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Landlords are discriminating against porn stars. Is it legal? Adult film actresses say they face backlash over their career choice

Aurora Snow and apartments in the San Fernando Valley (credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Adult film stars say they often get screwed when it comes to finding housing.

Adult-film actress Aurora Snow claims she and others face discrimination from landlords due to their line of work, Inman reported.

“I was young, had great credit and plenty of money, and had even agreed to put down three times the deposit,” Snow wrote in an op-ed for the The Daily Beast. “B爱上海

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ut it wasn’t enough. He grilled me about my employers in person, demanded to know why I did ‘it,’ and wanted to know how I could ‘live with myself.’”

Dani Vespoli, a 15-year veteran of the adult film industry, sa新上海贵族宝贝论坛

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id her landlord altered here lease to make sure no adult content would be filmed in her home. And dominatrix Evelyn Milano said that when it came time to sell her home, the buyer insisted on a reduction because Mi上海贵族宝贝论坛

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lano had filmed adult videos there.

“People have sex in houses all the time, how is that any different than porn?” Milano asked.

Katie Johnson, general counsel for the National Association of Realtors, said the 1968 Fair Housing Act “protects individuals from discrimination based on seven identified classes, and occup上海龙凤论坛

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ation is not currently among the list of protected classes.” [Inman] – Rich Bockmann

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