Porn Industry Uses Airbnb, Rental Houses for Filming
Nearly four years after Los Angeles County passed new requirements for pornographic performers, the porn industry has spread to nearby counties like Ventura County — and much of that filming is happening in residents’ homes with or without their knowledge, the NBC4 I-Team has learned.
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