FBI: Donald Burns Tried To Hire ELEVEN Gay Porn Stars Via Jarec Wentworth

Posted May 7, 2015 by with 98 comments

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Jarec Wentworth/Teofil Brank’s extortion trial is set to begin in less than one week (Update: The trial has been delayed, with a new start date TBA), and both the prosecution and defense are filing multiple motions in the run-up to what many people (OK, it’s just me) are predicting will be the Gay Porn Trial Of The Century. For starters, there was that last-minute superseding indictment filed over the weekend, in which the government charged Brank with six new counts, one of which (the weapons charge) carries a mandatory minimum sentence of five years. And despite the court’s ruling on Monday granting the defense’s motion to suppress evidence of the backpack search that led to the discovery of Brank’s gun, the prosecution is still proceeding with that weapons charge. (They’ll have to present evidence of the gun that doesn’t involve the FBI’s search.)

Meanwhile, the defense filed an intriguing motion yesterday asking the prosecution to hand over all their evidence pertaining to alleged victim Donald Burns’ hiring of escorts, paying for sex acts, and “engaging in sex with minors.” Yikes

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Why is the defense looking to obtain as much dirt as they can on Donald Burns when he’s not the one on trial (even though, in my opinion, he could and should be on trial for his own admitted solicitation of and payment for prostitution across state lines!)? I’m not a lawyer (clearly), but if I had to guess, I’d say that the more damaging information the defense has on Burns, the more likely Burns is to pressure the prosecution to drop the case altogether (remember, Burns is a multimillionaire with clear connections to powerful people in government, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he used his pull to get the feds to help him so expediently last March), or he’ll at least push them to give Brank a plea deal. When all is said and done, the last thing Burns wants is to be called to the stand to answer questions about how many times he paid gay porn stars to fuck him in the ass at some gross orgy in La Jolla.

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Here is where the defense’s motion gets extremely juicy and highly salacious (i.e., fun!), as it reveals details of an FBI report on Donald Burns offering to pay Teofil Brank $22,000 in referral fees to fuck not one, not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, not seven, not eight, not nine, not ten, but ELEVEN different gay porn stars. I can only hope to have Don’s stamina when I’m his age!

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We already know about Donald Burns’ ongoing relationship with Sean Cody gay porn star Ashton, which started as early as 2013, and it’s safe to assume that the “Miles” mentioned above was Sean Cody gay porn star Miles—or, as one tipster has pointed out, it could be Sean Cody gay porn star Aidan, whose real name is Miles and who is now on Rentboy using the name “Tryp.” But who were the other 11 gay porn stars that Donald Burns wanted to pay to fuck? That FBI report is unavailable, so all we can do is speculate, which is of course exactly what I’m going to do.

Since Donald Burns’ email was sent to Brank in 2014 (when Brank was working with Men.com), let’s presume that the 11 guys were all from Sean Cody and Men.com. Let’s also presume that most of Don’s “dream whores” were Brank’s past scene partners and therefore easy for Brank to contact. And finally, given the evidence we’ve already seen indicating his type, let’s presume that the 11 men on Daddy Don’s “fucket list” were all very straight, very muscular, and very white.

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1. Sean Cody’s Randy
We know for a fact that Donald Burns expressed great interest in fucking Randy last February when he sent that text message to Curtis offering $2,500 if he could facilitate the fuckfest. Speaking of Curtis…

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2. Sean Cody’s Curtis
We also know for a fact that Burns sent multiple text messages to Curtis offering to pay him for sex. Was he ever successful?

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3. Sebastian Young
Maybe for when Donald Burns was in the mood for a “bad boy”?

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4. Sean Cody’s Liev
Given the number of times he paid to fuck Teofil Brank, Donald Burns clearly had a thing for European men. Maybe he wanted to sample Liev’s Soviet schlong, too?

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5. Sean Cody’s Taylor (a.k.a. Justin Matthews)
We know for a fact that Jarec Wentworth and Taylor/Justin were in Palm Beach, Florida in November, 2014 (after Burns sent his to-do list to Brank), so Taylor had to have fucked Don, right?

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6. Johnny Rapid
Yes, he’s a scrawny twink and not Don’s type at all, but if Don ever fantasized about having the ultimate pass-around party bottom at his sex parties, surely Johnny Rapid would have come to mind.

