Brent Everett Reveals Struggle With Drug Abuse: “I’m An Addict”

Posted July 31, 2016 by with 218 comments

beLast March, Brent Everett’s ex(?)-boyfriend Jayson Smith announced that he had left his contentious “throuple” relationship with Everett and Steve Peña because they had “lost their souls to drugs.” Now, Brent Everett is publicly confirming Smith’s accusations by admitting that he is in fact a drug addict, and he’s been hiding his addiction for years.

Everett shared the news early this morning on social media:

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Admitting an addiction takes courage, and it hopefully means that Brent Everett—arguably the most well-known gay porn star in the world—is on his way to a healthier, happier life.

  • R.A.M.J

    I hate the fact that Smith was right about this, BUT im glad Brent got his shit together. He looks so much happier with his new boyfriend (Im assuming). Brent is still one of my favorites.

  • R.A.M.J

    zach, did you see this on Smiths twitter. https://twitter.com/DashThree/status/759611405754564608

  • john

    Brent Everett is the most well-known gay porn star in the world???? Am i missing something?

    • Greg

      “Arguably”

    • R.A.M.J

      Yeah, its pretty hard to find someone who has not seen something of his. they may not know his name, but they know the face and dick.

      • kevin

        He’s managed to stay in the sorta spotlight for well over a decade now. I’d say he’s doing a better job of it than the auteur of Triple Cross

  • kkdd1

    I wish him all the best but I must admit NO surprise about the drugs !

    • R.A.M.J

      I will admit, Im kinda surprised. Steve I could see as being the drug user, but Brent I didn’t expect.

      • kkdd1

        RAM there’s that old saying u can never judge a book by it cover and I agree Brent was not doing these drugs alone after they where a couple or should I say a thouple LOL !

  • John

    There was no doubt that Smith was right about this last yr, especially the way Brent and Steve reacted to his twitter fit, but its good he fighting the addiction good sign is he is able to talk about, no mention of Steve in Smith’s tweet or Brent’s statement, I wonder were that situation stands? Brent also tweeted he feels good about getting the ok to enter the US again….my guess is Brent E and Brent C are the two most recognized porn stars in the world….

    • R.A.M.J

      Pisses me off that Smith tries to be the victim here.
      Bitch shut up. lets not pretend you did that for Brent, you did that for you to keep steve.
      and like someone who commented on that tweet said, when brent got deported, steve moved to D.C and they started a relationship only to bring brent in a year later. I call it Karma also.

      • Greg

        I agree, I’m guaranteed Jayson Smith is far from innocent himself.

        • Mike Julius

          Ha ha! Excellent. (Can’t wait for this show to return, btw.)

  • Rob36

    It was all going so ”well” until he mentioned the G word…

    • nick

      Depending on the religion I give it 3 to 12 months before being gay is his problem.

      • R.A.M.J

        He was born and raised catholic and currently practices it.

        • Rob36

          soooo conducive to a career in gay porn.

          • R.A.M.J

            Apparently!

    • Mike Julius

      The higher power concept is central to fighting addiction. Some people go the traditional route (G) and make it work. I hope it works for him.

      • Johnny

        From one G to another.

  • WhimsyCotton

    I’m going to come off as a shallow asshole, but the only thing I want to read concerning Jayson Smith is “Here’s Steve Pena fucking Jayson Smith in case you missed it when Zach posted it the first time – Enjoy!”

    On-topic, good for Brent for admitting his problem. He always came off as grounded (for a porn star), so this is actually a surprise. If religion helps him stay sober, more power to him. Whatever helps.

    • Hereweare

      On-topic – I agree with you. Good for Brent & I wish him well.
      Off-topic – There’s a tape of Pena fucking Jayson?

      • WhimsyCotton

        It was a Twatter video. Unfortunately, it was on Steve’s banned account.

  • Maximus

    “I’m an addict.”

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    “The person you become when you’re on drugs is not human. It’s someone else.”

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    “After years of drug use I have finally been sober for the longest time ever.”

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    “If you’ve noticed I’ve been more Religious lately.”

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    “[I’m] thankful God has allowed me to walk this earth today. I’m here for a reason.”

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    • Greg

      LOL you’re terrible

      • Stephen

        Seriously. I don’t know if I believe anymore, but his connection to a higher power is helping him through his addiction. As long as he doesn’t become an ex-gay Republican we’re good.

        • Sean

          No, it is a replacement for the drugs. It allows the addict to BLAME something else. How about you own up to the fact you over used drugs and could not control it. God has NOTHING to do with it.

          • gaysiantwink

            God is always an excuse for these types of people. It’s why reformed Christians are the absolutely worst people. They go from wallowing in their own despair to judgmental hypocrites deflecting their own issues onto others.

      • Xzamilloh

        Now, see how you can take offense and move on with your life? I wish there was a “certain group” that did that as well. Not all, though. NOT ALL!!!

    • Jordy

      People are allowed to have a faith and a religion. Take your side eye somewhere else queen.

      • Maximus

        And I am allowed to criticize them for subscribing to an ideology that discourages empiricism and critical thinking, hinders societal progress, and is irreparably tainted by the blood and tears of hundreds of millions of people.

        • Jason

          Apparently you’re not allowed to have opinions. I say if superstitions and magic spells help him stay clean, go with what works for him.

        • R.A.M.J

          as a faithful catholic and member of the LGBT community, I, like many others choose to follow whats good about my faith, not radicalized version of it.

