Liam Riley Takes On David Geffen Pal Justin Matthews

Posted August 12, 2015 by with 70 comments

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Where has Liam Riley been all summer? I’ve missed him so much, and today he returns to CockyBoys in a sweet and summery fuckfest with none other than Justin Matthews.

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It’s unclear if Justin Matthews filmed this scene before or after he testified on behalf of the man who used to pay him for sex, Donald Burns, in the Jarec Wentworth extortion trial, but either way, it’s great to see him outside of a courtroom again.

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As the star witness in the Jarec Wentworth trial last month, Justin Matthews was questioned about the envelopes of cash he received after fucking Republican multimillionaire Donald Burns. Later, during cross-examination, Matthews revealed that he feared for his safety due to his relationship with billionaire David Geffen. Now, with Liam Riley at his side, all his troubles seem to have melted away! It must be a nice change of pace to have sex with someone who isn’t old enough to be your grandfather.

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Liam and Justin look perfect together, and this scene is a must-see for all their fans!

david geffen justin matthewsTrailer (watch full scene here):

[CockyBoys: Justin Matthews Fucks Liam Riley]

 

  • Harley

    Why slut shame David Geffen. I can only hope when I get old and decrepid and will be forced to buy my love that I have the money to do it.

    • Zachary Sire

      Please explain to everyone how David Geffen is being slut shamed, and while you’re at it, please explain to everyone how exactly you define slut shaming.

      • kevin

        Zach, there was also that business with the North Dakota football player. Geffen’s judgement is a little off these days. Perhaps he needs to take a trip to Paris. He was a free man there, unfettered and alive . . .

        • sxg

          Haha wow I completely forgot that David Geffen bedded that psycho mess.

          • Mike Julius

            Well, to be fair, the youngin’ was swept off his feet and dumped on his ass. I don’t know that labeling his following behavior as psycho is fair. And actually, pursuing an 18 year old when he could have fathered his father is kind of fucked.

          • WhimsyCotton

            He could have fathered the 18 year old’s father’s father if they had been around 15-18 when they had children lol.

      • S .

        Exactly. Since when is paying for sex/hookers slut shaming?

    • sxg

      Yes, I’m confused about the slut shaming. If there’s anyone on here that’s a slut, it’s Justin.

    • Igloo Australia

      “It must be a nice change of pace to have sex with someone who isn’t old enough to be your grandfather.”

      This sentence is kinda problematic, I think. It’s ageist, not slut shaming.

  • Stacy

    Do you think that David could have sent Liam in as some sort of “kill-bot” that eventually fell in love with Justin and forgot the mission? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/112c92a04fc359118390200a089d598dc4a075dcf40c6830044a71df2966c16f.jpg

  • Stephen

    I am not attracted to Liam at all, but he seems like a sweet and well-liked guy. I bet he’s a blast to hang out with! Justin though…he’s gorgeous. Also, David looks like this guy I used to hook up with. Like REALLY looks like him. >.>

    • mariodemocrat

      You should find less creepy-looking people to hook up with.

      • WhimsyCotton

        Stephen might be an older gentleman, and you’ve just insulted him. Don’t be so insensitive!

        • mariodemocrat

          Only trying to insult David Geffen. Whom I hate. And assume reads the comments on this blog.

  • kevin

    After hearing about his testimony, I decided to follow the progress of Justin’s snaggled lower teeth. The dental work is fairly recent, occurring between his scene with Max Carter back in November, 2014, and his scene with Alex Mecham, released in June. More interesting, however, his that the crucifix tattoo on his shoulder was revised to become a dagger. I wonder if David Geffen didn’t want such a goyishe image on his shaygets?

    • Hudsonman

      Oy! You’re giving me shpilkes already!

  • Todd

    Oh my, well that’s an attention getting headline !! Should it read EX Pal, since Justin is still apparently doing recent scenes ? https://31.media.tumblr.com/2e1ffc30e2b32c77a1a002fbcb5ab89a/tumblr_inline_nlzfl9SDsp1tr65ve.gif

  • kevin

    Don should have given him the 150K. After all Griggzy was such a good friend!

  • kevin

    Does anyone have any idea where casa Cocky is? It’s on a nice piece of land and looks like it’s in one of the tonier NY bedroom communities, probably north of the city — Westchester, Connecticut, northern NJ. Possible north shore LI, but I think it would have to be pretty far out, like Port Jeff.