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7. Sean Cody’s Brandon
Of all the guys on Sean Cody’s roster, there’s no way Don could have left Brandon off his list, no matter how boring he is.

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8. Ricky Decker
Ricky was not only a scene partner of Brank’s at Men.com, but he was also “Arthur” on Sean Cody. Plus, he’s straight and has a great body. If anyone fit all of Don’s requirements, it would be Ricky Decker.

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9. Sean Cody’s Jamie
Another one we already have proof of, as Donald Burns sent multiple emails and texts asking if he could pay to fuck Jamie.

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10. Sean Cody’s Stu
The last person Jarek ever had sex with on Sean Cody, and arguably one of the most physically flawless people to ever appear on the site.

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11. Sean Cody’s Calvin
In fairness to Don, who in their right mind wouldn’t want to empty their bank accounts and risk being extorted if it meant you could have sex with Calvin?!

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—Which 11 gay porn stars do you think Donald Burns tried to pay to fuck?
—Donald Burns was willing to pay $22,000 in referral fees, but how much was he offering, in total, to the 11 gay porn stars? $55,000? $175,000? $500,000?
—If you were a Republican multimillionaire like Donald Burns, which 11 gay porn stars would you try to pay to fuck?
—If you were a gay porn star, what is the minimum amount of money you would need in order to fuck Donald Burns?

 

  • I wish I was rich. 8( or hot. 8(((
    If I were a multimillionaire like victim D.B., the 11 gay porn stars I would try to pay to fuck are:

    – Sebastian Kross
    – Chris Bines
    – Brian Bonds
    – Jay Bentley
    – David Anthony
    – Jake Jennings
    – Markie More
    – Darius Ferdynand
    – Cameron Kincade
    – Colby Jansen
    – SeanCody’s Daniel
    – there’s actually more guys but I’ll stop there. lol

    • TK

      Well, you don’t have to be a millionaire to get at least 4 of the guys on your list.

      • You mean the escorts/rentboys? Yeah unfortunately, I’m still too poor for those rates.

  • Todd

    Fucket list ? ….. Dream Whores ? …… sometimes you make me so happy, Zach … well done.

    That is eleven in one day, right ?
    No slut shaming intended, but Donald …. you’re one rich (lucky) ho.
    Like Lays potato chips …no one can eat/fuck just one.http://cdn2.business2community.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/SnowWhiteClapping8.gif

  • Alan Keddie

    Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. Mingin creep is mingin.

  • robirob

    Was Teofil the only guy who referred Gay4Pay porn stars to Mr. Burns or just the only one who got greedy / caught?

    I wonder if the FBI is investigating if the Gay4Pay performers, who met with Burns, received similar referral payments like Teofil? This could potentially become an even bigger story with more models (and clients?) involved.

    • Zachary Sire

      Other than Curtis, Taylor, Randy, and Jamie, the list was mostly speculative. One of the FBI reports I read mentioned that Teo had a Russian friend who was also a gay porn star, so it’s reasonable to assume that’s Liev. I don’t think Don would discriminate against someone just because he’s Russian. Teo’s Romanian after all, and Don fucked him countless times.

      • robirob

        “Teo’s Romanian after all, and Don fucked him countless times.”

        That is very true and it was very silly of me to emphasize Liev’s nationality. But still, so far, all the models confirmed to be associated with Don Burns claim to be / identify as straight or Gay4pay and not bisexual or gay, right?

      • n24rc

        According to Teo, raped a bunch of times. LOL.

  • Ayda
  • Zealot

    I keep wanting to play “Jr. Therapist” where Burns is concerned. I mean, what does it say about him that money must change hands in order for him to enjoy sex? Further, what does it say that he has that much money to throw around on cock– especially cock that wouldn’t spit on him if he were on fire unless he had all that money. And…that’s without even touching on the fact he’s a Republican. Join all the right clubs, wear all the right clothes, and have all the best toys….you’re still an aging queen who’s paying to get laid. I’m up to “here” with self-hating gays.

    • Todd

      Well said,, Dr. Zealot.
      Not to mention that he clearly has no interest in ‘finding the one’ and “settling down”. You’d think he’d find a suitable kept man ……..and then KEEP him.

