Gay Porn News Round-Up: Dane Sentenced, “Sergeant” Delayed, And Roman’s Return

Posted January 23, 2023 by with 9 comments

In this edition of the Gay Porn News Round-Up, we have quick updates on a couple of gay porn star court cases, plus news of a big homecoming for one popular star.

We begin with some good news for Corbin Fisher’s Dane (above), who was facing a felony charge in Florida for leaving the scene of a multi-car accident he allegedly caused that resulted in one injury. In what appears to be a plea deal at a pre-trial hearing last week, Dane changed his plea from not guilty to no contest, and in return, he’s been sentenced to two years probation, 100 hours of community service, an aggressive driving course, and about $700 in fines. No word on any civil lawsuits from other drivers or DMV restrictions against Dane, but the criminal case is now closed, and here’s the sentencing form:

Dane had been facing up to five years in prison, so this is undoubtedly a huge relief for the star, who’s had several Corbin Fisher scenes released while awaiting trial. And while CF might not be letting Dane drive the company car anytime soon, he’ll probably be filming new scenes ASAP to help pay off those court costs.

While we’re talking about Corbin Fisher stars, one of the studio’s best and most prolific performers of the last few years made news earlier today with a subtle announcement about returning to CF. Without naming names, Roman (a.k.a. Damian Night) tweeted the below image of him cuddling with Corbin Fisher’s Barron, writing, “Can you guys guess where I am again?”

As you’ll recall, Roman/Damian made news late last year when he appeared in a Men.com scene (and he just appeared in another new Men scene yesterday), and it seemed like his time with Corbin Fisher was over. But, it looks like Roman and CF are back together again.

Finally, in gay porn domestic terrorist news, gay-for-pay insurrectionist “Sergeant” Steven Miles is getting even more time to prepare a defense for his upcoming trial where he faces six felony charges and 55 years in prison for his violent assault on police officers and the Capitol during the January 6th attack. While Miles has been the one asking for more time at previous hearings, it’s the government who asked for a continuance at the last status conference. Their request was due to scheduling conflicts, and here’s the U.S. Attorney’s motion, which was granted:

The rescheduled status conference is now set for February 2nd, 2023, and it’s interesting to note that Miles’ co-defendant, Matthew LeBrun, is currently involved in plea negotiations. Unlike Miles, LeBrun is only facing misdemeanors, so perhaps he’ll be able to avoid prison time completely. Miles could still change his not guilty plea and try to cut a deal, but because he’s facing so many serious felony charges, this seems highly unlikely. Here, ICYMI, were Miles and LeBrun with fellow seditionists attacking the Capitol: