties in other states is not that much different than the example above from California. And in some, it is much worse.

Before you go off and start filming yourself camming topless from your car, flashing in a library, getting oral sex next to a dumpster behind a Walmart or masturbating in a restaurant, think twice – that $9.99 clip might end up costing you a lot more in legal fees.

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