          • Maximus

            Catholicism was institutionalized as a form of social control in Europe during the Dark Ages. Its purpose was to justify the existing monarchal power structure and class inequality, thus ensuring that the lower classes would not revolt. The church was also used to enforce the moral sensibilities of the elite upon those over whom they ruled. It was then, and is still now, a tool of subjugation. Catholicism was also vital to European foreign policy, as it provided the philosophical rationale and validation for both the crusades and colonialism. Christianity is also the main opposition force against LGBTQ rights in Western societies.

            You sure picked a great religion! It’s a little heavy on the tradition of genocide and social oppression, but I’m sure that you could make up for that by volunteering at a soup kitchen.

          • R.A.M.J

            I am well vers in the catholic faith as well as others. I know the not so pleasant history of the catholic church and other religion, but again, I choose to follow whats best about the church. My priest is actually quite welcoming of me and my husband. No the church does not recognize our marriage, but he does not have an issue with calling him my husband. Many other faiths are like that.
            If you want to demonize people or a group of people on their past, does that mean I can demonize whites for slavery. Or all muslims for Isis? Stop looking at whats bad about it and learn that change it has gone thru. yes some still use religion to demonize homosexuality but many faith don’t or no longer do. Never forget the past, but don’t dwell on it either.

          • moondoggy

            I was fascinated by the Wikipedia entry on Mother Teresa. I googled her once because I’m always curious about people whose lives take such extreme courses (from world leaders to serial killers) that you can find something in their childhood that determines the rest of their lives and separates them from the other 99.9 percent of us. One of the many interesting details of her life is that she created a number of hospices for AIDS patients, which you would think would be a good thing. But her belief in suffering as a divine blessing caused her to disregard basic opportunities for pain relief. When does a hospice become a torture chamber?

            But I’m not saying that to deprecate any Catholics here. Religion has given people the courage to do heroic things, and to the degree that they use religion for that purpose, I’m all for it. But can I just say that i am absolutely, deeply, thoroughly unable to understand how any religious fundamentalists favor Trump over Clinton? No need to respond to that — this thread is already too far afield from the original point. lol!

          • Maximus

            Religious fundamentalists favor Trump over Clinton because religion is antithetical to empiricism and critical thinking.

          • Mike Julius

            Yet somehow many an important scientist managed to have both faith and critical thinking skills.

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          • Maximus

            Are you familiar with the statistical concept of an outlier?

          • Mike Julius

            How many outliers before the graph curves to fit?

            The men on that list have shaped scientific theory itself. Pack it in.

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          • Xzamilloh

            Well, then you’re just admitting you believe in a god you’ve made up to your liking… that suits your own moral code. I applaud you for that, but for me it just demonstrates how religious people have to wrap their own personal morality around their religion, picking what they like and chucking what they don’t.

          • R.A.M.J

            I disagree and Im not going to argue religion with someone or people who no matter what you say, just won’t get it.
            Let Brent Everett find peace in what ever he needs to to keep himself happy and clean. Gay, 14 years in porn, and born and raised catholic, Im sure he’ll be okay.

          • Xzamilloh

            No, I get it. It’s fine you don’t want to argue religion… most people don’t want their faith challenged. I’m just glad I challenged mine.

          • R.A.M.J

            You challenged yours because you only looked at the bad about religion in history. I choose to focus on the positive and good of religion, faith and God.

          • Xzamilloh

            No… I looked at all of it. But I can’t look at faith positively, as faith is nothing more than belief without evidence. You can believe ANYTHING on faith… it’s a poor means of discerning fact from fiction. Religion has brought us some of the greatest wonders of the earth and created some of be literature this world has ever seen. But, that doesn’t change it lack of foundation, and its abundance of violence. You can focus on the good, but that doesn’t remove the bad, no matter how hard you try to ignore it. You can have the last word, as I’m done with this.

          • R.A.M.J

            Never forget the past, but also never dwell on it either.

          • Mike Julius

            All people do that with any concept they get a hold of, if they don’t discard it entirely. What I find disturbing is the fervor and violence ideologies can whip up. But that’s not just a religious thing.

        • Mike Julius

          To those who have been scarred because of one interpretation of religion or another, I am truly sorry you went through that.

          Does that really give you the right, however, to judge someone who uses it to cope with life’s challenges or as a basis to center themselves while they help other people with theirs?

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          • R.A.M.J

            PREACH!!!!

          • Maximus

            Those supposed benefits do not outweigh the collateral damage. There are plenty of empirically validated cognitive behavior skills designed specifically for emotion regulation and distress tolerance. As far as I know, those skills have never been used as justification for genocide, war crimes, or crimes against humanity. Want me to do a quick search of the PsychINFO to double check on that?

          • Mike Julius

            America, as a nation is guilty of all those things. They used the power of congress to go to (most) of those wars, and the concept of Manifest Destiny, not Allah or Jesus, to take more territory and lives. Should America be utterly destroyed now because of the sins of its past, Maximus? Or are the people who call it home allowed to love their country? You see where I’m going with this?

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          • Maximus

            A state and a religion are not comparable institutions. An appropriate secular analogy would be either a nonprofit NGO or a corporation. After all, the U.S. Constitution can be amended; the Bible cannot. Furthermore, one cannot choose to be without a state, whereas one can choose to be without a religion.

