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His series, surprisingly safe for work, is called 'James Deen Loves Food,' specifically, fast food and serial killers

Sex industry boy-next-door dreamboat James Deen (oh also the guy starring opposite Lindsay Lohan in The Canyons) is apparently somewhat of a food star as well. First We Feast notes that on definitely NSFW website Wood Rocket, Deen has some seven episodes of James Deen Loves Food, a decidedly PG-13 food show with cursing.

There are two long segments about making long orders at Burger King and Del Taco drive-thrus, others where Deen eats the last meals of John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy (while discussing how messed up their crimes were (NSFW language, natch), and also him wondering about how dangerous liquid nitrogen really is (while eating bourbon ice cream and hawking Nitro Dreams).

All of this isn't particularly surprising, as burrito talk took up a good couple of grafs in that intense GOOD feature on Deen in 2011 (and not in a sexual way). Head on over to see some segments of James Deen Loves Food on WoodRocket, but try not to click away elsewhere on the site if you're at work.


‘Canyons’ star James Deen: ‘Acting is easier than porn’

To hear James Deen tell it, performance anxiety was never a factor in his debut acting job. The popular and prolific porn performer -- who has starred in several thousand adult films including such titles as “Orgy University” and “Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom” -- treated his maiden narrative movie performance in the micro-budget thriller “The Canyons” as a no-lose propostion.

Case in point: acting alongside Lindsay Lohan in her last role before being sentenced to 90 days of “lockdown rehab,” Deen got into a shouting argument with “Canyons” director Paul Schrader about how he was performing a scene. On the film’s Malibu mansion set last summer, Deen didn’t hesitate to raise his voice, drop F-bombs or call Schrader’s authority into question in full view of cast and crew.

“This guy is untouchable,” Deen recalled, referring to himself in the third person over a latte at a Woodland Hills café recently. “Because, really, what is Schrader going to do to me? ‘Oh, I can fire you or ruin you for work.’ I never work in Hollywood again? I go back to my miserable life of having sex with women every day? My lifelong dream? If you tell me to do something and scream at me, I’m going to scream back at you.”

Nevertheless, in an interview with Movies Now, Schrader called Deen “something of a saint” for having put up with so much production chaos and on-set diva behavior by Lohan (detailed in a recent Sunday Calendar story). Now, some reviews have hailed Deen as a stand-out in “The Canyons” (which hit VOD last week and arrived in Los Angeles theaters Friday) – a “brooding, compelling presence as a hyper-controlling, compulsive wiseass who’s sliding toward psychopath territory,” in Salon.com’s critical appraisal.

On Reason.com Kurt Loder wrote: “The picture marks a striking debut by porn star James Deen, who’s convincingly depraved as a nasty trust-fund brat.” In her Village Voice review, Stephanie Zacharek notes the porn star “carries himself with a braggadocio that’s something to behold.” (On the flipside, Todd McCarthy in the Hollywood Reporter observes Deen’s performance “is entirely one note in a part that makes little sense from the outset.”)

The performer says he took on “The Canyons” as something of a lark after novelist-turned-screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis became fascinated with Deen last year and wrote the part of a wealthy sociopath (who’s producing a low-budget slasher flick, a film within the erotic noir thriller) with him specifically in mind. Weeks before “The Canyons” makes its international debut at the Venice Film Festival, however, Deen called Hollywood “the most unprofessional, God-awful business anywhere.”

So is Deen looking to transition into a post-porn career a la former hard-core triple-X ingenue Sasha Grey? Does he hate Hollywood? There are mixed signals.

“I had so much fun acting, I wouldn’t mind doing more. But at the end of the day, if I never work another day in Hollywood – especially with all my experiences with all the people and that stuff – if nothing ever happens again, nothing ever happens again,” Deen said.

One notable exception would certainly be director Sam Taylor-Johnson‘s movie adaptation of the runaway mommy-porn bestseller “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Last year, Ellis had vocally cheer-leaded for Deen to be cast in the lead role of kinky business magnate Christian Grey, although now the performer is seen as an outside contender for one of Hollywood’s hottest parts.