    • Stacy

      I know in MEETING LIAM they get off the the Metro North and they go into the city of Tarrytown I think, but the parking lot Levi meets Liam in is not Tarrytown, but it has to be one of those Westchester stops….it seems like an amazing piece of land and house

      • Mike Julius

        Damn. lol If you can’t find it, no one can apparently

      • ltlantnee

        And I work 4 days a month in Tarrytown off Tarrytown Road and haven’t seen any of them at Empire City Casino in Yonkers.

    • ltlantnee

      I live in Port Jeff and i’ve never seen any of the guys around town or on the Ferry so i can rule that one out.

    • stephen

      right on the NY/CT border I’d say, I’ve noticed a few pre-sex clips were filmed around my tiny ass hometown, and I don’t see them traveling far to get here of all places

  • Potus

    Why do you name Burns’ political party virtually every time you mention his name…but fail to mention that Geffen is a Democrat? Double standard??

    • Mike Julius

      Because Republicans are notoriously scummy toward LGBT rights. Other obvious questions can be entered in the Google search field of Firefox, Chrome, or if you’re feeling nostalgic, Inert Explorer.

      • Potus

        You’re right…Don’t ask, don’t tell…oh wait…that was Clinton. How about the Defense of Marriage ACT…oh wait…that was Clinton too. If you’re a member of the “all Republican’s are bad and all Democrats are good” party…then you are a fool. The facts as we know them are, that Burns and Geffen are guilty of the same crime…with one exception. One apparently threatened someone to keep it quiet. Either their party is part of the story…or it isn’t. Trying to have it both ways shows an agenda and shoddy journalism.

        • mariodemocrat

          Yeah, Republicans are running DECADES behind Democrats on social issues. Or do you think present day Americans feel the same about lgbt rights as they did in 1993? Fag Republicans are the worst, and the only fags who defend them are other fag Republicans.

          • Potus

            What happened to NOH8…gusss that doesn’t apply to liberals!! You’ve proved my every point. Liberals can’t even have this conversation with spewing hate. Let’s talk again with you’re an adult or ready to act like one.

          • mariodemocrat

            Conservatives love to trot out the “Why won’t you tolerate my intolerance” tripe. No hate doesn’t apply to me- I have contempt for those who deserve it. Did you create this account specifically so you can defend your party of bigots and leave these garbage comments? You’re pathetic.

          • Potus

            Did you start this account to only talk and listen to people that agree with you 100% on every subject? Let me guess…Freedom of Speech (but only the speech you agree with)? I’ve not said one harsh word or attacked anyone…and you have. But, I bet I would get banned from here sooner than you. Liberals have become what they have spent a lifetime fighting. Intolerant!! As if there is no other side to any of these arguments…one side and you own the franchise on what’s true and right. How can you hope to change anyone’s mind if at the outset you attach them. Very sad!!

          • mariodemocrat

            I don’t know who told you all liberals are peace-loving hippies. Plenty are ready to own your foolish ass. All of your comments have been asinine. Bye, girl.

          • Potus

            Quite the contrary, Liberalism is the new home of intolerance. I would ask you to say far away from my ass…foolish or otherwise!! Enjoy you bliss filled life.

          • andrew

            All ideological purists are intolerant. The ideologue ‘knows’ that he is in possession of the truth and is unwilling to accept compromise or moderation. In modern U.S. politics there is almost no center remaining. It is however obvious to me that the extremists on the right are more extreme than those on the left. Just listen to the speeches of the 20 or more candidates seeking their party’s nomination for POTUS. The Republican speeches are generally far more extreme.

          • Paul Winters

            Potus is a TROLL. On a gay porn blog! How sad is that?

        • kevin

          Yes, Barry too was against Marriage Equality at first.

          • mariodemocrat

            Maybe by 2045 your Grand Ol’ Party of Bigots will embrace marriage equality. Doubt it, though – we’re still waiting for them to realize blacks constitute more than 3/5th’s a person.

          • Potus

            Do you have any idea what you’re talking about? The 3/5th rule was to help the blacks not hurt or demean them.

          • mariodemocrat

            I was being hyperbolic, but seriously wow. Only a Republican would defend classifying slaves as partial people. What’s you’re position: “Hey, could’ve been worse!” In my experience gays are Republican for mainly two reasons: a fundamental misunderstanding of their own economic interests, or because they don’t like brown people. No one has to wonder which category you fall into.

