Extreme Associates director Lizzy Borden celebrated her 30th birthday last night with a party at The Joint. Conceived by Extreme mastermind Rob Black, the festivities included clown costumes, midgets, porn stars, a man in a bunny suit, and live performances by Alpha SheMale and Matt Zane’s band Society 1.
Borden has been directing movies for Extreme for ten years. Clad in a bridal veil, the birthday girl partied with industry friends Brandi Lyons, Scott Lyons, Rick Masters, Tom Zupko, Nick East and Tom Byron. Extreme contract girl Paris Gables (“she eats her own vomit,” Zupko explained) and Kid Vegas were also on hand for the colorful celebration.
Borden told AVN that she is considering a new release consisting of behind-the-scenes antics from her notorious Extreme titles. “A lot of my celebrity friends like Dave Navarro tell me the behind-the-scenes stuff is more entertaining than the movies,” she said, citing an incident involving a milk enema gone wrong as one example.
Ron Jeremy introduced the evening’s entertainment. “Ladies, drink up…because the drunker you get, the better I look,” he quipped. Alpha SheMale, who recently played Dennis Rodman’s birthday bash, delivered an industrial-rap set influenced by the likes of Atari Teenage Riot. The crowd cheered the antics of multi-pierced frontman Penny Arcade and his female cohorts Roxy Contin and Messy Stench.
Society 1 then took the stage with two loud, pounding sets of post-modern metal. Video footage of Zane suspended from meathooks played behind the band, while a passel of sexy dancers accompanied the group onstage.
To see a photo gallery of the event by Gia Jordan, click here.