JustForFans Owner And Alleged Rapist Dominic Ford Continues To Threaten Performers Over Sexual Assault Claims, Says He “Needs Some Tight Holes To Fuck”

Posted August 6, 2020 by with 28 comments

After being accused of raping at least two of the performers who worked for his amateur clip site, JustForFans owner Dominic Ford is continuing to try and stifle those performers and their friends from speaking out against him.

As first reported back in June, performer Tannor Reed accused Dominic Ford of sexually assaulting him in a hotel room in Miami in May of 2019. A few days after Reed’s claim, performer Justin Stone also accused Ford of raping him in a hotel room in May of 2019, and that alleged assault occurred in London, a few weeks after Ford allegedly raped Reed in Miami. Following Reed and Stone’s accusations against Ford, fellow performer Mickey Taylor spoke out in defense of Reed and Stone, and he also deleted his account from Ford’s JustForFans. Today, Taylor revealed that he’s received a cease and desist letter from Ford, which apparently told him to delete tweets in which Taylor showed support for people accusing Ford of rape:

Tannor Reed showed his support for Mickey Taylor today, calling Dominic Ford’s threats “unjust.” Reed also revealed that he went to police to file a report against Ford for sexually assaulting him, but police told him there was “no crime” and could not submit the report:

Reed went on to accurately point out that his experience with police (and likely Ford’s threats against Taylor, too) are precisely why sexual assault victims don’t come forward.

“Many victims of sexual assault don’t realize or come to understand that anything bad happened at all until weeks, months, or even years later,” Reed wrote, adding, “If someone continually tells you no, and then they stop resisting and just let you have your way, that is not consent”:

Following Reed’s accusation in June, Ford issued a statement denying “all allegations of sexual assault,” and he also said he was “exploring a legal response to the false assertions.”

In addition to Ford’s threats against Reed and the cease and desist letter sent to Taylor, Ford (via his attorney, Gill Sperlein) also sent yet another threatening letter to Justin Stone, the second performer who accused Ford of rape. In late June, Ford threatened to sue Stone for defamation over his tweets accusing Ford of rape, and today, Sperlein sent the below follow-up threat (via email) to Stone:

Asking Stone whether or not he’d like to avoid having a process server track him down and serve him “perhaps in front of others” is a truly pathetic attempt at fearmongering, and this letter, just like the last one, is completely bogus, in my view. Sperlein asking Stone if he should “inform the court” that they’ll be proceeding using his stage name is similarly lame. Posing this question (which I don’t believe is even relevant—do courts care or have any authority over a plaintiff using a defendant’s stage name in a civil lawsuit?) to give Stone the impression that the lawsuit is “real” is just another scare tactic.

If Stone, Reed, and Taylor believe that what they’ve said about Ford is true, they can never be successfully sued for defamation, and they should never delete any of their tweets. (Also, Mickey Taylor is not a US citizen, so even if Ford were able to sue him and win here in the states, he’d have to then try and get a UK court to honor the judgment. Good luck with that.)

It’s also worth noting that Dominic Ford is carrying on as usual, as if he wasn’t just credibly accused of rape by two people. Last week, here was alleged rapist Dominic Ford telling his Twitter followers that “when covid is over,” he’ll “need some tight holes to fuck”:

Also in July, Ford was seen with twink performer Daniel Hausser (whose ex-boyfriend is currently in jail awaiting trial on child porn charges after admitting to raping his 8-year-old brother), who shared the below image of him kissing Ford with the caption, “I love Dominic Ford”:

And after sending out his two threatening letters to Stone and Taylor today, Ford shared the below selfie, writing, “Got so much done today. Now off to a romantic dinner with my man. But first, a thirsty pick [sic].”