“If I end up getting called for ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and they say, ‘Hey, we saw you in “The Canyons” and you were great. Come in for an audition. Hey, we want you to be Christian Grey’ – that might be pretty cool,” said Deen. “I don’t think I’d let a few negative experiences sour me on that.”

For the record, Schrader says the on-set screaming match during the “Canyons” filming was spurred in large part by his and Deen’s inability to shout at the person they really had unresolved issues with: Lohan.

“I blew up at James I couldn’t blow up at her,” Schrader said. “We took it outside. Once we got outside, she was watching us. I said, ‘We’ve got to keep arguing for Lindsay’s sake because she’s watching us!’” (A publicist said Lohan was not available to speak to The Times.)

Deen confirmed that once he had vented spleen to the director, their conversation grew increasingly cordial: “We start screaming back and forth at each other. We realize we’re not mad at each other but at the situation. We don’t want to be mad but we can’t yell at the other person. So we’re yelling – I can understand why it would seem like a screaming match -- but it was stuff like, ‘HOW DO YOU THINK I’M DOING?’ ‘I THINK YOU’RE DOING AN AMAZING JOB!’ ‘THANK YOU! I THINK YOU’RE DOING AN AMAZING JOB TOO!’ ‘I RESPECT YOU SO MUCH AS A DIRECTOR!’ ‘I THINK THIS IS GOING TO BE A GREAT MOVIE!’ Just the highest energy compliments in the world. But at that moment, we needed to let the aggression out.”

Deen was paid the Screen Actors Guild minimum of $100 a day during “The Canyons’” month-long shoot and says he has a back-end deal for a share of any eventual profits. Money issues aside, he’s hardly been blown away with the level of professionalism he’s seen so far outside the San Porn-ando Valley.

“Acting is not that hard,” said Deen with a shrug. “It’s a lot easier than porn.”


James Deen Wants to Put His Burrito in Your Mouth

Porn star James Deen has two passions: women and food. And when he loves something, be it a chick or a chicken sandwich, he's going to shoot a video about it — and he'll probably take his shirt off. Deen's Twitter account, which he uses to wheedle fans into bringing him a burrito, is a celebration of his carnal and literal hungers, and proof that to him, food is everything from romance (“Fuck flowers… Show her you love her by surprising her with a pizza when you know she will be hungry”) to genealogy (“For all those asking … Paula deen is not my mom. I'm HER mom … DUH. ”) to revolution (“GIVE ME CHEESE OR GIVE ME DEATH. ”).

The Canyons, Deen's mainstream film debut, in which he plays Lindsay Lohan's emotionally controlling, orgy-loving boyfriend, opens in L.A. this Friday. Wrote the Village Voice's Stephanie Zacharek, Deen “carries himself with a braggadocio that's something to behold.”

But if you can't wait to behold him on the big screen, for eight months Deen's been hosting his own food show, James Deen Loves Food, on the not-totally-SFW erotic site WoodRocket.com, home of the series Topless Girls Reading Game of Thrones. There's even a sensual opening song that lists some of his favorite things to eat: Greek food, Italian food, horseradish, celery, croutons.

Wait, Deen can cook? Not really. But he can order food, like the episode in which he gets one of everything on the Burger King drive-thru menu (the stunt's jerk genius is that he orders each new item as though it's a last-minute impulse buy), the one where he methodically taste-tests 12 different ketchups, and the one where he squats behind a dumpster and samples every chili-topped dish at Tommy's Hamburgers.

In the last two, Deen ends up gagging, spilling something on his shirt, and gleefully embracing the excuse to whip it off. Hey, a guy who makes his living naked is fearless — he's not even afraid to eat chili off the asphalt, though minutes later he weeps, “I don't like my life anymore.”

