Kink.com, a popular adult content producer, has issued a statement in response to an incident that took place on a shoot by one of its content partners, Clarion Alley.
Performer Alexis Tae raised concerns about the work conditions on the set via Twitter last week, alleging that a performer had been suspended in bondage for several minutes after requesting release. Kink.com’s statement confirmed that the incident occurred and that an investigation is ongoing.
The company has apologized for the unacceptable events that took place on the shoot, stating that the head of production has been let go and that Kink.com will no longer work with the director of the shoot. Kink.com has also pledged to take steps to ensure that such incidents never occur again and to prioritize the safety and well-being of its models. To this end, the company has enlisted John Paul, a Kink.com director known for his emphasis on model safety and consent practices, to review and audit all of its production processes.
Kink.com emphasized that the trust and safety of its models is of the utmost importance, and that it takes any safety violations seriously. The company has also stated that it is in contact with the model involved in the incident to rectify the situation.