Plaintiff's attorney Ed Chapin, standing, gave his opening statement on Tuesday, August 20th, in the civil suit of 22 women against defendant girlsdoporn.com who say they were coerced into taking parts in filmed sex scenes under false pretenses. Plaintiffs attorney Ed Chapin gives his opening statement on Aug. 20 in the civil suit of 22 women against defendant girlsdoporn.com who say they were coerced into taking parts in filmed sex scenes under false pretenses. (Photo: John Gibbins/The San Diego Union Tribune)

GirlsDoPorn.com was asking for trouble when it recruited a law student to appear in its adult videos.

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