Deen is also a master assembler, the creator of both the World's Most Expensive Burrito ($580.37, thanks mostly to a $170 bottle of Macallan 18 he uses to flavor the refried beans), and the staggeringly insane 26 Layer Dip, a culinary feat so tall and unwieldy, Deen could only eat it by scooping down to the bottom with his bare hand. Sample layers: #3 pork rinds, #16 mixed nuts, #21 pureed Taco Bell tacos, #25 sweet potato fries.

But Deen's oddest food obsession is reenacting the last meals of executed murders. Periodically, he slips on a striped T-shirt, steps into a fake jail cell, and tries to understand the mind of a madman through their final requests.

On Timothy McVeigh's two pints of mint chocolate chip ice cream, Deen shrugs, “Maybe he had something against ice cream and he was trying to prove a point.” John Wayne Gacy's feast of a bucket of KFC, 12 fried shrimp, fries and a pound of strawberries is deemed the meal of a man with no remorse, while Deen interprets Ted Bundy's refusal to pick any meal as the killer's overconfidence in scoring a last-minute pardon.

James Deen certainly has an appetite for adventure. So what if he can't actually cook? Hey, deep-frying shirtless is painful.


Most Helpful Girls

I've seen it vary quite a lot. Some people say about 9 inches, some say 6. The below dildo is supposed to be modeled after his penis and it's 8.9" in total.

The porn wiki claims that he's 7.5"

Honestly, I have no idea. It looks pretty big but camera angles are deceiving.

Sorry about the links, looks like the site is still messing them up :/

Dildos made from a guy's penis are always bigger than they really are. They make all dildos at least 7 inches unless you are buying something specifically small.

No porn star has a 9 inch dick except Mandingo.

@Joc4Position copy that its all photo imaging! I have seen pic and video of him. With girls. But then i show my girl n she says you that size!

@Joc4Position Bruce Venture has a 28cm dick!

@Carliexo7
That something you like? haha

@CaliSoccerFella lol honestly I've never had sex!

@troyboy96 Yeah most pornstars don't have big or huge dicks. They just have above average. Girls have thought I was at least 10 inches, but I'm not. I have a big one, but it's not that damn big.

Like I said Mandingo has the biggest. His is 9.5.

@Carliexo7 No he doesn't. He's about 7 or 7.5. I would show proof but that would get deleted. But there's a photo where Rebecca Linares is holding his dick next to her forearm. If he has a 7-8 inch dick it should fill up most if not all of her forearm. It barely does. I could link you the image in private. I got two images actually. I was trying to find one where a girl has her hand on it and you can clearly see his pelvis. Then I could prove it that way too.

@Joc4Position I can't Imagine it's only 7.5inches. Where do they start measuring? From the tip to the bottom of the German Army Helmet? Jeezuz, mine is 7.5 and I sure as hell ain't laying wood like this guy. I've had girls tell me that I have a nice juice-can-sized cock but I thought that's just what girls say. You know, kind of like, "I'm not usually like this"


3 Surprising Facts About Porn Shoots

Jenn Tisdale, 33, is used to doing bold things that might make other women cringe&mdashafter all, she's a comedian who&rsquoll do whatever it takes to get laughs when she&rsquos onstage. But the gutsiest thing she&rsquos done by far? Responding to an open casting call from porn star James Deen back in September.

Deen posted the announcement that he was looking for a woman to film a sex scene with him via Twitter (the person he was supposed to shoot it with had canceled on him). Tisdale wasn't even sure if the Tweet was legitimate, but she decided to respond for fun&mdashshe definitely didn't think she would actually hear about it ever again. But then Deen's "model coordinator" e-mailed Tisdale a few hours later, asking if she wanted to shoot a scene in New York City with him. "It was real," she says.

In addition to doing standup, Tisdale works as a writer at the Washington, D.C.-based website BrightestYoungThings. So when she heard back from Deen&rsquos model coordinator, she asked her co-workers if they thought she should do it. Their unanimous answer? Yes. Not only were they curious about what really goes on at a porn shoot, but they also thought the experience would make for a great story. "I had no desire to do porn," says Tisdale. "But it was more about who was asking to have sex than my interest in porn. If I saw [Deen] on the street, I&rsquod be interested in sleeping with him."

