MIAMI—A new court document filed in the case of C.S., a 15-year-old runaway minor whose mother, Sherrita Smalley, filed a lawsuit against Reality Kings for knowingly filming her daughter, shows the great lengths the adult producer went to verify the performer’s age.
Over repeated objections, Mauricio Botero, COO of RK Netmedia, owner of RealityKings.com, responded to a filing by Smalley that sought more information about the adult shoot her daughter was involved in.
In accordance with its policies, Reality Kings received the age verification compliance information from the third-party producer along with the video of the girl who used the stage name is Bieyanka Moore, or Sweet Bieyanka. The packet contained color copies of scans of the girl’s Nevada learner’s permit and her social security printout.
C.S. allegedly misrepresented herself as Tyler Chanel Evans, a 19-year-old from Henderson, Nev.
RK reviewed the documentation and determined that federal law had been complied with and the actress in the video matched the documentation provided by her. Additionally, the third-party producer scanned her Nevada ID card through an ID scanner on-site, which determined that the information provided by C.S. on her ID (and embedded in its magnetic strip) matched the information on file at the Nevada DMV.
Despite having enough information to fulfill federal 2257 requirements, RK’s company policy is to mandate that two forms of ID be used, which neither the girl nor her agent had in their possession at the time of the shoot. C.S. and her agent left the filming location and returned later that day on Aug. 13, 2010, with a printout from the Social Security Administration verifying the social security number belonging to one Tyler Chanel Evans.
On Sept. 7, 2010, after receiving an anonymous phone call alleging that the actress in the video was underage, RK records department “called the Nevada DMV and confirmed the subject identification was issued by the State of Nevada and that all information on the identification was the same information the Nevada DMV had in its records,” including her photograph, according to the court filing.
The court filing also unravels how C.S. wound up on the RK site CumFiesta.com. An agent representing her, John O’Byrne, emailed Ashley Billington, the third-party director, on July 23, 2010, that his client Sweet Bieyanka was available to act in adult productions.
The New Jersey-based O’Byrne confirmed that he worked as Sweet Bieyanka’s agent to the Miami New Times, but said, “I cannot speak to you about this matter.”
The court documents also identify the filming location in Plantation, Fla., and the real name of C.S.’s male co-star, who perform under the name Chris Commando.
To read the entire court filing, click here.