            I have every right to tell people how to live their lives. I do NOT have any right to force people to follow those recommendations. Here’s an example:

            Attempting to rebrand Christianity is a bad marketing strategy. Those Christians who aren’t conservative psychos should start their own new religion. No messy past, no internal struggle against stubborn traditionalists, no guilt by association, no preconceived notions within society regarding the ideology and purpose—brand independence is definitely the way to go. They just need to be sure to tone down the mythology because, gurl, it’s the 21st century.

            I have just told progressive/liberal Christians how to live their lives. I do not—and should not—have any further power over them.

          • Mike Julius

            I stand by my analogy, but even if you think corporations are more apt, you don’t think corporations have been responsible for wars?

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          • Maximus

            I’m not entirely sure what you’re arguing at this point. You seem to be expecting me to take a social media post by a (retired?) gay porn star with a long history of publicly broadcasted drama at face value.

            I ridiculed him for his purported beliefs because they’re irrational, intellectually lazy, often used to condone the killing and oppression of sexual minorities, and thus, deserving of ridicule.

            Tell me, if instead of “God, ” Brent had thanked “Snufflepuss the Magic Wharmpfulnuffle,” would you have been as quick to defend him? The existence of the Abrahamic God and the existence of Snufflepuss the Magic Wharmpfulnuffle are supported by equal amounts of objective evidence, after all.

          • Mike Julius

            I’m arguing that he’s using it here to become a more healthy human being and you putting all that baggage on it is scummy. Simple, lazy, argument though it may be, it’s also accurate as fuck. He’s posts that he’s using god to get clean and sober and for that, you ridicule him.

            I’d rather be ridiculous than callous, sir.

          • Maximus

            Yeah but gurl, are you actually taking him seriously? Posting details about one’s “personal” problems on social media is basic-ass Kardashian type shit. Brent is most likely either making excuses, looking for sympathy, trying to keep himself relevant, or some combination of those things.

          • Mike Julius

            He’s lived his adult life in the “adult life” and the public eye and on social media. I would argue that this is the world he is used to so this is how he deals with it. I’m not sure how high a profile he’s maintained on social media and if he’s doing to book his next scene, sure, you have a point. But fuck, man. Is it so awful that I’m not completely cynical about his intentions?

          • Maximus

            How can you frequent this blog as often as you do and NOT be completely cynical about the intentions of people within the gay porn industry? It can’t just be me…

          • Mike Julius

            I draw strength from Snufflepuss the Magic Wharmpfulnuffle

          • Maximus

            I draw strength from Matt Bomer’s beautiful eyes. It’s like staring into the translucent blue waters of a tropical paradise.

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          • Sean

            Ah, but there is the rub. MORE religion does NOT make him ” a more healthy human being” It makes him WEAKER. He replaced drugs with god. It happens quite frequently. Addicts need to be addicted to something. AA, God, coffee, cigarettes. If becoming healthieer requires you to lose intellectual capabilties it is not worth it..

          • Mike Julius

            You can call it what you want and have anything be an addiction. Kick that oxygen one.

          • Xzamilloh

            THANK YOU!! It’s the same shit with the ex-gay movement… just using religion as a crutch and it seldom ends well. Although, I’m gonna have to disagree with you on that last front. If religion keeps you sane and sober, then by all means, stay religious. It’s just like those people that say religion keeps them from harming other people. Then by all means, praise sky daddy til the cows come how.

          • Xzamilloh

            If this is how other cope with their personal struggles, then they are personally justified in their beliefs. But, when you make those beliefs public, you forfeit the right to not have your beliefs scrutinized. As someone who has read the bible, I’m wondering what god he worships, because the one in the bible is a bipolar, sadistic dictator who demands unwavering worship or eternity in Hell. A god that supposedly knows everything there is to know and will ever know, so by extension knew he was creating a system that would fail, but did so anyway, and the only way to atone is the torture and murder of himself human form as a blood sacrifice… to himself.

            Yeah, it’s easy when you don’t have to think too much about what it is you’re following.

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          • Dale Bergman

            https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-R21272HOMn4/Th8cS1_dt_I/AAAAAAAABKc/_eHBtX8h2kA/dragu-ru-clapping2.gif

            Christians will just state that it takes years of study to fully “understand” the Bible…

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            I always like to give this link when I debate them:

            http://www.kyroot.com

          • Xzamilloh

            It took me 20 minutes, and by the time I was halfway through Genesis, I was like

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            But I stuck it out until the end. The bible is a fascinating read, but it is a TERRIBLE moral guide.

          • Mike Julius

            On that we can agree. There are like 5 different creation stories in that thing. I’m not an Old Testament person.

            Jesus and I, however, are cool. If you have a problem with that,
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          • Xzamilloh

            I’m not a New Testament person either. And I’m sure you’re not interested in knowing about Jesus… and the dozens of other gods that existed before him that his story closely resembles. But that’s none of my business…

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          • Mike Julius

            You don’t know the intricacies of my belief system about gods or the fact that maybe I think you’re technically one too.

            More tea?

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          • Xzamilloh

            Don’t need to know… you say “Jesus”, I say “prove it”

          • Mike Julius

            A god

          • Xzamilloh

            Hooookay. I’m gonna go now. Nice talk.

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          • Mike Julius

            Okay, see, you say no public displays of faith because that invites scrutiny. The reason I don’t detail mine like this is that gif.
            (lol btw, nice work)
            So which is it? I say Brent and others have a right to believe as best they can cope with the world around them, I come to his defense because I am of a similar belief, which inevitably brings it back to shut up about your “sky daddy” issues.

            That’s zero sum. You like those kinds of games?

          • Xzamilloh

            Game over. I’m done.

          • Mike Julius

            Actually

          • Mike Julius

            Yes, you’re right about that. I’m conflating your posts with posts responding to Brent leaning on god for strength to keep him sober. You’re responding to those too, I guess. Technically, you have not said don’t publicly state a belief in god.

            But I think it’s incredibly fucked up that when someone says they lean on god for strength, the response to that is ridicule. So it matters more that you find the concept of gods ridiculous than the fact that there’s a human being coping with addiction or grief?

            Yes, there’s psychiatrists, psychologists, pharmaceuticals. But why can’t a person use all the resources available (including his faith), to get him through coping with a dead loved one or an addiction or both without being mocked for it? Even if that’s what you’re doing (not technically telling people not to talk about god), mocking that belief amounts to the same thing.

          • paultacoma51

            Gotta say that I appreciate your stating your belief in such eloquent terms. Spirituality is such a personal thing. I don’t even consider myself to be “religious” since I don’t belong to the church per se. I used to, but I feel I’ve outgrown all the drama and trauma I experienced there. And yet, I still have faith and try to practice it. I think it’s nobody’s business how it helps me. The only ones who get up in arms about it are born-again atheists who I suspect have their own issues about religion. I just wish they weren’t so angry about it. Still I have a lot of respect for atheists, because they do question everything as I’ve learned to do over the years, which is why I’m not in the church today. It’s liberating to believe in the unknown and that I don’t know what I don’t know.

          • R.A.M.J

            I’ll have a cup, it looks delicious

          • moondoggy

            lol @ Snow White

          • R.A.M.J

            Im a christian and I don’t believe it takes years at all. It takes common fucking sense. Radicals will take it word for word because they have been brain washed. Luckily I had parents who taught me to question things that didn’t make any sense.

          • Dale Bergman

            “Luckily I had parents who taught me to question things that didn’t make any sense.”

            Yes, people can interpret the Bible however they please…

          • Mike Julius

            Great. Believe what you want. I just think giving other people that same courtesy without taking every opportunity to attack what helps them find solace really isn’t too much to fucking ask.

          • Xzamilloh

            It’s not… but I’m not obligated to and if you don’t want your beliefs scrutinized, don’t put them out there for the public to scrutinize.

          • Mike Julius

            And I’m not obligated to put up with my belief system being attacked. And that’s the same thing they say about two men holding hands in public, btw.

            Hypocrites to the left.

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          • Xzamilloh

            Except two men holding hands in public isn’t professing a belief. Your belief system isn’t being attacked, so tone down the persecution crap. But nice try.

          • Mike Julius

            EDIT: Yes, it is. Every time someone professes a belief in god, God, or gods, here come people talking about flying spaghetti monsters and the bs all over this post about Brent leaning on god to try to stay sober.
            So save it.

            It’s professing the belief that you have the right to love and show affection to who you want.

            I love Jesus.

          • Xzamilloh

            No, it isn’t. Two men holding hands could just be two men holding hands. It doesn’t intrinsically mean anything. You love Jesus? Cool…I love playing Cooking Dash on my tablet. We all love stuff, apparently.

          • Mike Julius

            That’s fantastic. If you care as deeply about cookie dash as much as those two men and me and mine, then congrats and I’m thrilled for you.

          • Mike Julius

            Tell atheists the group is their higher power and to keep coming back cause it works if you work it tbh. What kind of AA EA or NA group wouldn’t get that important point across at some point? ugh

          • Sean

            Oh please AA, NA and all the rest of the twelve step programs are UTTER AND TOTAL FAILURES that take money from the court system to keep themselves in business.
            http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/03/the-surprising-failures-of-12-steps/284616/

          • Mike Julius

            Oh, fuck off.

          • Sean

            You love Jesus? Is that because Jesus was a power bottom? He had not other special skills, but that is a good one to have

          • Sean

            Quite frankly, drugs are often times better than religion to find solace. Terrorists believe they are finding solace in an “unjust” world by killing those who ddo nto believe what they believe. I’d rather have the guy high on heroin over the guy being a closeted self loather who shoots up a night club because he was rejected by a Grindr date.

          • Sean

            Yes, yes it does. If a person uses religion to “cope “with life’s challenges” they are the EXACT same as a drug addict who uses drugs to “cope with life’s challenges”
            To paraphrase Religion is the opiate of the masses

          • DAK23

            As long as they don’t push it on others or claim it as fact… Which many do

        • moondoggy

          Check out Sam Harris if you haven’t already. He’s an AILF.

          But I actually side more with Mike Julius below for no more reason than that the quest for a world not dominated by religion is, ironically, its own form of magical thinking. Encouraging the world toward a more moral practice of religion seems to me a more realistic compromise.

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          • Maximus

            I agree with Harris’ ideology up to a certain point, but his thinking ultimately careens off into a ditch of hypocritical extremism.

            A person’s religion does not make them fundamentally any more or less human in my eyes, and I will always support the right to believe or (not believe) whatever one wants. That said, don’t expect me not to read somebody for filth over the substantive ethical implications or the sociological and historical facts of their chosen religion.

          • moondoggy

            I haven’t heard him say anything particularly extremist, but it’s possible that i’m, um, distracted when he’s speaking. God, I think he’s gorgeous. Oops!! — guess i lost my credibility with him by calling on the Lord.