Before she could do that, though, Tisdale had to go through STD testing and background screening. A couple of weeks later, it was go time&mdashalthough Tisdale had known from the start that she would write about what it was like to sleep with Deen. "Honestly, I wrote about it because it&rsquos something I would want to read," says Tisdale. She never expected her story to get picked up by so many websites&mdashXO Jane, Jezebel, The Daily Mail, and Huffington Post, just for starters. But even before her article (and the video she made with Deen!) went viral, Tisdale had no hesitations talking about her experience. "Immediately afterward, I was psyched about everything," Tisdale says. "I hopped into a cab, and the first things I said to the driver were, 'Hi, I'd like to go to this bar,' and 'I just made a porn,'" she says. "I told everyone."

Find out some of the biggest secrets Tisdale learned on-set:

Periods Don't Get in the Way
"I warned James mine was coming, and I asked him what the professionals do," says Tisdale. The short answer? The show must go on. Period sex can make some men squeamish&mdashbut not seasoned pros like Deen, who suggested the two move from the bed to the shower to make mess a non-issue.

Porn Shoots Don&rsquot Always End with an Orgasm
Despite Deen's sex-star rep, he still couldn&rsquot make Tisdale climax&mdashwhich was OK by her. "There are all sorts of things you can do in bed to make sex fun without having an orgasm," she says. "[Deen has] done this so many times, so he knows how to move a lady around."

&hellipBut Porn Stars Do Care About Each Other's Pleasure
When you watch porn, it can seem like it&rsquos all about one person&mdashusually the guy&mdashbut Tisdale was happy to find Deen was curious about her sexual preferences, too. "He asked ahead of time what I did and didn't like," she says. "I told him exactly what I was comfortable with and what I liked, and he was fine with that."


James Deen is a famous pornographic actor and also a director. Deen is well known for his looks and for the fact that he became a part of the porn industry when he was only 18 years old. James has appeared in more than 1500 adult movies. What is more, he has worked as a director in 22 adult movies. These are of course the main sources of James’ net worth. So how rich is James Deen? It has been estimated that Deen’s net worth is $1 million and we should not forget that this number might change in the future. During his career as a pornographic actor, Deen has won several awards, including XRCO Award, XBIZ Award, AVN Award and others.

James Deen Net Worth $1 Million

Bryan Matthew Sevilla, better known to the world as James Deen or Jimmy Deen, was born in 1986, in California. When James was 17 years old, he started to live with his father and work at Starbucks, although James said that he wanted to be a pornographic actor when he was just a young child, and in 2004 his career began. As then he was only 18 years old there is no surprise that the female partners with whom he acted were older than him. Some of the projects that Deen worked on include “James Deen Loves Food”, “Night With the Stars: Life, Love, and Sex in the Workplace” and others. These of course added to James Deen’s net worth. In 2013 there appeared rumors that James was planning to leave the porn industry, but these rumors were not true and Deen himself made it clear that he will not leave the porn industry soon. There is no surprise here, as he is really successful at what he is doing and has many fans.

During the same year James worked with Farrah Abraham on the filming of a pornographic scene which later had a sequel. What is more, he was a part of the movie called “The Canyons”, where he met Lindsay Lohan. This movie had a huge impact on the growth of James Deen’s net worth. Later he also worked with Andy Sam Dimas and Jenn Tisdale.

If to talk about James personal life, it can be said that from 2004 until 2010 he dated Joann Angel, another popular porn star. Later, another porn actress also said that she was Deen’s girlfriend. There is no doubt that James gains a lot of attention from women and maybe even knows how to use this to good effect in his career.

All in all, we should agree that James Deen has achieved a lot while being this young. Although to some the profession of a pornographic actor does not seem very appealing and nice, Deen wanted to do this from the very young age and undoubtedly worked hard to achieve what he has now. As James continues to work as a pornographic actor and director, there is a possibility that James’ net worth will become higher in the future.


