Multiple AVN Award winning adult performer Jenna Jameson will appear live in an interactive audio and video program on Flirt4Free.com this Thursday.
A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the Adult Industry Assistance Fund (AIAF), an organization founded by Jameson and her husband Jay Grdina to provide financial aid to adult performers who are unable to work because of the current HIV scare that has shut production of XXX films.
"As with our affiliation with Jenna, we are very happy to be involved in helping the AIAF fund. We are strong believers in making the adult industry a safer place to work," said Greg Clayman, president of VS Media, Inc. the company that
ClubJenna’s contract exclusive Krystal Steal, the first ClubJenna Girl, will join her boss on the chat.
“The Flirt4Free performance is always a lot of fun because I get to interact directly with my fans,” Jameson said. “They have the chance to tell me exactly what they want me to do and I guarantee you that I’m up for making sure everybody has a really good time.”
The AIAF has raised approximately $20k to date and has started sending checks to adult performers who have been diagnosed as HIV-positive, and to those who have been quarantined. The goal is to establish a continuing emergency fund to help adult talent in times of crisis.
The three-hour chat will take place on Thursday, May 6 beginning at 5p.m. PT.