          • Mike Julius

            The way American society is right now, Christianity or whatever weird evangelical as a fact/basis everyone should live their lives. I think that’s fucked up and needs to end. Religion needs to get out of schools and the government and allowed to be unmolested on churches.

            I still feel like mocking people’s faith blows, but it is the dominant power structure, so in the abstract and when it’s in government/school, I actually say attack away. I’ll attack with and have. I just don’t think when a citizen says it, they should get reamed for it. But like I said, it’s the status quo, and necessarily must be challenged for that reason, especially and particularly if it’s hurting people.

        • joeguy45

          If your talking about Religion then yes but if your Talkin about Jesus then he has something different to say… go check him out and realise He loves you more than you ever know

        • Xzamilloh

          I upvoted you because I agree with you… but I didn’t forget out exchange about the Orlando attacks and how you came at me for my posts about Islam. This is why I used the term “regressive”… because you have no problem talking in generalities about Christianity, but for some reason, you ring the “not all” bell when talking about Islam, even though it is currently the most oppressive religion to women and LGBT individuals.

          Just saying..Islam is responsible for the same societal ills, but I don’t hear anything about that…

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          • Maximus

            Oh, I very much take issue with Islam as well. My point at that time was that not all Muslims are violent threats.

          • Xzamilloh

            And that’s what I take issue with… the “not all” as though that has legitimacy in a conversation with anyone talking about Islam, as if most critics aren’t already aware of this. I mean, you haven’t once said “Not all Christians are violent threats.” And that’s because you don’t need to qualify comments about Christians or Christianity because you’re not worried about offending Christians. I personally don’t give a shit about offending any of them.

          • Maximus

            I hear what you’re saying. I suppose I’m just more cautious with my public criticisms of Islam because I don’t want anything I write to be taken as justification for the persecution/oppression of Muslims by some random fag of the Miss Yiannopoulos variety.

          • Xzamilloh

            Coo. Luvs ya!!

          • Maximus
          • Two Cents

            Thats exactly what I remember and I agree with the second part.

        • Jordy

          Having a faith does not automatically ensue you follow a strict code of religion.

          There are many variations out there, use your common sense instead of your Tumblr warrior agenda. Besos xo

          • Maximus

            You don’t actually believe that you just made some kind of valid, convincing argument, do you? Have you not read any of the comments on this thread? This philosophical debate extends beyond the realm of organized religion.

            Common sense? What exactly qualifies as “common” sense? And what on earth is a “Tumblr warrior agenda”?

            Furthermore, you misused the word “ensue.” If you had meant to type “ensure,” well, that wouldn’t have been correct either.

            Please don’t butt-in when you have nothing of substance to contribute to the discourse.

  • ShadowC0N

    Kudos to Brent for admitting there was a problem. He was one of the first gay porn actors I watched when I was younger. He still is one of my favorites.

    • R.A.M.J

      Same here. His scene with Brent Corrigan has always been my favorite. it was the first one I saw online.

      • ShadowC0N

        I think my first scene was with him and Patrick Downs(?) I was crushing on him so bad lol

        • R.A.M.J

          then there was another one with his boyfriend at the time. they DP Corrigan, and I loved his scenes with Pierre fitch

          • ShadowC0N

            I think I’ve seen the one with the DP. I also like his scenes with Pierre. They seem to have good chemistry on camera.

          • R.A.M.J

            even some of the guys he cammed with like Urijah. That man had the best looking legs I’ve ever seen.

          • ShadowC0N

            Looks like tonight might be a Brent Everett night haha

  • #FearlessFanatic ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜ

    It’s always the hot ones. Such a shame.

  • joeguy45

    Well done for bringing it out in the light which is always difficult. Praying for your journey & restoration.

  • Zealot

    The realist in me comes from working in the drug and alcohol addiction counseling field, and realizing what a struggle Brent now faces. Sounds like he’s doing some form of 12-step program (higher power) which can be most effective for many, but when it comes to issues of conflict between religion and sexual orientation, it can sometimes leave the person seeking help feeling like an outsider. There are other forms of addiction treatment which I hope Brent will consider if the one he’s using isn’t a good fit. As I like to say to clients, “treatment isn’t like a one size fits all proposition”. What works for some may not for you. It’s important that if you feel something I’m doing isn’t helpful, or if the connection for you isn’t there, let me know and I’ll get you to a person who may offer you help in a different way which may. The realist in me also knows that he’s going to have some success, followed by some form of falling off the wagon, or relapse. He’s going to have to know that and forgive himself and get back up and start again if he wants this process to work. Relapse is an important part of recovery. If he makes this an all-or-nothing attempt, then when he hits that first relapse, he may well give up all together on ever quitting use of illicit substances.

    The hopeful optimist in me comes from following Brent’s work for many years and appreciating him as a performer. It’s tough to see someone you enjoy in that milieu face hardship and struggle with drug abuse. He’s conquered that important first step of admitting he has a problem. I’m hoping he understands all that goes along with that admission and what a tough road he has ahead. This isn’t going to be easy, but I wish him the best and I hope he’s found a great counselor to help him through what is going to be a life-long process to remain clean and sober.

  • R.A.M.J

    can someone help shine some light on one thing for me. Pena and Brent are married and Smith is basically a glorified side hoe, Why does Pena continue to allow his hoe to talk shit about his husband? I don’t care how you define your relationship or marriage, the person you took vows with trumps any cheap piece of ass you are ok’d to fuck. Im personally hoping Brents not enlightenment has him dropping both of their asses, because the bullshit that Smith has pulled regarding this and other matters is toxic to Brent and will not help his recovery AT ALL!!!

    • Hereweare

      Apparently it seems Pena has fallen for the side ho.

      • R.A.M.J

        I figured that but still, shouldn’t a person defend his husband when accusations of knife attacks are being made? and Why is Jayson only going after Brent. at first he said they BOTH were on drugs. He said that about steve twice. once after the fight, and when he announced their split.

  • ToxicBrew

    I always knew he suffered from a drugs and alcohol addiction every cam show he did he had glazed eyes and the sunglasses even on cloudy days was a dead giveaway. Good luck Brent but with Steve always tweeting about drinking and working at bars your sobriety won’t last long.

    • R.A.M.J

      Thats why he needs to drop him too and focus on the new boyfriend who Im sure has been a bigger aid in his recovery than Princess smith or even his husband has been. Both of those bitches are toxic.

  • jimboivyo

    The cynical side of me is asking why even announce this? and why now? Could it be a PR move which coincides with Brent’s return to the US which puts his name back on the blogs to generate more revenue for his site and personal appearances in the US?

    While Steve Pena continues his partying and silence over Jayson’s personal attacks on twitter toward Brent’s recovery I can’t think of a worse environment to enter into to rehab your life from your addictions.

    • ToxicBrew

      What choice did Brent have? Brent knows this whole equal love garbage Steve has been selling to his social media on how wonderful this whole throuple has been is now crumbled and Jayson would become more and more vindictive and release all the dirty laundry, So he figures he has no choice but to admit it.

    • R.A.M.J

      EXACTLY!!!!

    • NickDC

      I hope that he had the courage to share his struggle publicly as part of the process of recovery/managing his issues.

      There is one line in his statement that I find… well… curious: “I have finally been sober for the longest time ever.”

      I know that certain programs are big on acknowledging milestones and others are not; regardless, the intentionally vague timeline/time-frame is curious…

  • sxg

    Well at least that partly explains what the fuck’s been going on with his face the older he gets, especially his cheeks.

    I actually found out about this early this morning when I saw these two posts on Jayson Smith’s FB page. It’s been up and running again since it took it down the last time these 3 had a tiff.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a679553b445332c96f9f56fc6996fc86ffe209ba1611e0dd7bdad5709f4f16fc.jpg
    This one’s a bit odd and it’s more fitting coming from Brent Everett considering that Steve Pena is the one who ran off to find another boyfriend, which happened to be Jayson. lol does this third wheel not realize how useless he fucking is in the “relationship”?

    But this one is far more telling.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ae95a03127d03912d3b2d84961ae1ca57d27b899dbc9cb5eb50b9082cf6214ec.jpg
    Not exactly sure when Brent made his post about his addiction, before either of those posts or after but he certainly wanted to get ahead of whatever this bitter bitch was looking to start.

    • ToxicBrew

      Wow! Shooting up meth…Yikes.

    • jimboivyo

      That’s hilariously unbelievable that someone who practically lives in gay clubs doesn’t know the “street lingo” for meth. Smith is one vindictive bitch.

      • sxg

        I have a feeling he’s extremely comfortable in dishing all this dirt on Steve and Brent because it looks as though like they’re not willing to do the same to him as well. Shame. I would have dragged a cunt like Jayson a long time ago.

        http://medianoretornable.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/drag3.gif

        • Mike Julius

          The “Drag Me to Hell” gif is surprisingly underused on this blog.

          • McM.

            I know! Thought that would have been all over the Nica Noelle posts.

        • Ninja0980

          Indeed, he truly is a POS.

    • R.A.M.J

      I don’t believe that at all. That happens and you continue to spend money going to canada to see him. the more he tries to play the victim the more I despise his ass.

    • R.A.M.J

      Someone sounds Jealous as hell that he was kicked to the curb. Now Im waiting to see if Pena will come to defend his HUSBAND or continue to allow his side hoe to trash him. If he doesn’t come to brents defense or put smith in his place and tell him to keep shit personal, then it confirms my thoughts that Steve is a low-life only with Brent for the money and not the love.
      Funny how Smith is only attacking Brent since he got a new boyfriend, but he mentioned both steve and brent in his first drug use “accusation”

      • NickDC

        You mentioned Jealous which begs the question: In what way are you suggesting that former chairman of the NAACP Ben Jealous is involved in this situation?
        😉

        • R.A.M.J

          LOL

    • jimboivyo

      loathing in Miami! lol

  • ToxicBrew

    I can’t believe Brent and Steve being hardcore drug addicts would have the balls to post news and make fun of other porn stars throughout the years on Facebook when they were both the same. I remember when Chi Chi was asking for money through GoFundMe Steve put up a post that wasn’t so favorable to her while at the same time knowing he and Brent were druggies themselves. Wow!

    • R.A.M.J

      In Brents defense, that was mostly Steve. Even when did brent post stuff like that, Im sure steve was using his account as he often does.

  • ToxicBrew

    Someone should really call 911 and do a wellness check on the fag hags that constantly rimmed all 3 on social media. I fear for their safety. Now that Brent is spiritual he should pray for them LOL

    • R.A.M.J

      you know those bitches are in the corner of a showere grasping their knees rocking back and forth at the collapse of their beloved throuple. I guess their “love” isn’t as beautiful of a thing as they thought. “All that glitters aint gold” as my buddy says.