James Deen Faces More Troubling Allegations: Porn Star Ashley Fires Says ‘He Almost Raped Me’

James Deen is subject of more troubling allegations from a third female porn actress in wake of his ex-girlfriend, Stoya, claiming he raped her.

A second woman — also an adult film star — came forward with sexual assault claims on Monday, along with porn actress Ashley Fires, who told The Daily Beast he “almost raped” her.

“The reason I put him on my ‘no list’ was because he almost raped me,” said Fires. “The only time I’d ever seen this guy, he walked into the green room at Kink [studios], picks up Jessie Cox like a caveman, grabs her by the hair, and takes her off somewhere… and I can only imagine.”

“Later on that night, I was getting out of the shower of the communal bathroom at Kink, I reach for my towel to dry off, and he comes up from behind me and pushes himself and his erection into my butt,” she continued. “He pushes me against the sink and starts grabbing on me and I was like, ‘No, no, no James, no,’ and he released me from his grasp, and says, ‘You know, later if you want to f–k around I’m in room whatever-it-was.’ I was like, ‘F–k you.’ I didn’t even know this guy, he was so out of line and entitled with my body.”

Fires also stated that almost a year after the incident, Deen confronted Fires and asked her to “stop telling people about it.” After refusing to stay silent, Deen allegedly asked her to at least stop telling people the real reason as to why she won’t work with him.

“‘Okay, can you just say something else? Say that I remind you of your brother,’ is what he says — his advice to me — to tell people why I won’t work with him instead of the truth,” Fires said.

Fires’ accusation comes two days after Stoya took to Twitter to publicly accuse Deen of raping her.

Stoya, who is also an X-rated actress, dated Deen in 2013 and claims that he held her down and raped her, but did not reveal when the alleged attack happened.

“James Deen held me down and fucked me while I said no, stop, used my safe word,” she wrote. “I just can’t nod and smile when people bring him up anymore.”

Adult film actress Tori Lux recounted an alleged incident on June 2011, when she says Deen “ruthlessly attacked and degraded” her, “leaving me with mental wounds that took years to heal.”

Deen has denied the allegations on Twitter.

“There have been some egregious claims made against me on social media,” he wrote on Sunday. “I want to assure my friends, fans and colleagues that these allegations are both false and defamatory. I respect women and I know and respect limits both professionally and privately.”

His publicist told TheWrap that there is no additional statement.

