Black porn star sues director for making white co-star call him N-word during racist sex shoot

A black porn star from the Bronx says he was duped into performing in a hardcore-racist adult film that depicts his white co-star calling him the N-word without his consent.

Maurice McKnight, who goes by the stage name Moe the Monster, claims in a new lawsuit the hate speech was spewed during a shocking shoot in Tarzana, Calif., last July.

McKnight says director James Joseph Camp tried — and failed — on two separate occasions during the production to get his pre-approval for use of the despicable dialogue.

He claims Camp first approached him before filming began and said the female lead, identified as Deborah Hinkle, had agreed to use the ugly slur on camera.

McKnight says he “made it very clear that he would not allow this racial slur to be used,” the 9-page complaint filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court and obtained by the Daily News states.

McKnight says Camp approached him a second time during a filming break to again press for permission.

“For a second time, McKnight informed Camp that he did not consent to the use of the racial slur,” the lawsuit states.

Despite McKnight’s explicit refusal to give the green light, Hinkle addressed him with the racist slur twice during the film’s so-called “money shot,” according to the complaint.

Speaking to the News, McKnight compared the verbal assault to an ambush.

“I just felt violated and betrayed,” the 36-year-old Bronx resident said Wednesday night.

“I’ve shot over 50 scenes for this company. For a long time, I was one of their top guys. And I’m always publicly talking about racism. For them to even ask me was an insult, then to do it against my will, it hurts. It feels like it was a set-up,” he said.

McKnight’s lawsuit alleges Camp “conspired” with producer DF Productions (DFI) to “dupe” him into “performing sex acts with Hinkle, knowing that Hinkle planned to use the racist slur during the final scene,” the complaint states.

“Camp and DFI defrauded McKnight for the purpose of creating and selling racist content to its racist customers,” the lawsuit states.

McKnight is now suing for fraud, negligence and failure to prevent racial harassment.

He says Camp and the production company’s owner, identified as Cable Christopher Rosenberg, initially promised to “edit out” the racial slurs but never did. The defendants published and began selling the film in December, according to the court filing.

McKnight claims Camp and Rosenberg repeatedly refused to listen to his protests and even sent him a series of abusive text messages.

“You’re a disgrace. To your people. To your family. To yourself,” reads one text allegedly sent by Camp and included in the complaint.

Attempts to reach Camp and Rosenberg were not immediately successful.

McKnight is seeking damages for lost wages, emotional distress and embarrassment. He says the defendants knowingly created a “work environment” that was “hostile and racially abusive.”

“The use of the N-word in the workplace is extraordinarily harmful to African American workers. It’s a violent, abusive word that embodies the pure evil of racism. It has no place in our society,” McKnight’s lawyer Dan Gilleon told The News. “Moe is going high by filing a lawsuit instead of acting in kind to this egregious act of racism.”

White supremacist shot, killed in Claremont parking lot, N.H. AG says

A former prison gang leader who was active in the white supremacist movement died shortly after midnight on Sunday in the parking lot of a Chinese restaurant after being shot multiple times, according to the New Hampshire attorney general’s office.

Claremont officers who were called to Imperial Buffet and Lounge on Washington Street found Jesse Jarvis, 36, suffering from gunshot wounds. Jarvis later died at the scene, according to a news release.

The attorney general’s office is investigating the shooting. Authorities have not yet released a motive for the shooting nor have they named a suspect. No one was in custody in connection with the shooting as of Sunday afternoon, Senior Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati said during a phone interview.

On Sunday morning, the State Police Major Crime Unit had the restaurant’s parking lot cordoned off. A tarp surrounded by cars could be seen in one area. Investigators also brought in a fire truck to take aerial photos of the scene.

Although Imperial Buffet and Lounge’s restaurant was closed at 9:30 Saturday night, the adjacent bar was open when the shooting occurred, co-owner Tony Zhang said.


“I don’t even know what the hell happened out there,” Zhang said in a phone interview Sunday morning. “Nothing happened inside. It was happening in the parking lot.”

There didn’t appear to be any problems inside the bar itself, Zhang said. He was working, he said, but did not see the shooting.

Video posted on social media shows customers in the bar gathered around the window, and patrons can be heard saying they had been asked to produce identification for the police.

On the video, officers can be heard at times asking customers to remain calm as arguing breaks out.

Jarvis had been in and out of prison for much of the past two decades. In 1999, he was arrested for shoplifting, resisting arrest and attempting to escape from a hospital, where he was being treated for acute intoxication.

In a 2004 letter to a judge, Jarvis recounted a challenging childhood, one in which he learned to mask personal pain with drugs and alcohol. A 2000 substance abuse evaluation revealed he had been using drugs and drinking since age 12, according to a profile of Jarvis that was part of 2013 Concord Monitor series on a New Hampshire prison gang.

In 2005, Jarvis was arrested for kicking two Claremont police officers.

In 2008, an attempt to arrest Jarvis ended of the death of Jarvis’s father. Jarvis was suspected in an assault and stealing a Nazi flag. Police went to execute an arrest warrant for Jarvis at the home of his father, Anthony Jarvis, in Charlestown.

The younger Jarvis surrendered to police, but Anthony Jarvis was shot and killed by a state trooper during a standoff in a trailer on the property. The elder Jarvis fired a handgun as the trooper entered the trailer. The trooper, who was struck in the thigh, returned fire, killing Anthony Jarvis.

Police have identified Jarvis as a white supremacist who founded and was once president of the Brotherhood of White Warriors, New Hampshire’s only homegrown prison gang.

He and three other inmates are thought to have founded BOWW circa 2010 at the Northern New Hampshire Corrections Facility in Berlin, the Monitor reported.

Asked about the gang in 2013 during a parole board hearing, Jarvis said that he had been “a child” when the group formed and had moved on.

“And at that time, I thought it was meaningful,” he said. “I have no concern with the people in BOWW or my membership in BOWW.”

More recently, Jarvis was listed as the administrator of an online white supremacist group.

When a Valley News reporter asked last month about the Facebook group, Jarvis responded in a message, “We must secure an existence for our race and a future for Aryan children!”

On Sunday, Jarvis’s friends described him as a generous person who often defended those around him.

“He truly was a great man who stood for those who couldn’t stand alone,” said Phil Mulvey, a lifelong friend of Jarvis. “He was much more than the crazy racist many try to portray him as.”

Jarvis was the type of person who would give a stranger his last dollar, Mulvey said.

“We both had our trouble in life, but he was one of the best people I ever met,” said Andrew Conrad, who grew up in Claremont with Jarvis. “This is a real shame, nobody deserves to go out like this.”

New Hampshire’s Chief Medical Examiner Jennie Duval scheduled an autopsy for 9 a.m. Monday. Police are asking anyone with information on the shooting to contact state police Sgt. William Bright at 223-4381.

(Tim Camerato can be reached at or 603-727-3223.)

Is it time up for Derek Hay and LA Direct Models

I normally the post about about Interracial porn on here but I’m going toff topic of this blog but it does also have to do with IR and racism. But In the last 3 days since Thursday a performer name Adria Rae who have done some IR scenes for Blacked and Hush Hush has been coming out on her Twitter about her situation with her former agent Derek Hay of LA Direct models. LA Direct Model is one of the top agency in the adult industry over the past 18 year but also they are the worst. Many girls who used to be at that agency horrible stories about that place and the owner.