Earlier today popular adult actress Stoya claimed that fellow actor James Deen held her down and forced her to have sex with him. James Deen, an adult actor that dated Stoya in the past, was accused of rape by his now ex-girlfriend on Twitter.
Stoya and Deen dated back in 2013 but has since broken up, earlier today Stoya told her followers that Deen held her down and sexually assaulted her. While the content itself is harrowing to hear, Stoya stopped short of offering any other details on the incident, or if it happened more than once.
“That thing where you log in to the internet for a second and see people idolizing the guy who raped you as a feminist. That thing sucks,” she wrote on Twitter Saturday. Stoya than wrote, “James Deen held me down and fucked me while I said no, stop, used my safeword. I just can’t nod and smile when people bring him up anymore.”
This comes just as James Deen started his own sex-advice column called “WWJDD,” or ‘What Would James Deen do” on TheFrisky.com. Now on Sunday, the site confirmed that it will no longer be publishing Deen’s column because of the accusations.
“I learned of Stoya’s accusation a few hours after she posted her tweets, and immediately made the decision to end James Deen‘s sex advice column with The Frisky effective immediately,” Amelia McDonell-Parry, editor-in-chief of the women’s lifestyle site posted earlier today.
“Sometime tomorrow, the ads on the Sex section which link out to James Deen‘s website will be removed. We won’t be publishing WWJDD going forward, and I will be making a decision about how to handle the columns we’ve already published in the next day or two,” she continued.
Deen also starred in “The Canyons,” with Lindsay Lohan. The actor can also be found on Showtime’s “Happyish.” In fact, Deen had just wrapped a pilot with Showtime that was scheduled to begin in 2016. There has been no word if these new accusations will effect the show coming to Showtime.