          • Potus

            You’ve answered my question. You don’t have any idea what the 3/5th rule was about. (short version) Pre Civil War the northern Republicans didn’t want blacks counted at all and Democrats wanted them fully counted. The reason for this is clear…the south wanted a bigger representation in the House of Representatives, which is based on population and the electoral college. This would ensure slavery would be alive and well. Republican abolitionists wanted more power in the northern states so they could end slavery. The 3/5th rule was a compromise but allowed the north/Republicans to win key votes…which led, in part to the civil war. It was never to hurt free blacks or slaves which would not be allowed to vote no matter how the south counted them.

          • mariodemocrat

            Did you purposefully misunderstand what I was saying? I already told you it was hyperbole, but if you want to make it into something more, I can say it was a point about original intent vs. living document theories. But then I would have to engage further with someone who calls himself “Potus” and seemingly created a diqus account because he objected to Republicans being slighted on a blog about gay porn.

          • Potus

            you could try, but you would fail…it has nothing at all to do with original intent vs. living document theories…so there is no application. This matter was rectified with a constitutional amendment. Any guess which party rectified the matter after it was no longer needed as a tool to end slavery?

          • mariodemocrat

            I don’t think you can bend and twist nearly enough to explain away Nixon’s Southern Strategy. If you know anything about modern history at all, you know which party absorbed the racist Dixiecrats. It’s the same party that was fighting against the Civil Rights Act in 1964. So are you messaging me from 1865, or the modern era? Because I’m seriously astounded what you think you can pull off. Any dope can look at a red state vs. blue state map and have a clue that there has been some serious political realignment since the Emancipation. Know what modern Republicans have in common with the party of Lincoln? An unbridled allegiance to big business. That’s it. So you can fuck all the way off, dude, because I’m nowhere near as stupid as I’d have to be to buy the bullshit you’re peddling.

          • Potus

            Your last statement indicates that you are in fact stupid…but just not to the level you’d need to be to buy my BS! If I were a smart ass…this would be the part where I’d ask just how stupid you actually are? To be clear…I never called you stupid nor do I think you are. I simply believe that you are wrong on the facts. The Civil Rights act was passed by the Republican Party…and was being blocked by the Democrats led by Al Gore’s dad. If I concede the unbridled allegiance to big business (which I don’t by the way). I wonder where you think the Democratic Party’s unbridled allegiance is directed. Anyway…I think we’re pretty much done here. Good luck and be well.

          • mariodemocrat

            We had LBJ in the White House signing into law, you had Strom Thurmond (former Dem but became Republican because he loved blacks so much, right?) on the floor filibustering it. The chink in your armor is the Dixiecrats. The Dixicrats, who revolted from the Democratic party to the Republican party when the Democrats took up the mantle of civil rights for blacks. I’m always curious how assholes like you who try to cloak themselves in the lore of Lincoln explain how the former Confederacy is now such a stronghold for the Republicans now. Rather than pretend your party isn’t today constituted by a bunch of backward, racist, bigots, you’d do better to just ignore the warped history lesson and pretend you’re all about fight ISIS because I guarantee there are plenty of people who know enough about history to shut you down more often than now and make you look foolish.

          • Potus

            When you can weave Thurmond, Lincoln and ISIS into one response…I think the discussion is over. I would remind you…the only Klans man elected to congress was a democrat stayed a democrat and died as a democrat. He rose to a leadership position in the US Senate by your party. Your party loved Robert Byrd and vilified Strom Thurmond whom never donned a sheet in his life. I guess it’s ok to lynch black people as long as it’s far enough in your past and you’re really really sorry about it. Think I’m going to move on now…have a great evening.

          • mariodemocrat

            The difference between Byrd and Thurmond is Byrd admitted he was wrong. Thurmond insisted he was so right, he left the party over it. And he was welcomed into the party that is by all rights the scion of the Confederacy (Republicans have a habit of absorbing all the dregs of society for electoral purposes). You fail to address any of my larger points because you can’t. I can only assume you know how indefensible your larger point is. Al Gore’s dad, Byrd’s membership to the Klan when he was very young? Who cares? Those are anecdotal. Tell me about the Dixicrats and the modern political allegiances of South. Tell me about LBJ’s role in Civil Rights Act. I don’t know the real reason you’re so committed to the lie that modern Republicans are the party of civil rights, but if it’s because you sincerely believe it’s true, you’re seriously deluded. Byeeeeeeee, girl.

