Gay Porn Star Bryce Evans Takes TWENTIETH Mug Shot After Being Jailed For Drug Possession

Posted November 23, 2018 by with 58 comments

bryqFrom DUIs and drug possession to grand theft auto, burglary, and battery, gay porn star Bryce Evans has been arrested and convicted on over a dozen charges over the last 20 years. Now, the 44-year-old performer—who, when he wasn’t in prison, worked for Dominic Ford and Michael Lucas from 2011 through 2017, and then for Peter Fever and Pride Studios (as seen above) during the first half of 2018—has added a twentieth mug shot to his collection after being jailed in Florida on two felony charges connected to a previous arrest back in May of this year, for possession of cocaine and fentanyl.

Here’s the Broward County booking report from the arrest in May:

fet2 fet4Prosecutors don’t appear to be pursuing that third charge listed above (probation violation), and are moving forward with just the felony cocaine and fentanyl charges. At some point over the last few months, we was put back into custody in Broward County while awaiting trial on the drug charges, and his next court date is scheduled for December 5th, 2018.

drugeNote that the “termination date” on his record above likely refers to when his probation (which he was already on when he was arrested) ends, not when his prison term ends. (He hasn’t been convicted on the pending drug charges, and there’s the aforementioned hearing coming up on December 5th.)

Here’s Bryce Evans’ 20th mug shot, which extends his record as the gay porn star with the most mug shots in history:

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Bryce Evans’ mug shot (his nineteenth) from his arrest on May 22nd, 2018:

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And ICYMI, here’s a trip down mug shot memory lane. Bryce Evans’ oldest available mug shot is from the year 2000, when was he was arrested for DUI in Fulton County, Georgia:

originalNext up, a Bryce Evans mug shot from May, 2001, after a third degree battery arrest in Volusia County, Florida:

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Another Volusia County arrest in July, 2001:

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Yet another Volusia County arrest just two months later, in September of 2001:

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Bryce Evans arrested again in October, 2001:

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Fast forward to 2003, in Volusia County yet again:

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And then cut to 2006, when Bryce Evans was arrested for trespassing:

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Yet another 2006 arrest, once again for grand theft auto:

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Bryce Evans took a few years off from taking mug shots between 2006 and 2010, but in November of 2010, he was arrested for dealing in stolen property and false ownership of pawned items:

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Evans was busy in 2011—the same year he made his gay porn debut with Dominic Ford—with three new arrests and three new mug shots. First up, March of 2011 and another DUI:

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Next, it’s Bryce Evans one month later, in April of 2011, arrested again for grand theft, dealing in stolen property, and false ownership of pawned items:

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In September of 2011, Evans was sentenced to nearly two years behind bars. Here he is after being convicted of trafficking in stolen property:

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About 18 months later, Evans was released from prison early. But then, in March of 2013, he was arrested yet again for petty theft and parole violation:

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Bryce Evans on August 24th, 2013, when he was arrested for criminal mischief:

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Bryce Evans was busy again in August of 2013. Here he is on August 29th, after being arrested again for grand theft auto, driving on the wrong side of the road, driving on a suspended license, and for having expired tags (but, come on, if he stole the car, how can that be his fault?):

http_cdn.usamugshots.org_mugshots_BrowardFlorida_JEFFREYFEATHERS1302187722809At some point in 2013, amidst all of these arrests, Bryce Evans went back to work for Dominic Ford, again. Then, in February of 2014, Evans was arrested again for driving on a suspended license and grand theft:

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Evans took a year off from being arrested and taking mug shots, but in May of 2015, he was arrested again for cocaine possession and several other crimes:

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Then, in late 2015, Evans was convicted yet again on drug charges and sentenced to a couple more years in prison:

FEATHERS-X18055After Bryce Evans was released from prison in 2017, he went back to work again for Dominic Ford, and then Peter Fever and Pride Studios earlier this year, with his most recent scene released in June.

It’d be ideal for everyone (Bryce Evans, Florida’s prisons, Florida taxpayers) if the Florida justice system had a drug rehab program to help treat Evans for his addiction, but it’s clear they’re unwilling or unable to do anything effective, unfortunately.

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  • pronounproblems

    The 2006 GTA arrest Bryce Evans is probably my favorite.

  • Schnitzel

    His hair stylists must be as fucked up as he is
    https://goo.gl/images/i6f9bc

  • Scrapple

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f7035e82b7b09fe9426cfbf1c958b4f706df3dbc98070aea0f894d691d1dba18.gif
    I think with the twentieth mugshot the State sends you a $20 gift certificate to Dave & Buster’s.

    He actually looks better in this latest pic. In the one before he looked like Quaid at the end of “Total Recall” when he’s stuck on the surface of Mars before the oxygen machine kicks in.

  • CamCam

    So we got a career criminal doing gay porn. It’s all messy so he fits in perfectly. And the evolution of his hairstyles is fascinating to look at. The 2000’s were something else’s weren’t they? Lol

    • ViktorTausk

      I think he’s not the only one career criminal in porn. But crime is sexy, right? Why otherwise he’d get all those jobs in porn?

  • FrenchBug

    I am sorry, Zach, to stomp on your milestone but there was another one from around the 2011 sentence so technically this is the 21st. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fb8656cd1daf91ddb570cb39c681c82f6dc8c9ef9aefbf1af3e9535511828e31.jpg

    • Zachary Sire

      :-(

    • No_No_No_Yes

      Way to fuck up a perfect square.

    • Scrapple

      You just had to fuck it up, didn’t you? I was all set to use those mugshots to make several sadly dysfunctional party games: Tic Tac Doh, Dingo (Donkey Bingo) and Connect Whore. Now what am I supposed to do with an extra row? I’ll have to wait a whole two months for him to get four more charges to even this shit out. Thanks.

  • OverKill

    Let’s have a drink every time Bryce is arrested:
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/88cf4dcdb2372a91e0facc09e3368fe5fd1ef62ba847ef025bd12c30cfa442a4.gif

    I guess he’s trying to start a jailhouse yearbook or something.

  • e jerry powell

    Mugshots aside, that header screen cap has got to be one of the least flattering photos this guy has ever taken.

  • SaintMike

    this is not going to end well

  • No_No_No_Yes

    Well SHIT. First I’d like to call Scrapple out for stealing the best fucking Gif. Next, I’d like to nominate him for a second category of “Most tragic hair choices of any Felon”. He has easily handed both Tom Faulk and Sebastian Young their asses in that class. Um Picture #12, was he in “The Hobbit”? # 15 Imma go out on a limb and say those were meth days.

    HOW does he get around the repeat offender thing? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/36ddfebdafa7688e9c99f84269329f6956fdfb5b6df758968d2143daa0fee595.gif

  • Maximus

    I’ve said it before, and I’m going to keep saying it until it becomes a reality: We need to decriminalize the use and possession of ALL drugs. Criminal drug laws benefit the prison industry, but harm all other sectors of society.

    • CA

      That’s all I kept thinking as I scrolled down. This fucking country is obsessed with punishment and here is a clear example that it is not rehabilitative. All it does is make us spend money running guys like this in and out of the system.

    • skye3245

      it wasn’t all drugs. How about we hold all people accountable. I’m fine with certain drugs being decriminalized. But this man has a lot more on his record than drugs. He should be serving time

  • asby

    For being a 44 y/o with a drug problem…He is lucky he still has his looks…There are some young haggard looking guys out there doing porn

    • Patrick Dennison

      Are you serious? This loser looks like crap, and his looks have diminished progressively – using each mug shot as a possible indicator of recurring low points in his self-esteem, not to mention good judgement and self control.

      The real tragedy is the often lack of good choices porn producers make in choosing actors for their productions. Make no mistake, today’s youth – thanks to the Internet – emulate what they see thrust at them almost constantly. The proliferation of barebacking porn is a prime example – as our youth are ignorant of reality and then become HIV+. AIDS is still a very real threat, and Prep and various cocktail drug regimens are merely band-aids on a compound fracture – giving people a false sense of security.
      That’s bad enough, but using this clown as an example – hiring repeat criminals is inexcusable.

  • Edward

    This is a good example of privilege. Someone of color violating probation would be up under the prison. And for those who thought that decriminalizing drugs would solve some of his problems, no. He would still use those now legal drugs and suffer from the effects of abusing them by doing the crazy shit he does like trespassing and grand theft auto. No. Not everyone that’s in prison should be there. This guy needs to be in prison because he has proven that he can’t play by the rules out here.

