NextDoorStudios Exclusive Jake Porter: “I’ve Heard Rumors From Other Studios About Working For Next Door And Was Warned To Stay Away…”
“I am so happy to have finally shot with Next Door Studios! I’ve heard rumors from other studios about working for Next Door and was warned to stay away, but to be honest it’s one of the best studios I’ve ever shot with.“–Jake Porter
That’s an actual quote from an actual press release announcing the signing of Jake Porter as a NextDoorStudios exclusive. If the best thing you can say about someone is that they aren’t as horrible as you thought they’d be, well…good luck! And, kudos to the PR person at NextDoorStudios for actually including Porter’s quote in their announcement.
Porter—a proud Trump voter and right-wing misogynist who supports white supremacist trolls—went on to say, “What I enjoy most is that at the end of each shoot, the owner takes all the models and staff to dinner. Next Door Studios feels like a family. I wish I would have shot with them sooner. I’m so happy to be here now.”
NextDoorStudios has been making headlines about its models and crew members all year, with one NextDoor director accused of threatening models with physical violence, another director entering drug rehab, one model saying he won’t work with HIV-positive non-detectable performers, and one former model joining a Mormon anti-pornography group. Just last week, the studio came under fire on social media after posting photos of a recent shoot showing 12 models poolside, and not a single one of them was a model of color:
Weighing in on the dozen white models were performers Max Konnor, Küper, Josh Moore, Michael Del Ray, Jacen Zhu, and even Chi Chi LaRue (responding to Zhu), who came under fire herself last week for her own production: