Ex-Porn Star’s Five-Year-Old Son Banned From Christian School Because Of Porn Past With Jenna Jameson
Talk about the past coming back to haunt you. Stories like this just make my blood boil. Jay Grdina is Jenna Jameson’s former husband. The two married in 2002 and created “Club Jenna” in 2002, a huge porn empire that they sold to Playboy for a reported $25 mil. They divorced in 2006.
With a good bit of cash in the bank, Grdina moved to Scottsdale, Arizona and settled down with supermodel Erin Naas. They couple had two sons. He Grdina runs a hangover remedy/energy drink company called NOHO.
Now he’s back in the news thanks to the pretentious, un-Christian admission standards of a “Christian” school where he wanted to send his five-year-old son, Jayden, to kindergarten. Because of his dad’s porn industry past, Jayden is not allowed to attend the school, according to a report by TMZ. Here’s the TLDR from Fox 10 Phoenix:
Scottsdale Christian Academy started school last week, but 5-year-old Jayden already missed his first day of kindergarten. His family says the day before; they got a letter from the school telling them he was not welcome because of his father’s past in the porn industry.
The family says they started the application nearly a year ago in December and had no issues with the school. After multiple interviews their son was accepted, but then days before school was to start they got an e-mail saying their son couldn’t attend, because of Grdina’s family business. The letter said it violated the schools rules.
Currently, Grdina runs an energy drink company; it’s advertised as a drink to prevent hangovers. Before that, he ran a successful porn company with his ex-wife Jenna Jameson. The ex-couple reportedly sold the company to Playboy for 25 million dollars.
“I didn’t think it would be an issue, I had three nephews attend the school, and two that graduated with top honors so I really didn’t think it would be an issue, especially with my son. I mean we went through the full interview process, we started in December of last year I mean they had plenty of time to do their background research,” said Jay Grdina.
FOX 10 asked the school for comment, but as it is a holiday weekend, no one replied by the time of this broadcast. The family says they plan to sue.
I’m sure they don’t stand a chance in court since a private school can basically tell anyone to fuck off, but seriously, how pompous? Dude is just trying to give his son a good life and they throw skeletons from his past in his face. I feel for the guy.