    • andrew

      He may not be “self-hating” at all. He is a super rich 50+ guy who wants to have sex with handsome muscular young guys and he has the money to rent them. He is doing the same thing that a lot of super rich straight guys do. They pay money to have sex with beautiful young girls. The fact that he can buy all the best “toys”, join the best clubs, buy the best of everything and vote Republican to protect his wealth, says nothing about self-hatred. Just the opposite may be true. It may all be manifestations of how much he loves and pampers himself.

      • Zealot

        That’s your theory, not mine.

        • Estelle

          A gay republican is a textbook definition of self hating, another self loathing clue would be the God awful plastic surgery he has gotten. A nose job is just about the only facial cosmetic surgery procedure that works on men. Facelifts on men are an extremely tricky procedure, and you really have to go to a expert on them for it to be successful. Burns looks like wax fruit, which is a telltale sign of bad work.

          • andrew

            I would NEVER vote Republican because of scores of different issues on which I disagree with them. To say that a super rich guy who supports Republicans to protect his super riches and privileged position is “a textbook definition of self hating” is nonsense.

          • Estelle

            You are a dummy. Someone who supports a party and candidates that has systematically worked to deny you rights and have said you are less than is self loathing. So is changing your face to the point where you are unrecognizable.

          • andrew

            A lot of rich people get cosmetic surgery to improve their appearance. It’s got nothing to do with self loathing. That is such a silly charge. The super rich D.B. is living the good life of the privileged few. He and a lot of other super rich folks vote and support Republicans because that party is all about protecting what they value most; their wealth. He and others like him are not interested in any struggle for equality. They don’t want equality. They want the super privileged life that their money buys for them. And you are a COOTIE HEAD. LOL

          • Estelle

            Andrews head is so far up Donald burns ass he found a old peanut up there. You actually think that improved his appearance? Wipe burns shit out of your eyes that is terrible surgery you dolt. The good life that burns lives and you are jerking your clit dick to is tainted by hookers embarrassing personal information released and the fact that burns will never be able to host a political candidate again.

            Not surprising you are defending him since you appear to defend porn criminals you think are hot. Now run along I’m sure there is a hot child molester you need to look up.

          • andrew

            It is interesting the way you resort to vulgar language when reason fails you. If you actually think I am defending super rich Republicans and Donald Burns in particular, you need to take a course in reading comprehension. I don’t really care if DB’s cosmetic surgery improved his appearance or not. My point was that many rich people get cosmetic surgery in an effort to improve their appearance and it has nothing to do with your tired charge of self loathing. Your last sentence is beneath contempt.

  • Estelle

    He has all that money to spend on hookers and facial fillers, but can’t be bothered to get his teeth whitened?

    • Scrapple

      Maybe he’s guzzling too much jizz for the whiteners to take effect.

    • sxg

      Have you seen the mouths of Hollyhood celebrities??? They are mostly not pretty. Some are crooked, some are screaming for whitening toothpaste. Most of them are from male celebrities, but even female celebrities like Patricia Arquette are in dire need of a cosmetic dentist.

    • kevdman

      perhaps he’s part British, but I just can’t get past the chin

  • Diogenes Veritas

    it just seems strange that the FBI is putting all this effort to prosecute jarec wentworth when donald burns would be the better target. i mean look what happened to eliot spitzer. or is soliciting for sex only a bad thing when you’re a democrat?

    • WillG

      Spitzer was NOT charged or prosecuted for anything. The only thing that happened to him is he resigned as governor.

      • Diogenes Veritas

        point well taken. perhaps heidi fliess would have been a better example.

    • sneeek

      Just my opinion but I think extortion is worth prosecuting and prostitution generally isn’t (unless it involves minors or human trafficking)

    • A.C.