    • Seanumich

      You made a conclusion that isnt supported by facts. If driugs were legal he could walk into a store and BUY them. That would take away any arrests regarding the drugs. The reason drug addicts commit most crimes is because they need MONEY to buy drugs. It also requires them to be in contact with the criminal element.
      Yes, there may be some people who commit crimes if driuigs were legal, but so what. There are many sober people who commit crimes. In fact, I would say they are far more dangeous. Donnie Trump has never had alcohol or used drugs. His financial crimes are far grater than any grand theft auto. Bernie Madoff wasnt known as a crack head, but literally destroyed hundrends if not thousands of peoples lives. The PULSE nightclub shooter was not a drug user.
      There is one thing that is certain by every medical expert in the field. Addiction is a DISEASE. The more we treat it is a criminal matter instead of a medical one, the more these types of crimes will happen.

      • Edward

        You completely missed the point. There are many charges listed above (trespassing, grand theft auto, driving while suspended) that had nothing to do with drug use. This is someone that knew he was/had been in trouble with the law and still decided to break it. Listing crimes committed by those that didn’t use drugs has no bearing on what I’m saying. The reality is that he had a choice…time and time again…for those reasons he should be in prison. A willful lawbreaker. Yeah, prison sounds about right. People forget that one can face rehabilitation there. At least he wouldn’t be able to harm the public because as it stands he is dangerous. A loose cannon.

        • Maximus

          I’d agree with you if he had committed rape or murder, but all of his priors are typical crimes of poverty. A drug addict who has no access to the legitimate economy is going to act erratically and commit crimes or get involved with shady characters in order to feed his habit. Bryce clearly has a substance use disorder, which is a brain disease, and his life is a mess as a result. I don’t know the man’s full life history, but based upon the info that Zach has dug up, I don’t see anything to suggest that Bryce would likely be committing crimes even if he didn’t have a substance use disorder.

          Also, incarceration isn’t an effect method of criminal rehabilitation. It often makes convicts more likely to reoffend due to collateral economic consequences and the detrimental psychological effects of prison life.

          • Edward

            Wait—-he needs to rape or commit murder for you to believe he needs to go to prison? This man was driving on the wrong side of the road. He is not safe. His judgment is suspect. He won’t commit himself to a rehabilitation center. At least he hasn’t that I’m aware of. This is a clear case of seeing the signs and trying to PREVENT the worst from happening. Not waiting till it happens and then going ok let’s lock him up.

          • CA

            To answer your question, in short, yes. We imprison too many people who do not commit violet offenses. Generally, prisons should be full of people who murder, rape, assault or rob.

            Individuals imprisoned for other offenses are generally: poor, undereducated, disproportionately people of color (as you pointed out), mentally disabled, addicts and usually some combination of those things. We should be placing these people in rehabilitative job training programs and therapeutic support to help them launch back into society after their offenses.

            Instead, we post pictures of them on state websites brandishing them as bad people and as “others” unworthy to participate in society. How should we expect them to engage with that world post incarceration?

            America incarcerates the highest percentage of people in the world for crime–we are obsessed with punishment as I stated in a comment below. I assume it comes from our Judeo-Christian puritanical founding…as an LGBT community, we know how they love to persecute people who fall outside of the “teachings”.

            This is clear cut example of tossing a 20 something year old in prison for drug possession and trespassing with violent offenders will only encourage more bad behavior once released into a society who is unprepared to allow them to rehabilitate.

          • skye3245

            i see alot of ppl making vast excuses. “he was a youth who wasn’t rehabilitated” “it wasn’t violent” “it was because he was poor”…no he should have been in jail for a long time a long time. He is a straight white male given privilege pure and simple. Statistically if he was a person of color he would have been in prison at this point for any of his crimes or dead. Regardless of the crime being violent or not, drugs or not. He needs to be locked away, end of discussion. How are we saying anything but that?

          • Maximus

            I agree that he needs to be removed from the general population, but he should go to a secure medical rehab facility, not the punitive hellhole that is prison.

          • Patrick Dennison

            Edward, I want to try to make my previous comment a little clearer, and please understand I am in agreement with you…with the exception of the

            ‘privilege’ part of your original post. That argument of ‘privilege’ has only gotten more tired over the last couple years.

            Rather than blame the ills on poverty vs privilege we should lay the blame where it belongs, regardless of wealth or social standing: A VERY PLAIN AND IRREFUTABLE LACK OF SELF-RESPONSIBILITY.

            Be well, Edward. I agree with you otherwise.

    • e jerry powell

      This is a good example of privilege. Someone of color violating probation would be up under the prison.

      Unquestionable truth. I suspect early release had something to do with prison overcrowding, and privilege was a factor in that process as well.

