Sixth Woman Comes Forward To Tell Harrowing Tale Of Assault By James Deen On A Movie Set
Now there is yet a sixth former co-worker of Deen’s who claims that she too was a victim of sexual assault at his hands. Adult film actress Amber Rayne, who states that she is currently friends with Deen, says that she too was victimized by Deen early in his adult film career.
Rayne tells The Daily Beast a VERY graphic story…
“We’re friends now and I’ll sometimes bring it up as a joke and you can see it makes him physically uncomfortable when I do, so he does realize something was wrong that day,” says Rayne. “I thought it was an insecurity phase. He was just starting out, he was still a young punk kid coming in and I still didn’t know what the game was.” There’s no training in porn. It’s all on-the-job training, with few performers willing to mentor newbies.”
“We were in a piledriver, he was fucking me in the ass and I said something like, ‘Yeah fuck me like that you son of a bitch.’ His face twisted and he came down on my face two times—close-fisted,” says Rayne. “I was punched in the face while he was still in my ass and then he starts going crazy on my butt—extreme, brutally fucking it. He just starts shoving things in to the point where he ripped it and I bled everywhere. There was so much blood I couldn’t finish the scene.”
Rayne says that after the outburst the director, Chico Wang, who has since passed, had his assistant check Rayne’s injuries out in the bathroom and they determined that she needed stitches, which Rayne later received but not before finishing the scene by doing sex acts where only her face was visible.
Several years later Amber Rayne even consented to work with Deen again, but only under the supervision of a director that she trusted.
She says up until now she had chalked the whole experience up to Deen just being new to the business at the time, but with all of the recent allegations against him now believes that there might have been more to it.
“I can’t blame it on immaturity anymore. I can’t blame it on being new to the industry and being some young kid. No, you know better,” says Rayne.