Porn studio Evil Angel and distributor Gamma Entertainment will immediately all content from producer Jay Sin. In a statement Tuesday evening, both parties announced this news. You can read their full statements below.
“Recently Jay Sin was convicted and imprisoned for “Access with Intent to View Child Pornography, in violation of Title 18 of the United States Code – Section 2252 (a) (4) (B).”
Evil Angel has decided to remove all Jay Sin’s content from our online distribution. A conviction of a sexually related crime is against the ethics of Evil Angel. I was informed of his indictment, conviction, and incarceration over the weekend and that was confirmed to me yesterday.
Jay Sin’s conviction is not related to any content distributed by Evil Angel. None of it was involved with, or contains, any criminal activity.
The details on how to handle content from Jay Sin that has been marketed by Evil Angel customers, either through the Internet or by DVD, can be worked out by calling Alexandra Kelley in the Evil Angel offices email@example.com or by emailing me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.“
And this is the official statement from Gamma Entertainment:
“After having been informed that producer ‘Jay Sin’ was convicted and imprisoned for “Access with Intent to View Child Pornography, in violation of Title 18 of the United States Code – Section 2252(a)(4)(B)”, the management at Gamma Entertainment has unanimously decided to remove all Jay Sin’s content from their platforms.
Gamma insists that Jay Sin’s actions were committed outside of the professional activities related to Gamma Entertainment, and his actions were unrelated to any content distributed by Gamma.
As an industry leader, Gamma Entertainment lives up to their values and ensures the safety of their performers, employees, and their collaborators. Consequently, Gamma Entertainment has zero-tolerance towards any form of sexual assault or harassment.
“We wish to thank our employees, clients, and community for their constant support.” Gamma Entertainment“