JUST AN EARLY MORNING THOUGHT, BUT HASN’T EVERY WOMAN WHO HAS IS AND WILL WORK IN PORNO BEEN EXPLOITED AT SOME TIME OR ANOTHER? IT’S GOOD TO KNOW JENNA’S NOT LETTING IT HAPPEN TO HER ANYMORE
Literary porn star Jenna Jameson has launched a very odd online crusade against her blog designer, claiming the poor fellow – whose Web moniker is AmoreItaliano – has been exploiting her and her friends for fame and fortune.
The 31-year-old Jameson, author of the 2004 best-seller "How to Make Love Like a Porn Star," as well as the female lead in such classics as "I Love Lesbians" and "Blown Away," has posted warnings on her myspace.com profile about the Web designer, whom she identifies as "A.J."
"I have been having major issues with this guy," she wrote last week. "[He’s] asking all of my friends to add him [to their myspace.com profiles], and mooching money from friends of mine."
Jameson – who notes in her own myspace.com profile that she’s "married," "bi" and makes an annual salary of "$250,000 and higher" – also posted an E-mail from a friend who claims that A.J. is trying to use his Jenna connections to break into the hard-core industry.
Jameson’s pal warned: "My friends and I have been receiving messages from him for over two weeks now about how he’d love us to become Adult Stars … and that you would be willing to sponsor the costs of getting our faces out there. … Who knows how many other people he’s made promises to under your name?"
Reached over AOL Instant Messenger, the notorious A.J. attributed the spat to a "technological misunderstanding." "Jenna and I have talked things out and have resolved all misunderstandings," he messaged, refusing to give his name. "A post like that, promising money from [Jameson’s Internet porn company] Club Jenna, or sponsorships was never made by me and Jenna knows this."
Jameson’s agent didn’t return detailed messages.