      I can make and understand the argument for equating prostitution and extortion legally, but they are not quite the same morally. While there is an argument to be made that prostitution is degrading to all parties involved, the reality is that sex, while sacred and sacrosanct for some, is a commodity to be traded for others. From a purely commercial standpoint there are no real victims involved in prostitution. Extortion is indefensible from any vantage point. Not only is the weaponizing of privacy, or its violation, repugnant, but the use of that weapon as currency is unconscionable. It is inherently unequal as both parties are not willing participants and there is no free, open, and voluntary exchange of legal detriments such that we can say that this is a fair transaction. It is what it is – extortion. Prostitution remains defacto illegal because of our societal view that sex should be held in higher regard and it is per se cheapened when it is given a monetary value. It does seem a bit conservative, but it is also a defensible position, one that is being challenged by some Prosecutors that simply do not see the harm in prostitution as many in society do not. Extortion enjoys no such support, at least not amongst law abiding citizens. It is that sort of thinking that factors into a prosecutors decision to file charges against a person like the Defendants and not against his alleged victim. That is at least the thinking that I applied when asking myself the question to file or not to file.

      I also do not believe that it is in many people’s best interest to begin calling for the widespread prosecution of johns. From what I have come to learn, that would put individuals from Sean Zevran (using his money to pay off school debt) to Ryan Rose, out of business. As pornography operates as a mere advertising for them, if the demand for paid sex were to dry up then it is highly likely that many of these performers would leave the industry all together as they could not possibly live on the money that they are paid for their performances alone.

      • Diogenes Veritas

        i would just refer to zach’s points about this not being a simple act of a man hiring an escort but really a form of sex trafficking. and by the by, there are individuals with far less egregious examples of engaging of solicitation that are charged and at a minimum fined every day.

        • A.C.

          There is no substantive difference, legally, morally, or ethically between what the alleged victim did and if you were to go to an escorting site and hire a single individual who lived in another state to travel across state lines to have sex with you. The entire distinction seems to rest on the idea that because the scheme involved more than one party to the transaction (extensiveness) – indeed eleven alleged – and that it was a relatively organized, that that somehow distinguishes it from a single act of solicitation across state lines. Not to be redundant, but that is not a distinction of legal, ethical, or moral significance. If you believe that it is completely acceptable for two or more consenting adults to engage in the exchange of money for sex then what the alleged victim did is by no means inappropriate or injurious, nor should it be prosecuted.

          You use the term sex trafficking, but we must be careful with that word so as not to confuse actual bonafied instances of it with patent prostitution. In this case there was never any force, coercion, or threats used to facilitate the alleged victims solicitations. He offered money and there was an exchange of that money for sex. Again, that this was organized or extensive is of no real consequence. I grant that there are individuals who are charged and fined with solicitation everyday, but the operative words are charged and fined. As prostitution on the state level is almost exclusively handled as a misdemeanor offense, I would be fine with a county prosecutor bringing charges against the alleged victim. The problem is that the fine that he would receive – which cannot exceed $1,000.00 in California (I believe, I could be wrong) would be substantially less than what it would cost to prosecute him. Again, respectfully, I see no equivalence between solicitation of prostitution and extortion and though the alleged victim does not draw your sympathies (and rightfully so) I cannot say that I agree with the idea that he should be prosecuted.

  • Todd

    Shirts soon to turn up on gay porn sets everywhere:

    “I fucked Don and all I got was this t-shirt …… and $2500 ….and potential referral fees ….and a car …and ….”http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view7/3565753/shirt-ess-hunk-3-o.gif

    • WillG

      I’ve been staring at this GIF for far too long.

      • JJ

        We need a slow motion one.

  • Javk

    DB in that picture reminds me of Cam from modern family.

  • Bk3

    They need to air this trial on LOGO so I can watch videos of it on another site later. That being said, I still don’t see why the prosecution is going after Brank when D.B. is clearly the better and bigger target. Sure, Brank is pretty much guilty of extortion, but D.B. has committed multiple crimes of solicitation, and if we’re going to persecute sex workers, we might as well start going after the johns as well.

  • Todd

    “When I grow up, I wanna be rich,, I DON’T wanna be in court, I DON’T wanna be infamous ….” https://38.media.tumblr.com/707aac3db91e6a50bae74c70a47826a3/tumblr_inline_njfrr3721B1qefis1.gif

  • disqus_9xayOTnP13

    For Don’s Sake lets all hope they are all really over 18. Or didn’t try to deduct the payments.

    But do you all just want to settle down with your favorite porn boi, grow flowers and tomatoes behind a picket fence with a Rhodesian Ridgeback in a three bedroom Mid Cen Mod with a view of San Diego Bay, been there done that; it cost me more than Don paid, and he got to tap something new whenever. No I am not bitter at all.

