Why This Popular Amateur Porn Star Just Got Kicked Off JustForFans

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In a first for the platform, and likely for the fan-site genre, JustFor.Fans has announced that it will be removing an account from its service for controversial tweets.

“Weaponizing someone’s mental health, addiction struggles, etc. is uncalled for and crosses a line,” Dominic Ford, who founded the company in February 2018, said in a statement posted to the company’s Twitter account. “And it was the last straw (of many, many straws). Our goal is not to overly police our community, but there are certain things we will not tolerate. And constantly spewing hate and attacking other members of our community is simply not acceptable. We have removed @BigCMen for JustFor.Fans.”

 

 

Run by “Cory” and his husband “Jared Tyler,” the BigCMen page was one of the highest performing accounts on JustFor.Fans. A cameo appearance on their feed (of which there were many) could launch or mint a performer’s amateur career, according to performers we’ve spoken to. Just today, Cory tweeted that the pair had 1,348 fans each paying $14.99 and would “make almost $20,000 this month.” And yet, the pair took a sometimes combative approach on social media frequently calling out studios as well as others in the porn industry. When photos surfaced with the two alongside Trump imagery, aligning themselves as supporters who voted for him, they were also criticized. Cory has since specified that they no longer support Trump.

But Sunday, studio performer Dolf Dietrich posted a photo of Cory and Jared in a series of images. “Well know (sic) admitted and proud Trump supporters..” he wrote on Twitter. “Also gay and/or bisexual men who make a living (At least partial) from the gay adult entertainment industry.”  Cory eventually responded calling Dieitrich “GUTER TRASH” and a “Pathetic Sex Worker.”

“So much Hatred & Bitterness on Twitter stemming from Miserable Models,” he wrote. “@DolfDietrch exemplifies the cliche in today’s latest episode. Depressed, Suicidal? Model lashes out to make themselves feel better. It’s like scratchin an itch, but we all have freedom of choice!” The latter post, which has now been deleted but has been since posted to Dietrich’s own page, included screenshots of Dietrich’s old tweets where he discussed his history of mental illness and depression. Other tweets from the thread remained. “Last time a certain ‘Sober’ Director lashed out at me … I find out the NEXT DAY she was found OD’d unconscious in her Hotel Room by the Maid,” he also wrote.

As the conversation continued, many other were pulled into the fray. Today, responding to performer Nick Capra (who said he had “deep insecurities and delusions of grandeur,”) Cory tweeted Capra was “fresh out of Recovery, OPENLY struggling w/ Sobriety.” Ford confirmed to Out that this was the final straw.

“Your last payment will be next week,” Ford said according to screenshots Cory posted to Twitter after alerting him that the account was closed. The performer referenced Lukas Daken who was flying in from the Netherlands in order to make content for the page on his own dime.

“So his trip will b ruined,” Cory wrote.

“You should have thought of that,” Ford responded.

“I’m an American,” Cory replied. Indeed. Cory has since announced his own site and “exclusive brand” coming soon.

“The community we are trying to build does not have room for this kind of bullying and harassment,” Ford wrote in his statement. “We hope never to do something like this again.” He clarified that subscribers to BigCMen will have access to the uploaded content through the last month but it will be closed to new subscribers. The statement ended by forwarding anyone who suffers from depression or suicidal thoughts to the Trevor Project.

 

 

“Much love to our LGBT community of sex workers,” he wrote. “We love you all.”

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