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The former No 1 overall pick in the NBA draft has been ridiculed for years as a bust. This week, in hours of YouTube rants, he set the record straight Kwame Brown talks to Kobe Bryant during his time with the Lakers in 2006. Photograph: Andrew D Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images Before the NFL’s JaMarcus Russell there was the NBA’s Kwame Brown. Like the former Raiders quarterback, Brown was a top draft pick whose bevy of physical gifts marked him as the kind of transformational player who only comes along once in a generation. But unlike Russell, who was a star in college with LSU first, Brown had that burden placed upon him while still a teenager. Brown made history as the first NBA player to go No 1 straight out of high school when Michael Jordan’s Washington Wizards came calling in 2001. And if he didn’t go down as a Hall of Fame-bound great in the mold of other straight-from-school players like Kobe Bryant or Kevin Garnett, well, Brown figured to be at least as brilliant as Jermaine O’Neal or fellow McDonald’s All-American Tyson Chandler. When Brown turned out to be neither of those things, he became easy fodder for “all-time draft busts” clickbait, inspiration for this ur-Stephen A Smith rant, an argument for bringing back the NBA age limit and a punchline for a thousand basketball podcasts – even player-hosted safe-spaces like Showtime’s All The Smoke. In a recent episode reformed NBA tough guys Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson sat down with Gilbert Arenas, the clownish Steph Curry antecedent turned podcast host. When asked about his time with the Washington Wizards, Arenas circled back to his four seasons with Brown. And as much as he tried to tout Brown as a potential best-ever No 1 who had the misfortune of starting his career on the same team Jordan chose to end his, Arenas couldn’t resist calling Brown a “man child” and “show pony” while rubbing in how he seized primacy on the Wizards in a final blow to Brown’s confidence. All the while, Barnes and Jackson snickered along. But Brown, in a welcome twist, wasn’t having it. Puffing a hookah from his home with action figures in his likeness and a key to some city in the background, Brown took to YouTube and unloaded on the trio for more than an hour. Throughout, the 39-year-old effectively labeled Jackson a fake gangster turned fake social justice warrior, Barnes a tragic mulatto and Arenas an Uncle Tom who perpetuated the bust narrative by being a lousy teammate on the Wizards. Brown further recommended the podcast try discussing bigger problems instead of rehashing his career. So of course Barnes and Jackson doubled down. On ESPN’s The Jump, Barnes feigned surprise. “I get where he’s coming from,” he said. “He’s kind of been the butt of jokes coming into the league and not being able to live up to that No 1 potential. If you want to be mad at anyone, be mad at MJ for picking you No 1.” On Instagram, Jackson was unrepentant. “Your whole career was dirt, your whole life is dirt and it ain’t my job to pour more dirt on you,” he said, wishing him “nothing but success” nevertheless. At the time of writing Brown’s responses to their responses had elapsed more than four hours and effectively seem to say, “if you can’t take the heat, don’t name your podcast All The Smoke.” It’s enough to make you wonder: Where has this guy been all along? Even after bursting onto the scene out of Glynn Academy in Georgia, Brown would remain wary of a basketball media that still feasts on all things Jordan – and rightfully so. We savored Jordan dismissing Brown’s hands as too small for his 7ft frame and we made a meal out of him allegedly reducing Brown to tears in a practice – and all while we gently set aside the part about Jordan’s reported use of homophobic slurs like pin bones in a salmon filet. Brown did attempt to correct the record while working as an analyst on SI.com’s coverage of the 2017 draft, saying, “Michael never brought me to tears.” But the rejoinder came too late and was hardly loud enough to cut through noisy and gleeful critics like Skip Bayless and Stephen A Smith – whom Brown, fed up with 20 years of disrespect, has challenged to “mutual combat.” The internet, however, has evened the playing field and Brown, at last, is happy to turn up the volume. When he wasn’t hitting back at his established and arriviste media critics, he was untangling interesting ideas like the impact of LeBron James’s activism on less celebrated players (“imagine the guy who’s on a 10-day contract who needs every bit of this money … not agreeing with LeBron …”) or relating the difficulties of navigating healthcare after the end of an NBA career – a salient point that was lost in the crossfire between him, Barnes, Jackson and Arenas. Again: Where has this guy been all along? And what is it about him that makes for such a convenient punching bag? After all, it’s hard to say Brown was a complete bust. JaMarcus Russell ate his way through the NFL and was out of a job after three years. Brown hung around the NBA for 13 seasons. He started nearly half of his 625 career games and averaged 22 minutes during the regular season. He was traded three times and grossed more than $63m in career earnings. For a kid who was the product of a broken family, who overcame homelessness, who subsisted on free lunch programs, who wore hand-me-down clothes, who couldn’t afford shoes big enough for his feet, and who hailed from a town that has gained infamy as the site of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder, Brown looks more like a great American success story than another caption entry for the all-time bust slideshow. (You can’t tell Brown his life isn’t gonna be a movie someday…) Not even Lenny Cooke – the phenom who at one point was the highest-rated prospect in a high school cohort that included James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Amar’e Stoudemire – has to suffer smirking hoops heads rehashing his Icarus-like fall. Where Cooke is seen as a sympathetic figure, Brown draws nothing but ire. Perhaps things would have been different if, like Cooke, he hadn’t made the NBA at all. Take the No 1 pick out of the equation, and Brown’s an upgrade over the vast majority of tall and stiff forward-centers who came before him. He can’t help it if the Wizards liked him more than Tyson Chandler (second overall), Pau Gasol (third) or Tony Parker (28th). What’s more, it wasn’t as if Brown was on some post-playing quest to rewrite the warped popular narrative about him. He was minding his own business when Barnes and Jackson came for him. Now, I’m not telling you anything Brown doesn’t say himself. And not all of his counterattacks were in bounds. In addition to the n-bombs and other explosive insults, his meandering rants don’t hold back on expletives or casual misogyny. But if you can stomach that, you’re gonna love when he takes partial credit for Kobe’s 81-point game in 2006. Brown, a more than serviceable “dirty work” player, firmly believes Kobe would not have been able to post those numbers if Brown wasn’t his teammate setting hard screens. Player beefs in the media are a dime a dozen Barnes, Jackson and Arenas – instigators to the end – are perennial all-stars when it comes to stirring the pot. But credit where due: Brown was the sleeping giant who should’ve been roused a long time ago. And now that he finally has our undivided attention, let’s hope another 20 years don’t pass before this Brobdingnagian teller of truths so much as thinks about going silent again.