    And for all we know he may have a partner that gets off on watching the tapes.

    BTW this is not in support of Mr. Burns, just a different view while I point and giggle with you’all.

    • WillG

      I highly doubt that Sean Cody or Men.com had another Brent Corrigan on their roster.

      • disqus_9xayOTnP13

        Well aren’t we just a rolling wind shadow. :)

  • disqus_9xayOTnP13

    So is the prosecution going to add pandering?

  • Str8upgaypornlover

    Shouldn’t Sean Cody’s Ashton be on this list as well..? I mean he is involved in the middle of all this to some degree..

    • Zachary Sire

      No. As mentioned above, Ashton and Don were already involved prior to the email Don sent to Jarec requesting 11 hookers.

      • Str8upgaypornlover

        Thanks for clearing that up Zach. I must have overlooked it. Sorry my bad.

  • WillG

    Whether or not Burns should be prosecuted for solicitation is a COMPLETELY separate issue from the extortion case. And I see the defense’s motion as a continuation of Brank’s extortion (in fact he probably instructed his lawyers to file it). They are trying to EXTORT him into dropping the charges, or insisting on a plea bargain, by threatening to publicly embarrass him and expose things that have nothing to do with Brank’s alleged crime.

    I don’t care if Burns is the scum of the earth. It’s still illegal to extort scum.

    • A.C.

      I agree wholeheartedly!

    • Zachary Sire

      All valid points, but if the government is going to enforce the law, they should enforce the law in every instance and without prejudice. It’s overwhelmingly clear that Donald Burns isn’t being charged because he is an extremely wealthy, white, and well-connected male. Donald Burns chose to involve himself and initiate some ridiculously shady shit: Enlisting the help of a pimp (Jarec) to procure other escorts he couldn’t find on his own, paying referral fees to whoever would take the money, and loaning out his escorts (Ashton) to politicians in San Diego, and he could/should have expected things to get very nasty. This isn’t just someone hiring one escort off Renboy for $400/hour, this was a complex prostitution ring with sex orgies around the entire fucking country, and this pig Burns gets zero sympathy from me.

      • WillG

        If they were going to charge him, they’d obviously wait until this case is over. It’s not unheard of to prosecute a victim, or a witness, in a criminal case, for things that come to light during the trial. That’s not to say I believe it will happen, but it’s premature to say he’s in the clear.

      • Bruser

        So Zach where does founder and former owner of Sean Cody Mr Sean Ostler fit into all this? Is it just a coinkydinky Ostler sold SC just months before the shit hit the fan? Mr Ostler is now selling high end properties in SD and La Jolla .Zach do you really thing the not so bright Jarec arranged hookups with 11 Sean Cody models with out the company owners knowledge? IMO If this goes to trial Mr Ostler should be the first witness Mr Branks lawyer puts on the stand.

        • n24rc

          I think it is more a nod and a wink from the owners perspective. They can’t actively police what happens outside of work, and I’m sure they suspect which guys escort. In their view, what happens off set stays off set, also, they make them sign contracts that they are not to escort or advertise services with any references or stuff from SC.

          Now that manwin owns them, I’m not sure how those contracts are setup or if the older ones are enforceable. I’ve seen a few guys make posts online soliciting escorting, and one instance the guy makes a direct reference to his work with SC. If they’ve moved on to newer works of porn, then they don’t mention SC at all but the last batch of scenes they’ve done.

          • loyalty888

            I don’t know if I would assume. Sean Ostler (I didn’t know that was his name!) was aware or even allowed this. Teo was referring guys to him well after his work at Sean Cody. It’s also known that he had a nasty falling out with Sean Cody so I doubt Sean would be ok with an old model stealing his current models and making money off it. Also, money is the primary motivating factor for these so called straight guys to fuck other guys on camera. If Burns was paying guys more than their scene rate to fuck him in private, they’d be less likely to continue to shoot with Sean Cody which would hurt Ostler’s business.

          • n24rc

            agreed

      • disqus_9xayOTnP13

        The guy got transactional immunity before the bust. yes because he is rich now hopefully he paid the lawyer well that brokered the deal, if not and immunity was offered by the govt, then that is very wrong.

