28 October 2015
Over in the USA an ex boxer who appeared in a gay porno movie claims he was drugged and violated by the adult film company who produced the video and forgot everything about it.
Yusaf Mack, a father of 10, says he was under financial duress when an adult film company reached out to him on Facebook to make him an offer to perform in one of their videos. Mack says he agreed to perform in the video. But Mack claims he was under the assumption it was to be a heterosexual adult film. The actual video Mack took part in, either knowingly or not, is reported to be a “graphic” threesome between Mack and two other men.
"Sometime in June – he can’t recall exactly when – Mack boarded a train to New York City and made his way to an address in the Bronx. Once inside the apartment where the filming was to take place, he noticed a number of naked women walking around.
“I think, ‘It’s about to go down.’ I needed a drink or something,” Mack told me over the phone. “They gave me a pill and a shot of vodka. I took the pill down with the vodka.”
The next thing he can recall is being on a train at 30th Street Station and someone telling him to wake up.
“I don’t remember getting on the train,” he said.
But Mack did later notice that he had $4,500 tucked inside his pocket.
Mack says that he didn’t think of the incident until he was pulled asided by friends who told him about the video. He insisted, “That ain’t me. I don’t remember that.” His friends ultimately convinced him that it was him in the video, though he has never actually seen it. The production company in question, DogpoundUSA.com, did not reply to Philly.com’s emails or Tweets.
Throughout the ‘controversy’, Mack has stated that he is not attracted to men:
“All my real friends who really know me, know I like females. I’m still me. You’ve got to realize that the ones that are not really talking to me are the ones that probably have skeletons in their closets. My whole life, I’ve been what they call a whoremonger. I love females.”
Mack claims he is planning a lawsuit against DogpoundUSA.com, but he has been unable to locate the individual who initially hired him because he says he can’t remember his Facebook password, so, he can’t get in touch with them.