Adult film actor Riley Reynolds. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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Porn King Who Starred In “Hot Girls Wanted” Accused of “Exploiting” Women

Riley Reynolds is being sued by model who claims he lied about his credentials for years.

When Hot Girls Wanted, a controversial documentary about the amateur porn industry, arrived on Netflix in 2015, a talent agent named Riley Reynolds emerged as the new face of Florida’s adult industry.

The movie, which was produced by Rashida Jones, followed a few young women as they entered the porn world. Reynolds booked the actresses through his talent agency, Hussie Models LLC, and would then put them up in his “model houses” — small, ranch-style homes in the suburbs of south Florida.

The film did not put Reynolds in the best light, and showed footage of the agent discussing his preference for teenage models he calls “teeny-boppers” and explaining that he will never run short of talent because “every day, another girl turns 18.”

However, the 29-year-old agent made it through the movie’s reception basically unscathed, reports The Daily Beast. 

But now, an adult actress who performs under the name “Lenna Lux” has filed a lawsuit that alleges Reynolds lied about his credentials. The complaint says that Reynolds, who claims to be a licensed and bonded talent agent, has never been authorized to work as an agent in Florida. Because he was unauthorized as an agent, according to the lawsuit, he should not be able to take a cut of his clients’ earnings.

Lux alleges her former rep charged her fees and left her thousands of dollars in debt.

Read the full story at The Daily Beast