        But in theory he is still just a john, unless he just “catered”* a gathering and didn’t attend.

        Maybe the $ changed hands in one of the communities that confiscates johns’ cars; that would be funny.

        *no disrespect just don’t know the right word.

      • Bruser

        Isn’t it pretty obvious that Don Burns knew very well his political connections would prevent him from being prosecuted? Doubt he would have pursued the case with the FBI if he thought there was a chance in hell it would backfire. Guilty until proven rich.

      • DPS

        Burns is without a doubt a pig and he gets no sympathy from me either. That said, this motion is really nothing more than a distraction if my comprehension of such matters is correct. The defense likely knows he is a sinking ship and thus the attempted leverage.

        Magic Jack has already been a scum in the “governments free phone” access plan for those unable to otherwise afford phone service. Repubs have been his ace in the pocket but soon the jig is up. He is getting $ back for providing service but then billing for charges that should be covered (such as 911 calls).

      • A.C.

        The government does not have the resources to enforce the law in every instance in which it is violated. Unfortunately, the requirement that it be done fairly is also an aspiration but not terribly realistic. We have to remember that the “justice system” is not ethical substitute and that the business of crime fighting invites moral hazard that cannot be resolved at times. There are trades offs that must and do occur that prevents every crime from being punished. For instance, we see it when prosecutors must offer immunity to mid level drug dealers to prosecute offenders who commit more serious crimes.

        I cannot deny the fact that the alleged victim in this case is wealthy, white, and may well be well-connected, but those things in and of themselves do not mean that 1. He was not extorted, and 2. that what he did (complex sex ring or not) justifies the extortion. If I am to concede to you what the alleged victim did is wrong then I have to condemn escorting in general. The number of performers he may have solicited makes little difference when condemning the behavior. The extensiveness of the scheme should also be of little or no consequence. In the horse trading that accompanies the administration of the law seeming injustices will occur and I am sorry Zach, but I cannot even fathom a prosecutor that would prosecute the alleged victim for prostitution (no matter how extensive) at the same time that they would his victimizer, who committed a crime that is universally regarded as far worse and indefensible. I can concede to you the alleged victim could have been more prudent in the handling of his sexual affairs, but “shady” or not, he could not be said to have consented to the crime of extortion just because he lacked the foresight to realize that he was not dealing with an intermediary on the level. Please, withhold sympathy from the victim if you must (and I can understand your position), but we cannot allow ourselves to make any equation of his solicitation with the Defendant’s alleged extortion; I cannot agree with that. As one person has stated, it could well be that the alleged victim will be prosecuted later, it could be that he was granted immunity, whatever the case, as the prosecutor I could not see bringing a federal charge of the crime of solicitation. I believe that is a matter best handled on the local level, and should only be raised on the federal level when an only when we see grave instances of abuse or inhumanity.

        • Zachary Sire

          I obviously don’t disagree that Teo should be prosecuted and found guilty if he did indeed commit extortion.

          The larger, “big picture” problem with this situation, however, are the institutional failures within our government and justice systems that allow for the rich to get away with whatever they want, whenever they want. This favoritism for the elites does more harm to more people than Jarec Wentworth ever did, and it’s a reminder of how fucked up this country is. Donald Burns has no doubt always been able to get whatever he wants because of his wealth, and that’s exactly what’s happening now, even when he’s blatantly (and admittedly!) broken the law. Fucking ridiculous.

          • n24rc

            I agree, it is terrible how white collar criminals are offered leniency, or the really rich can hire a legal team to evade prosecution, and they have direct ties to powerful entities in the government.

            Institutionally, I would imagine it is harder to prove a crime against someone who has unlimited resources to convince a jury otherwise – and if you have a smaller budget and less aid coming from taxes(ironic considering no one above a certain amount wants to pay them), then the DA cannot take on all cases and has to be selective on the ones that are enforceable and worthy of time based on evidence. And when you have “kingmakers” like Don, no DA would ever want to fail a case against him if they ever tried to prosecute.

            I’m not making excuses, i’m just reiterating how shitty it is. You see this time and time again with the poorest of this country remaining that way because they are drowning in debt from court fines and penalties that they cannot afford. If anything the Ferguson police report just shows how the system can really be awful towards those people with less stature and wealth. In Teo’s case I can’t feel sympathy. He seems like a sociopath based on a few things I’ve come to learn about him, outside this case. So I may be biased.

