Mario Ambrose Antoine, 33, will likely be seen producing his personal porn videos from prison, with titles like “Mario Gangbanged in the Shower” and “Mario Blowbang for Breakfast.” But you likely won’t shed any tears over Mario. He was recently charged in federal court with a 21-count indictment, including 12 counts of wire fraud, two counts of cyberstalking, two counts of online enticement, two counts of making false statements to federal law enforcement agents, one count of obstructing justice, one count of extortion and one count of falsely registering a domain name. He pretended to be a porn producer and forced women to have sex with him as part of an “audition.” While this is the theme of a popular porn series, Mario didn’t figure out it was all scripted and the models were acting. Instead, Mario took the theme of the porn videos to heart. He is charged with having created several online pseudonyms and fake Facebook profiles, posing as a talent agent and videographer, starting in August 2011. For example, on his Facebook pages, Antoine allegedly claimed that he owned porn companies such as “Playboy Worldwide,” “Playboy Asia” and “Dash Agency.” He promised auditions to women in the Kansas City area for modeling positions and to rehearse for parts in his porn movies, according to court papers filed in the United States District Court for the District of Kansas, in Kansas City. But Mario required the women to have sex with him first to see if they could pass muster. Then he allegedly recorded sex with the victims, offering them tens of thousands of dollars. But he had no intention of ever paying them, according to federal prosecutors. In several instances, he allegedly later threatened his victims with the tapes, either threatening to send them to their employers or seeking money or more sex from them. We don’t think we’ll be seeing Mario anytime soon, he is still in federal custody, pending a detention hearing Thursday.
Criminal, Indictment, Kansas City, Mario Antoine, Porn, Porn Producer, Porn Stars, Sex
RADIO SHOW MISTAKES LOCAL GIRL ASHLEY PATTON FOR “PORN STAR” ASHLEY PAYTON……..LOSES $1 MILLION JURY VERDICT
Ashley Payton isn’t technically a “porn star.” As best we could find, she’s done some adult nude modeling, and that probably in the public’s eye and in common parlance makes you a “porn star,” even if you haven’t taken dick or eaten pussy on film. But Ashley isn’t listed in IAFD.com, the internet adult film database. Ashley Patton isn’t a porn star either. She’s a local girl from the Kansas City area, whose never done anything remotely connected to the adult industry. And that’s where the story of a recent $1 million jury verdict against Kansas City radio station 96.5 “The Buzz” begins.
As part of the April 20, 2012, morning show, hosts Afentra Bandokoudis, known as “Afentra,” and Daniel Terreros, known as “Danny Boi,” were looking to out local porn stars and asked listeners if they knew any. They received two texts, one referring to “Ashley Patton Olathe South. 2007,” (Olathe South is a local high school), and a second saying “Ashley pattons a whore!!!!” So Danny Boi said “Oh, this girl is going to be good, hold on, guys,” and then said, “Ashley Patton, Olathe South. Let’s Google this chick. This is what I have been waiting for.” The Google search, however, returned pictures of Ashley Payton, but the hosts missed that “y”. They posted Ashley Patton’s name on a list of local porn stars with a link to the radio broadcast. She called the station and told them that they called her a porn star and she was angry, reaching Program Director Scott Geiger, who smartly asked in response, “Well, are you?” Ashley said she was not and Scott replied (again smartly), “How do you know that you’re not a porn star?” Ashley said cause she was in law school and that she did not “do anything like that” — which leads us to question why two people who appear to at least knew of you would say you were and a “whore.” After some more Google searching, the station acknowledged the mistake and corrected the name later that day, but after further complaints from Ashley (cause the broadcast with her name was still linked), took down the list and broadcast by 1PM all the same day. But Ashley, still upset (and a law student), sued and was recently awarded $250,000 in damages and $750,000 in punitive damages.
Now, the bottom line for us is, is being called a really hot porn star worth $1 million? We might have suggested that it was a compliment. We don’t know what Ashley Patton looks like, but we’re pretty sure she’s better off being mistaken for Ashley Payton the porn star (pics below) than being a law student, or even eventually a lawyer, in Kansas. And really, is there much a difference? As a lawyer, Ashley, you’d still be a corporate whore, you’re just doing it in a suit.
96.5, Ashley Patton, Ashley Payton, Kansas City, Lawsuit, Radio Station