    • Patrick Dennison

      Let me preface by saying I do agree with your last sentence. Not only does he need to be in prison, but he needs to not be celebrated as a good example in porn. The industry needs to be more proactive in purging media of these losers and start providing better examples to people. Porn is the largest medium viewed on the Internet; why these companies don’t want to make society more responsible and sex more enjoyable and rewarding by helping people to change their behaviors is baffling to me. Don’t they want to keep people alive and healthy and retain them as customers of their material?

      That said…

      Oh please, people, shut up with the ‘privilege’ B.S. Stop parroting the liberal troublemakers who have an agenda and don’t give a crap about ordinary citizens. You think Maxine Waters really cares about you? She’s privileged, make no mistake. Same for Pelosi and Feinstein. Bernie Sanders and his embezzling wife as well. And the queen of them all, Hillary. There is nobody more privileged.

      I have no explanation for why this joker gets away with crime after crime, except that he does his jail time and then doesn’t learn. Nobody is to blame except him. I know that I couldn’t afford a 2nd or 3rd DUI and I certainly would learn after the first offense. All I can say is this should be the last time; he’s had his chances to grow up and do right.

  • Josh in OR

    “Tattoo. Arm, left. Pasaden (Greek god()”

    Good lord…I don’t expect anyone from Florida to be terribly with it, but…’Pasaden’…!?

    Must be where Pasadena, California gets it’s name…

  • Donald Horn

    He had a soft dick when he fucked Johnny Rapid.

  • Cosmic

    Since he’s the record holder who are the runners up?

  • Giantballofyarn

    Why are you picking on this guy? Last thing a poor drug addict needs is some blogger publicizing his shitty life situation. Has he hurt anyone? Did he do any recent porn? This thread isn’t amusing and it makes you look like a complete asshole

  • Bruser

    Let’s hope he hooks up with Sebastian Young in https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/23358fb7be01d2f314fbd1990a315a4e19171039d9809daf1073154260880f76.jpg Hoes Behind Bars. 2 disc boxed set.

  • Kanaka

    As far as mugshots go, his latest is definitely the best one. Props to Broward County Jail Glamour Shots.

  • Gresilion

    The hair journey is really intersting

    • Stuart

      The backstreet boys curtains giving 90’s realness are my favourite.

  • Tempest

    I see he’s living for that Tom Faulk fantasy, you go girl.

    In other fucked up news:

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    So done.

    • Seth Sexton

      LMAO they gotta market that shit as best they can. It’s treacherous out here on these porn streets. Competition will eat ya alive hunny.

    • Marcus Collack

      that’s nice but uh…I’m good

  • Seth Sexton

    I wish I had the resources to do an investigative report on these gay porn performers and their lives when the cameras aren’t rolling. This guy is 44 yrs old and probably has less than $100 in the bank. What will these performers do for retirement money? Who or what will sustain them financially? Are they estranged from their families and childhood friends? There is no 401k in porn (as far as I know) so how will these guys make it?

  • wdeee

    So unfortunate. He’s really handsome. He should’ve stayed away from drugs and tried to get into serious modeling or something.

    • e jerry powell

      Legitimate commercial/fashion modeling work was difficult enough to stumble into before the phenomenon of the “Instagram model.” He might have had a shot at being a physique model, which is why he got work at Paragon. He could have been a good artist’s model, but more likely he would have ended up in porn — as he did — or gone into something else, like just about every lead carpenter on every TLC home makeover show in history (and you should see some of those guys’ portfolios). To paraphrase Tyra Banks, you can’t rest on pretty, you have to bring something unique.

  • Troy MacGyver SP

    “Everyone looks sexier under arrest”,John Waters.

    • Manny Espinola

      He looks hotter in those mug shots because they look “real,” while in all his movies he sports this cheerful expression of “paid work”

  • Joel

    Don’t do drugs, kids. Just say no.

  • skye3245

    ok seriously, ppl are here going to full on jail for their first time having weed in the car or for DUIs…how is he still out here in society and not in full on prison when he’s had TWENTY!?! Like this is what’s wrong with the american “justice” system. I put that in quotations because its a joke

  • Chuck

    We as a community need to make sure resources are in place or accessible for LGBT People. I will say this, unless someone wants help, they won’t take it seriously and you all know that as well. We do need to make sure that the help is there if and when they do decide they need it and want it.

  • Cosmic

    Maybe he does drugs to try and forget the horror of having sex with that devil in the flesh Michael Lucas…That could drive anyone to self medicate.

  • Michael Lewis

    Lindsay Lohan and DMX are shook.