          • A.C.

            I understand, and agree with your assessment that the wealthy are privileged. That is the reason why some days I do not call it a system of justice, but rather the administration of the law. For instance, I am still fuming over the Ethan Couch episode. You would be hard pressed to find a more apt modern example of wealth privilege at work in our Courts, however, I cannot say that it is privilege at work in this case. If I were the prosecutor I would have made the same decision not to prosecute the alleged victim regardless of his wealth status because frankly, I believe that quid pro qou prostitution should be handled by the state as a low level misdemeanor punishable by a fine. If and only If there were some aggravating circumstances at work that made this less than patent prostitution would my discretion as a federal prosecutor be piqued.

      • Diogenes Veritas

        totally agree zach. things like this tend to come back around though. if burns engages in this kind of behavior, i’m sure there are other shady dealings in his past that may not be so easily ignored. i think it’s highly unlikely that he paid the initial hush money simply for fear of embarrassment. clearly, anyone who knew the man had to know this was going on. he certainly wasn’t hiding it.

      • n24rc

        But that is an entirely separate case. If the court deems it important, it can prosecute given they represent the jurisdiction where the incident happens and not the victims of the crime.

        Personally, I think what Teo did was reprehensible. They have a strong case, and should focus on that, then offer a reduction to those charges if Teo testifies against Don for solicitation. But I’m not a legal defender or apart of the team that will prosecute if they decide to at all.

    • DPS

      While not a legal expert, this motion makes no sense in regard to the trial case. It is at the least an act of intimidating the alleged victim but would seem to have no relevance to the criminal charges Brank is facing. So for this motion to be granted would only mean humiliation on a victim should a trial come to pass. Would any court really allow such leverage against a victim regardless of his behaviors? They would be for a different case, and seems likely DB will face that day.

      • disqus_9xayOTnP13

        It will bring any immunity deal to the surface.

        This is just the games lawyers play to get paid. Nothin’ new to see here.

    • Todd

      How does Brank’s actual gains through the extortion play out in all of this ? Not familiar enough to know,
      As part of the criminal ‘sentencing’ or plea bargain ….can he be forced to pay Burns back ? Can/Must Burns file for civil damages (if Brank plead guilty or is found guilty) ?
      Having to pay back $ 500K + would cause Brank plenty of hurt as well ………

      • WillG

        I’m pretty sure restitution would be part of the sentence if he’s found guilty, or part of a plea bargain. That’s probably part of the reason he’s trying so hard to get Burns to drop the charges.

        • GuyN90068

          Yes, part of it is forfeiture of monies extorted. Around $453K in Brank’s bank accounts has been frozen by the government. He blew thru the remainder partying but is still liable for it.

          • Estelle

            I imagine he may also face fines from the government. At this point, I don’t think Burns can backtrack as far as this case goes. With Brank throwing out rape and underage sex allegations, I couldn’t imagine that he wouldn’t want to see this through at this point. Rape and child sex abuse allegations in this day and age don’t go away now. He already has the cloud over his head of extortion and hiring hookers, and within the Republican party, his name is mud at this point and no candidate will want to be within 100 miles of him. In general, the Johns don’t face the consequences like the hookers do, whether it’s Charlie Sheen and Heidi Fleiss or the average john and the street walker, rape and child sex abuse allegations are a different story.

    • theo775

      Yes, Brank wants Burns name mentioned over and over in association with this case, to humiliate him as much as possible. And while I think Zach has every right to post these stories, they’re likely being used by Brank to pressure Burns.

      • GuyN90068

        Pretty much. One of the declarations filed states that Branks was passing information to this blog.

      • Luca

        I don’t think Zach is objecting too much 😉

    • Luca

      I think the defense doesn’t really care and probably knows very well its a separate case, I suppose they’re just trying to push Burns to settle the issue fast and negotiate using leverage on his reputation.

  • dvlaries

    11. I’ll try.
    Dean Flynn
    Colby Jansen
    Logan Vaughn
    Donny Wright
    Sebastian Young
    Tommy Defendi
    SeanCody’s David
    Trenton Ducati
    Paddy O’Brian
    Woody Fox
    Jack King

    • Woody Fox, Jack King, Donny Wright, Dean Flynn. EXXXcelent choices!