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'I surprised myself by really going for it. I hardly noticed the larger-than-life camera, and I decided long ago never to bang in anyone's shadow. In other words, I gave it my all.'

She said afterwards she felt 'really good', 'empowered' and even started telling strangers about what she'd done.

'I went to the gym for obvious reasons, got a manicure/pedicure and showered and shaved everything'

'I ended up telling the woman at the Verizon store everything. She made me promise to come back and let her know when it was available because, and I quote: "My husband and I love watching porn."

'I filed her away as my first fan.'

As per the original agreement between Ms Tisdale and Mr Deen, an edited one-minute-six-second-long version of their sex tape was uploaded to jamesdeen.com last Friday.

Ms Tisdale told MailOnline that she responded to Mr Deen's advert because she wanted to know what shooting an adult film was like. While her boyfriend - who she is in an 'open relationship' with - was upset at first, she says he has since become her 'biggest supporter.'

Further explaining why she wanted to 'do a porno', she tells Mr Deen before they get to their bedroom scene: 'I was interested in the experience but only because it was with you.

Caught on camera: The pretty blonde who had no experience in the porn industry, ended up filming two scenes with Mr Deen last month in a New York hotel room


James Deen: I refused to pretend to date 'Teen Mom' Farrah

Porn star James Deen tells TODAY.com “it’s been a wild ride” since news broke on Monday that he had filmed an adult movie with "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham.

Abraham recently lashed out at Deen for telling TMZ on Tuesday that the plan was for the porn film to be shot professionally and then be passed off as a leaked sex tape.

"What happened was that the company doing the movie came to me and said, 'We want you for this,'" he told TODAY.com. "I tried to tell them that I'm probably the worst person to choose for this because people are going to recognize me. Even if you try to obscure my face, people still know me and are going to know it's James Deen in the movie with her. I said this two weeks ago when we were in the booking process."

Deen told us that eventually, the company commissioning the film (which he declined to name) realized that he would be recognized as a professional porn star, so they tried to get him to pretend he was actually dating Abraham so that the movie could eventually be leaked as a personal sex tape.

"They wanted to send us out on a date and then call the tabloids to come," he said. "I said absolutely not. I'm not going to pretend to be dating somebody. I'm a big believer in honesty and I don't like weird media ploys, it's just not my style. I told them that I am not a prostitute and I'm not going to go on fake dates with people for the tabloids. This was not going to be able to be leaked as a weird, boyfriend/girlfriend sort of thing.

"If you're going to make a celebrity sex tape and try to pass it off as an amateur home video, you don't hire a well-known porn star!” Deen said. “You hire, like, some random dude."

The media became aware that something was going on when the two were photographed together coming out of her hotel on the way to the movie set.

Regarding Abraham's statement to TODAY.com that she wouldn't sell the video for less than a couple of million dollars, Deen told us it makes no sense.

"I don't understand the whole, 'I'm going to sell it for $2 million thing, because somebody, the company that paid us to do it, already owns it."

