A San Diego judge has handed a sweeping victory to the 22 women who accused operators of the GirlsDoPorn.com website of duping them into appearing in widely distributed pornography.

San Diego Superior Court Judge Kevin Enright issued a tentative decision Thursday finding that website operator Michael Pratt and others used fraud and deceit by falsely promising the women the videos would not appear online or in the United States.

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