Did Emily Willis have sex with a dog? Porn star sues rivals over shocking FALSE claim

Porn star Emily Willis is suing her rivals for claiming that she was among the participants seen in a video engaging in dog sex


                            Did Emily Willis have sex with a dog? Porn star sues rivals over shocking FALSE claim
Emily Willis won the Female Performer of the Year award at the AVNA, considered the 'Oscars of Porn) (Instagram/Emily Willis)

Los Angeles-based porn star Emily Willis has filed a defamation suit against her industry rivals Gianna Dior and Adria Rae, for ruining her career prospects with a shocking false claim. Dior and Rae spread the rumor that Willis had participated in sex acts with a dog and it was also filmed. In fact, the duo shared the rumor on social media via tweets, thereby affecting Willis' career prospects in the adult film industry. 

According to the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, "It was a scandal, and a highly salient one, with obvious potential to destroy careers. There was considerable rumor, speculation and innuendo about the identities of the performers within the industry, including on social media." The suit further alleges that Dior and Rae "had much to gain" by naming Willis in the scandal.                                                             

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Litzy Lara Banulos uses her alias Emily Willis while performing in adult movies. The 22-year-old porn star has already emerged as one of the most promising stars as she won the top female performer of the year award at the Adult Video News Awards. Considered as the "Oscars of Porn," the AVNA award propelled Willis into further prominence as she gained over 723,000 followers on Twitter. 

Meanwhile, Dior and Rae, whose real names are Emily Katherine Correro and Kiersten Vanbelkum respectively, are no match for Willis. While the motive behind their action against Willis is not exactly known, some are of the opinion that they wanted to sabotage her soaring success. In her defamation suit, Willis explicitly mentioned how the bestiality rumor affected her career prospects. "Beyond the obvious economic harm, this was extremely embarrassing and distressing. But worse, to untold others in the industry and in the consumer base, [Willis] may never have a chance to fully clear her name," the lawsuit states. 

Willis further added how she received several calls from producers and adult industry people soon after Dior and Rae tweeted the false accusation. "Participants in the adult entertainment industry are heavy users of Twitter, which they use to communicate among themselves and with the general public," the suit mentions, indicating how quickly the rumor about Willis spread all over Twitter. 

While Dior and Rae have refrained from commenting on the lawsuit at the moment, Willis has clarified that she is seeking more than $5 million as compensatory damages and punitive damages. 

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