      • ToxicBrew

        Maybe they can make a collage in the psych ward of all the vindictive things Jayson has and will continue to say and decorate the plain white walls with it. Hahaha

    • Mike Julius
  • R.A.M.J

    me waiting for Pena to publicly blast this bitch for talking shit about his husband. He has a choice to make. Brent or Jayson. No way in hell he can remain impartial in this.

    • ToxicBrew

      Good luck with that! Steve is clearly in LOVE with Jayson and involved with Brent due to the website and him living off of that.

      • R.A.M.J

        Yep, oh I know but his defending brent or not will be a huge point in supporting our belief.

        • ToxicBrew

          Are you still waiting? hahaha

          • R.A.M.J

            Yep, but since Brent hasnt publicly said anything im hoping it was done in private where ALL of this should have been done in the first place. When jayson gets back from miami, we’ll see if they are still together. I they are (Steve and Jayson) still together, then we’ll see if he holds the “honor” part of his vows. We know he didn’t honor the “forsaken all others” part.

  • moondoggy

    Wait … Brent Everett is the world’s best known porn star? I’m not being a bitch, but what do you base that on? That can’t just be a random observation.

    http://p.fod4.com/p/media/5c597eb60b/qLWyZcvfSiaXUjDHMzih_Confused%20John%20Cena.gif

    • R.A.M.J

      Maybe not by name but by face definitely.

      • moondoggy

        If this is true, there must be some data to support it. He’s not currently on this blog’s list of the ten most searched stars, for example.

        • R.A.M.J

          He really hasnt done much recently. But you show older gays/bi’s 25+ his photo, they will recognize him.

          • nick

            I’m in my 40s and I recognized his name but I wouldn’t have been able to point him out in a line-up, I guess I never watched any films with him in.

        • ToxicBrew

          Step off the gas lol Brent is known worldwide and is extremely recognizable.

        • R.A.M.J

          also, 155K twitter followers gotta mean something. what other start has that kinda following. Not many.

          • moondoggy

            I have no quarrel with the claim that he is *among* the best known. That was not the wording of this post: It says that he is “arguably THE most well-known gay porn star in the world.” That’s too lofty a claim to make with only anecdotal evidence. But the Twitter statistic is indeed the kind of supporting evidence that I would want to see before I buy this.

            Google hits are another form of evidence. I did a search for his name in quotation marks in front of the word “gay” (to try to remove irrelevant hits), and then I did the same with Brent Corrigan. It’s a very imperfect experiment, but Corrigan came out way ahead (1.2 million hits vs 863,000). Replace the word “gay” with “porn” and Corrigan still leads by some 25 percent. Last but not least, Corrigan has 180,000 Twitter followers. The evidence for me is mounting that Everett is the *second* best known gay porn star.

  • ToxicBrew

    Poor Jayson while Brent and Steve were coming down from their Tina highs.

    • jimboivyo

      Don’t drag me into this mess gurl!

  • Travis

    Quit hanging out with Brandon Wild would help too!

    • R.A.M.J

      Brandon Wilde? Really? I know he chain smokes weed almost, but is he doing the hard shit too?

  • Xzamilloh

    You ever talked to a born again Christian? They are the most insufferable people to be around. 2 minutes into them talking, you’ll be looking for any excuse to leave.

    http://www.reactiongifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/step-back.gif

  • John

    I for one would like to make him cry out JESUS

  • Pertinax

    Unfortunaly nothing new : A porn whore that is addict to heavy drugs.

  • n24rc

    Same tired story, different queen.

    The gay scene really chews out the hottest ass, and spits it out…doesn’t it?

    Can’t say I feel sympathy, in some way it’s what they desired and wanted so badly.

    They are the source of their strife and misery.

    Like the rest of humanity. It’s hard to grow up and realize you’re not the center of the universe or exceptional.

    The wise ones realize this early.

    Wonder if the drug use and addiction caused his immediate deportation?

  • czer

    I’ve never understood his appeal. One moderately attractive gay porn star is pretty much the same as any other.

    • R.A.M.J

      for me, his scenes were hot, his dick, and i thought he was hot. plus he was really nice to his fans (and still is for the most part. I guess when he wasn’t, he was high)

  • LuvinthehugeD

    I have heard the rumors about the 3 day parties at his house. I didn’t really think too much of it until Cliff Jensen confirmed that he himself would stay at Brents house when he was visiting San Diego. He said that the place would be filled with guys and they would all be shooting up drugs and web camming for days without sleep. Cliff said Brent had a roomate that was a nurse and he would administer the syringes. Cliff also told me that he had an over dose at Brents house and that’s he when he (CJ) decided that he would never slam the drugs again, and would only smoke the crank from then on. Honestly I am surprised that we don’t hear about more drug over doses in this scene.

    • robirob

      Sounds sketchy as in sketchy sex dot com

  • Blacharrt

    My sister was a junkie, lied, cheated stole. Then she found “religion”. Honestly i don’t know which is worst. She traded one addiction for another thinking it would resolve her problem when what she really needed to do was simply confront those things that bothered her.

    You can give credit to whomever god you believe in, but the reality is that if you don’t confront the problems they don’t go away, they just take a different form and different addition.

