GOP Lawmaker Shoots A Porno Then Assaults Film Maker For Bad Video

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Learning that Mr. Trump was at the core of a scandal involving an affair with pornographic film star Stormy Daniels after his son was born should be enough to wake up Americans as to the president’s true persona, but it didn’t appear to deter many of his supporters. The recent nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court also speaks volumes about the party of “family values.”

On Tuesday, it was reported that New Hampshire state Congressman Frank Sapareto (R) has been accused of assaulting porn producer Jonathan Carter. According to The New York Times:

‘A New Hampshire state lawmaker producing and starring in a porn film assaulted his business partner in California after he felt his scenes didn’t go well, according to a civil lawsuit filed by the partner.’

According to The Times:

‘Jonathan Carter filed the suit Friday in Southern California seeking unspecified damages following a June incident that he claims involved state Rep. Frank Sapareto. Sapareto has denied the allegations and said he is the victim of an extortion attempt.’

When Sapareto was in California in June, police issued a citation for a misdemeanor battery investigation, but prosecutors declined to file charges because of insufficient evidence.

The Times reported:

‘The civil suit said that Carter, 38, and Sapareto, 58, formed a partnership to make adult movies and Sapareto would star in the first film.

‘It said Sapareto filmed scenes for the movie in California but became upset with how they went and the next day went to Carter’s home and hit him in the head, face and body. Carter claims he suffered a concussion.’

Sapareto has denied knowing Carter or having any business with the adult film industry. In a phone interview Friday, he said:

‘I don’t know what you’re talking about.

‘Wow, that’s a great story. I haven’t heard that one. I thought we were all done going after men.’

On Monday, Sapareto said that he joined with Carter and invested nearly $5,000 to make tourism videos. He claimed that he got concerned when Carter told him he was involved in an insurance fraud case and knew people involved in porn movies.

Sapareto denied assaulting Carter and said he dropped off cameras he had bought for the business venture at Carter’s home. He said:

‘I said, here is the equipment, everything is fine, goodbye, and shook hands and that’s it. I trusted him and I should never have done that, obviously. In today’s age, all it takes is an accusation — everybody is guilty now. He knows that, so he figured, “I am going to finish this guy’s career.”‘

Carter has not contacted Sapareto since the assault and said that the suit seeks unspecified punitive damages and “reaches a new level of needing to deter others, especially in high office.”

Carter’s attorney Eric Dubin says that he has about seven hours of footage for a film that purported to tell the story of an apocalypse with adult film actresses searching for the last remaining man.

The police report provided by Dubin says that Sapareto met Carter online under a different name while seeking a business partner to make a pornographic film.

Twitter had something to say about this too:

Featured image is a screenshot from YouTube

 

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