Porn star Emily Willis sues over alleged dog-sex tweets

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A Los Angeles porn star has filed a defamation lawsuit against two industry rivals who claimed she was filmed engaging in sex acts with a dog.

Emily Willis, whose real name is Litzy Lara Banulos, alleges in her suit filed against Gianna Dior and Adria Rae that the women tanked her future career prospects by falsely accusing her of taking part in the bestiality video on social media, My News LA reported.

“There was considerable rumor, speculation and innuendo about the identities of the performers within the industry, including on social media,” says Willis’ suit, which was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday. “It was a scandal, and a highly salient one, with obvious potential to destroy careers.”

Dior, whose real name is Emily Katherine Correro, and Rae, whose actual name is Kiersten Vanbelkum, allegedly both tweeted that Willis was one of the women featured in the video making the rounds online.

Emily Willis won female performer of the year in January’s “Oscars of porn.”
Emily Willis Instagram

The suit alleged that the women “had much to gain” by drawing Willis into the scandal.

Willis — who won female performer of the year in January at the Adult Video News Awards, which is considered the “Oscars of porn” — has about 723,000 Twitter followers, while Dior and Rae have about 414,000 and 168,000 followers, respectively, according to the suit.

Gianna Dior's real name is Emily Katherine Correro.
Gianna Dior’s real name is Emily Katherine Correro.
Gianna Dior Twitter

“Participants in the adult entertainment industry are heavy users of Twitter, which they use to communicate among themselves and with the general public,” the suit says.

Willis claimed that after the pair tweeted the false accusation, she received calls from several producers and others within the industry asking her about it.

According to the law suit, Adria Rae falsely accusing Willis of taking part in the bestiality video on social media.
According to the lawsuit, Adria Rae falsely accusing Willis of taking part in the bestiality video on social media.
Adria Rae Instagran

“Beyond the obvious economic harm, this was extremely embarrassing and distressing,” the suit said. “But worse, to untold others in the industry and in the consumer base, [Willis] may never have a chance to fully clear her name.”

Willis is seeking more than $5 million in compensatory damages, plus punitive damages.

Dior and Rae couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.

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