[UPDATED] What “Very Important Medication” Did Michael Lucas Leave In The Refrigerator Of The Woman Who’s Suing Him?
Yesterday, Michael Lucas responded to the lawsuit he’s facing—in which he and his company are accused of shooting porn in an Airbnb rental without permission, and leaving the property covered in feces and urine—and he’s denying any wrongdoing. In duplicate “exclusive” statements to both The Sword and Queerty (who knew two websites could have the same exclusive?), Michael Lucas predictably, and quite poorly, attempted to refute the claims made in the lawsuit, which comes as no surprise. One thing, however, did stand out, and neither The Sword nor Queerty bothered to follow up.
Lucas sent Queerty and The Sword screenshots of an alleged text message exchange between himself and the property owner, plaintiff Kristina Knapic, to evidently show that they had a friendly rapport (all it shows to me is that Knapic had yet to return home to discover the feces, urine, and remnants of a gay porn shoot), and towards the end of the exchange, Lucas announced that he had left a “very important medication” in her refrigerator:
Knowing that this is Michael Lucas, the first medication that obviously comes to mind is Truvada. But, Truvada isn’t a medication that requires refrigeration. So, what kind of “very important medication” is Michael Lucas taking? Could it be the penile injection drug Trimix, which is sometimes frozen and/or refrigerated? And if so, was Michael Lucas using the Trimix himself, or was he illegally sharing it with other performers on set?
Another thing that strikes me as odd: Lucas’s message to Knapic upon departing the rental was sent August 16th. His next message inquiring about the medication wasn’t sent until August 27th. How important of a medication could it be to have not needed it for 11 days? (Also, how bad must things be at Lucas Entertainment that the CEO of the company is forced to do his crew’s dishes and take out their trash? Yikes…)
If you have any guesses as to what kind of “very important medication” Michael Lucas is on, feel free to speculate in the comments.
The Daily Mail has just published a bombshell report after interviewing the owner of the Airbnb, Kristina Knapic. In addition to new revelations about the condition of the Airbnb, Knapic also provided Daily Mail with exclusive photos of the trashed mansion—photos that appear to prove many of the details in her lawsuit against Michael Lucas and Lucas Entertainment.
One of the photos clearly shows a variety of sexual aids and paraphernalia commonly used on porn sets, as well as a pile of syringes:
Via Daily Mail:
Obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Online, the images – some taken with a black light – show the ‘filthy’ Ojai property with semen and urine stains on a variety of surfaces, as well as in the bed and hot tub, where fecal matter was also found, according to the owner.
Disposable enemas were left on a table and in the bathroom, along with hypodermic syringes, lubricant, alcohol wipes and other items believed to have been used in the making of the erotic movie.
Speaking with Daily Mail Online Wednesday, Knapic said the group did not attempt to cover up what had gone on or clean up their mess.
According to Knapic, the “very important medication” left behind was testosterone:
“They left a bunch of testotsterone and needles in the fridge – and then called me asking for them back and were upset when I told him they had been thrown out.”
Testerone, the male sex hormone, can be injected into the penis to improve and maintain erections.
Knapic said that while it was difficult to put a figure on it, she estimated the damage caused to be about $50,000.
“They broke one of the beds, the mattresses are toast and I’ve had to reject future reservations to clean it,” she said.
Whether Lucas was using all of the needles and testosterone for himself is unclear. Obviously, it’s illegal for anyone to share a prescription, and an employer sharing a prescription with his employees violates multiple state and federal laws. More disturbing details (which completely contradict Michael Lucas’s version of events) and photos of the Airbnb at Daily Mail.