          • andrew

            Your post is partially correct. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was not “passed by the Republican Party”, it was passed by a bi-partisan vote of Democrats and Republicans. In the Senate, all the Southern Democrats voted against it, including Al Gore Sr. The vote in the Senate was 46 Dems and 27 Reps voting yes and 21 Dems and 6 Reps voting no. After Nixon’s Southern Strategy and the National Democratic Party’s strong stand on Civil Rights for Black Americans, White Southerners began to vote Republican and the Republican Party gradually began winning the the Southern Senate seats. Today almost all the Southern States Senate seats are held by Republicans. Just as the Southern Democrats were once a drag on the progressive National Democratic Party, today the Southern Republicans are a drag on any progressive instincts that still exist in the Republican Party.

          • sneeek

            Dude the 3/5ths stuff was in the Constitution before Democrats and Republicans even existed.

          • andrew

            Apparently you don’t know your U.S. History. The 3/5 compromise was NOT to help black people. It was a compromise arrived at during the Constitutional Convention of 1787. It is all about the number of Representatives each State would have in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Slave States wanted their slaves, who couldn’t vote, counted as full persons in order to increase the power of the Slave States in the House. The Free States said, since slaves couldn’t vote in Slave State elections, they shouldn’t count at all. To count the slaves as 3/5 person was an ugly compromise made in order to get the Slave States to join the Union. It had the effect of allowing the slave holders interest to have a strong influence over the government of the U.S. until 1865.

          • Mike Julius

            After that comment, I don’t think he read past the first paragraph of a legitimate history book. I doubt he took in your lesson.

          • andrew

            LOL!!!

          • Potus

            He sure was…and so was Bill and Hill and all the rest. Here’s what happened: They see the gay community as a cash cow. Sure they would always get the votes…but they’re interested in the $$ and it was drying up. Dems would much rather gays shut up…stay in the closet…write checks when needed and show up on election day. Otherwise, the gay community has been a huge headache to them.

          • andrew

            Republicans see LGBT people as a group they willingly sacrifice in order to get the support of the Fundamentalist Christians and other Right Wing haters. The DOMA and DADT were Republican initiatives that a weak and cowardly Bill Clinton caved in on. But don’t rewrite history, they were Republican Initiatives. Any LGBT person who doesn’t know that the Republican Party, as constituted today and for the last several decades, is there enemy, is a FOOL!

          • Mike Julius

            At first. Now though?

          • mariodemocrat

            And he was for marriage equality when he was running for the IL state senate. It was always political posturing, just waiting for the American population to catch up. I can’t exactly blame them, but I wouldn’t accuse them of being profiles in courage either.

          • WhimsyCotton

            An elected official’s job is to do the will of the people (unless it infringes on the rights of a group of people). That Bill/Hillary/Obama have “evolved” on their viewpoints simply shows that they are effective politicians that are actually doing their job by changing their views as the rest of America does.

          • Mike Julius

            Politicians have to be pragmatic, too. But putting aside imagined motives, can we give him credit for anything? Did DADT repeal just naturally fall into place?

          • mariodemocrat

            Oh, I know. Trust and believe I voted for him in 2008 without taking the marriage stance into much consideration. I think he’s become the champion of lgbt rights he probably wanted to be from the beginning.

        • andrew

          If you don’t know that MOST Republicans opposed every advance LGBT people have made in the last several decades and that MOST Democrats have supported LGBT people on the road to equality, you don’t know shit!!!

        • Mike Julius

          And the President who did away with both of those is the Democrat currently in the White House. And scummy Republicans fought him on that all the way. Finish the story and your spin disappears. Like the fact the Clinton has gone on the record saying he regrets being part of that. Or the fact that if a Republican was in the White House today both those things would still be the law of the land.

        • FooFight

          Well…

    • Zachary Sire

      Because, at this point, I know how much it pisses people like you off.

  • FooFight

    Did Don Burns pay for some cosmetic surgery for Justin? ‘Cause he sure looks purrtier now than he did at Sean Cody.

    • kevin

      It’s the ‘Geffen Teeth’ 😉

  • Myko

    Lets drag some famous people into an otherwise boring story about two mediocre twink porn performers. Well it worked, 62+ comments in what otherwise would have got about 10.

  • Mike Julius

    Justin Matthews is really fucking hot now.

    I therefore ask you, Zach, to please stop posting pics of Geffen near him so my mind can have the time and space necessary to do its dissociative best.

  • robirob

    It looks like a fantastic scene.

  • kevin

    I’m actually hoping there’s a part 2 (at least) where Liam bangs Justin. I’d love to see some footage of them lying on the roof, looking at the stars, declaring everything to be a miracle! They are a cute couple! The romantic in me likes the idea that they had a gaycation in the Pines, though I assume ‘Uncle Dave’ has a place there, as well as in the Hamptons