Although Deen had never heard of Abraham or "Teen Mom" before he signed on to star in the movie with her, he does think she's well-known enough for the film to be a great success.

"It sucks that the company's marketing strategy, and her marketing strategy, didn't go as planned, but honestly, I think it worked out better this way, as far as my perspective goes," he told us. "This whole thing definitely created some buzz. I can tell you that the movie's amazing in my opinion. The whole idea of doing a sex tape is to get famous, get press, Kim Kardashian-style, right?"

Deen said that the company that paid him and Abraham to make the video has asked him not to reveal anything that's in the movie, and he wouldn't comment on if the movie would be "Teen Mom"- themed.

"I'm trying to be respectful of Farrah and her wishes, and despite what she said, I didn’t let the cat out of the bag," he said. "I can lie about it now and try to keep it confidential, but eventually the porno will come out, so it's just prolonging the inevitable. It does bother me that she got so offended, because I have no desire to say anything that’s disrespectful or violate her boundaries."


Adult film star James Deen to speak at Pasadena City College

PASADENA – Forget about Jackie Robinson, a porn star once rumored to be sleeping with Lindsay Lohan may be Pasadena City College’s most famous alumnus, professor Hugo Schwyzer said.

For that reason James Deen, star of films like “James Deen Does Them All” and “Joanna Angel’s European Vacation” will speak in Schwyzer’s “Navigating Pornography” class Wednesday.

“I think we ought to be proud of him as a successful alumnus and I’m welcoming him back partially on those terms,” Schwyzer said. “I think he is one of our best known famous alumni, more of my students know who he is than they do Jackie Robinson.”

Adella Curry, Deen’s media spokeswoman, said Deen, a native of Pasadena who was born Bryan Matthew Sevilla, has spoken at universities in the past. This the first time he’s been to campus since he was a student.

She said for Deen, speaking to students is an opportunity to show what the adult industry is really like.

“He just likes to really speak with people about having fun and getting rid of shame and enjoying yourself and being safe and pursuing your dreams,” Curry said. “Oftentimes it’s just debunking the myths. People see how real he is and how genuine he is and how he’s really just the boy next door.”

Schwyzer said he started the “Navigating Pornography” course last spring as a way to explore sexuality and pornography in a “safe space,” without the negative undertones that usually come along with it.

“This generation has gotten less sex education in school than earlier generation thanks to abstinence only education and at the same time they’ve grown up with broadband Internet,” Schwyzer said. “So we have a unique experience that in many ways forces them to learn about sexuality from porn. Porn is a teacher in a way it wasn’t in the past … and we need to give young people tools to navigate that.”

Schwyzer said he doesn’t show porn in class, but asks students to watch and analyze it on their own time. If a student is uncomfortable, he gives them an alternate assignment.

When he taught the class the first time, he said he brought in some speakers from the adult film industry, but never anyone as well known as Deen.

“I believe that sometimes the best way we can understand pornography is to hear from people that produce it and what their lives are like,” Schwyzer said. “I think it’s especially exciting when you have someone that has a strong Pasadena connection, he is certainly right now the most celebrated male porn star in the world.”

Deen knew “at an early age” he wanted to become a porn star, and entered the business as soon as he turned 18, according to his website. He is the youngest person to win the Male Performer of the Year honor at three prominent adult industry award shows. He has gained popularity among young women especially, and even stared alongside Lohan in a mainstream movie this year.

Samantha Semels, 23, a PCC student, said Schwyzer’s class helped her learn about aspects of the porn industry that she never considered before, like piracy, feminist issues and condoms use in porn shoots.

“It humanizes it,” said Semels, who is majoring in gender studies. “It’s really easy to see someone performing and just look at them as an object, but I’ve read James Deen’s blog and I’ve heard him speaking about Measure B in Los Angeles, he has a lot to say. He’s not just some dumb guy who does porn.”

Above all, Schwyzer said, Wednesday’s talk is about breaking down stereotypes and providing a space to talk about porn in a “non-sexualized, non-political” environment.


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