  • andrew

    If I were a multimillionaire, I would offer big bucks for a night in the sack with Calvin, Stu, Jamie and Brandon. I hope none of them accepted his offer, if one was made, unless he came across with some serious money. $20K +

  • Bruser

    Look for this story in the October issue of Vanity Fair.

  • Bruser

    Question for the legal eagles: If Don Burns was flying Ashton and Jarec to Palm Beach for purposes of prostitution does that not violate the Mann Act and make Don subject to federal prosecution?

  • Jeff

    I Found this pic of DB on private jet with his BF

  • No soy un Aguacate

    I miss Stu and Calvin :'(

  • If I had the money, I would definitely pay to get dp’ed by Calvin and Abe for sure

  • n24rc

    Ricky Decker has an escort page online and is easily reached through it, I doubt that Don needed help with recruiting him.

  • n24rc

    How many of these guys are “Straight”?

    http://cdn.webfail.com/upl/img/c28ba96d5cc/post2.jpg

  • n24rc

    Not that this has anything to do with the case.

    But here is Teo’s butt leaking out cum. Enjoy!

    http://mensparkle.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Seancody-Stu-Barebacks-Jarek-03.gif

    • MenSparkle

      Well, next time if you use gifs/pix from my blog (mensparkle.com), would you please also include the source url for the courtesy? Thanks.

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  • ipn

    Taylor, Noel, Dennis and Jordan. I know in real life Dennis aka Jim and hel told me about them.

  • Gendarme

    Seeing that bottom pic, the musical line “That’s the way we all became the Homo Bunch!” popped into my head, and now it won’t go away. Thanks.

  • bob80

    WAIT, Arthur is straight???

  • JJ

    Calvin is the most beautiful out of them all. Well, Calvin and Johnny. 😉

    Donald Burns? He could pass as a woman in that picture. Very gay face there.

  • Bob Bilbert

    Curtis isn’t straight.

  • WhimsyCotton

    Ugh. I’ve seen countless men in the seven or eight years that I’ve watched porn, yet Calvin is still, by far, the hottest one. The weird part is he didn’t have the best body or face, or ass, or even dick. He must have had the porn “it” factor. I sound like such a fanboy. Damn you Zach for posting his picture.

  • GuyN90068

    Today at the motions hearing was pretty much a washout for both sides. Judge Walters berated both the prosecution and the defense for the plethora of motions filed in the last few days. Bottom line is the trial will postponed for up to 30 days while both sides get their shit together. The big one is U.S. Code 924(c) which has a mandatory sentence of 5 years to be served consecutive to any other sentence handed down. There was no decision on any of the motions to dismiss.

    Today also had the most people in the audience. Six on the victims side, two on the defense side, three on the prosecution side, and 5 that I’m not sure of. They added a prosecutor who I was not impressed with. That makes three on the prosecution who failed to impress either me or the Judge.

    • Zachary Sire

      Glad nothing significant happened, as I was thinking about going up there but decided at the last minute it would be a waste of time (it’s at least a 90 minute commute for me both ways). I will be there for the trial though. We should meet up, whoever you are!

      • GuyN90068

        One of the reasons I go is it’s just a two block walk for me and motions hearings rarely last more that 1/2 hour. The other is watching Judge Walters’ comments to attorneys that are not prepared or don’t have their motions concise and correct. Teofil Brank was very lucky to get him for the motions as he is very fair to both sides. It will be a different judge for the trial and will probably be in 2 or 3 hour increments. Not something I’d be interested in.

  • James

    Fuck 11, I’d pay for one night with Dirk Caber.

  • Alias74

    Defense strategy summed up in four words: unclean hands jury nullification

  • DaddyYankee

    I would be ready to pay 1.000.000 $ to have sex with Stu and Brandon together!!!

  • jonnyfoy

    Speaking of “Jamie” from Sean Cody, I just came across this shocker:

    I know it’s old fashioned to treat sexuality as anything but fluid, but I will never understand the whole g4p phenomenon when the extremes are this far apart on screen and in real life. If anything, he deserves a major acting award (for the porn or for his marriage, I’m not sure).