    • robirob

      This. And usually when former drug addicts question their faith for a moment they are back on drugs.

      Replacing your addiction with faith in some higher deity might be a better temporary way, or a necessary crutch for some people, to get off drugs but at some point your faith in yourself and willingness to be the happy person you want to be should kick in and get you off drugs longterm.

    • Anthony Hyde

      Religion is something people aggravate to when they are down and out.

  • Goblin Shark

    Good for you. The hardest thing I’ve ever done was getting and staying clean and sober. I wish you luck. Ignore the message board comedians who want to tease you about this, I hope they never experience the struggle you are and will be going through.

  • ToxicBrew

    The irony is heavy on this one lol

  • Parker Lewis

    tell us something we didn’t know already.

  • Buzzaki

    Jayson tweeted this yesterday, along with “the life of being Brent Everett’s boyfriend”. Sounding like Brent indeed has ex-boyfriend status now. Jayson’s chance to live and learn before he gets caught up in something similar again.

    • R.A.M.J

      He should have known early on, Brent wasnt totally invested in him. Steve and jayson were together for a year, before It was a trio. Thats why he says “2 years” when steve and jayson have been together for 3.

  • DrunkEnough

    I love it. I love the wisdom and maturity. I love that for the first time in ages, a gay porn star didn’t post something on social media that was intended to blame or tear down or beg. I just love it.

  • Chi Chi LaRue

    Very Brave and Strong

  • Eric D

    Sadly, yet another of example of how EMPTY a porn star life really is.

    • rhinoHI

      The fact that someone struggles with addiction doesn’t mean his life is “empty.” Stupid comment.

      • ToxicBrew

        In the case of Brent it sounds like it is a very empty life. A feverish attempt by all 3 lovers to portray to their social media following that life as them was rainbows and unicorns and oh so fabulous. Lie after lie on how much they all loved each other…Tons of gym selfies so people could gawk and see how hot and healthy they are. The fact he only admitted his addiction because Jayson spilled the beans first and he had no choice sounds pretty empty to me.

        • R.A.M.J

          I agree with most of this. For the record, Steve and Jayson portrayed this “relationship” as rainbows and unicorns. Brent RARELY mention Jayson and if he did, im sure steve was the one tweeting or post from brents accounts. The gym selfies came from steve and Jayson, especially the over sexulaized ones.
          Yes, brents admission comes out AFTER jayson, in a low life ass move, posted it, but I dont think it should take away from the fact that brent did admit it. We have yet to see steve admit it and i highly doubt jayson is 100% clean. He’s been looking like shit for months now, as has steve who’s only mid 30’s but looks 40+. Brent still looks mid to late 20’s
          It still pisses me off that Jayson is trying to play victim. Bitch, you kept going back.

  • You’re very brave Brent. You can do it :) Congrats on your new life!

  • i wish him strong will to stay away from the drugs. I hope his friend and family will still help him.

  • NickDC

    How did we all miss this?
    Steve and Brent weren’t even trying to hide their addiction, they were VERY obvious about it:
    http://imgur.com/a/3Dp82

    [Photo from Hustlaball Berlin 2015]

  • NickDC

    How did we all miss this?
    Steve and Brent weren’t even trying to hide their addiction, they were VERY obvious about it at Hustlaball Berlin 2015:
    http://i.imgur.com/acPx9vV.jpg

    • R.A.M.J

      I don’t get it. what am I missing in this pic that proves drug use?

      • NickDC

        Clearly you haven’t seen the classic 1991 episode of Beverly Hills 90210 where the gang goes to an underground nightclub, while there the bad/wild girl Emily Valentine suggests she and Brandon get U4EA (ecstasy) and the dealer at the club was wearing a shirt with 4 on it to let the club kids know he had U4EA [See pic below].

        Steve’s hat says “Blow.” Blow is slang for cocaine and other drugs (like meth) that you can snort to get high.

        While the photo doesn’t prove anything, much like the 4 on the shirt of the drug guy in 90210 meant he had the goods, the Blow on Steve’s hat means he’s up for the party (since Steve is paranoid to ever show his cock, you know it’s not on his hat to get guys to blow him…).

        http://i.imgur.com/kdqwEe5.jpg

        • R.A.M.J

          he did say, he won’t show his dick because his very conservative mother is still alive. I take that with a grain of salt considering he’s gay, married a porn star, got a boyfriend while married, and post pic of him fucking said boyfriend on twitter and there is video of brent fucking him on this very blog, so I don’t buy that.

  • R.A.M.J

    So I guess the throuple is indeed over. He’s a bigger man than I, because I would have dragged his ass for doing what he did by going public with my husbands addiction, but hey. Now so many questions remain
    1) what happens to brent new boyfriend? Is that over?
    2) Will steve make an addiction announcement or is he going to let brent go at this alone.
    3) when Jayson gets back from Miami, will Steve still live there are is he moving out

  • AussieB

    Hope he stays sober & finds peace. Not exactly a shock that a porn Star is a drug addict

  • The Pink Unicorn

    He should really be thankful to himself that he finally gained enough strength and courage to be done with the drugs. Seems pretty ridiculous of him to subvert his abilities at overcoming hardships down to the actions of a bearded scandal wearing old fart hiding behind a cloud.
    Hopefully he won’t regress in his furthering religious beliefs, as we have seen in a number of cases this does happen with some homosexuals, returning to religion means returning to the closet.

  • Pertinax

    ..