Adult star Emily Willis sues rivals over claims she engaged in sex acts with dog

A porn star has filed a lawsuit against two fellow adult actresses after they allegedly posted tweets suggesting she was involved in a bestiality video involving a dog.

Emily Willis is suing Gianna Dior and Adria Rae after they falsely accused her of participating in a video where a dog had sex acts performed on it.

The rumours by the two on Twitter had reportedly been harmful and have hindered her future career prospects.

Willis, whose real name is Litzy Lara Banulos, stated in the suit that both Rae and Dior tweeted false accusations that she appeared in the video.

Dior’s initial tweet included a screenshot of a tweet by Willis after she believed an insult was directed at her.

The suit states the allegation about the sex acts on a dog came as a response to this.

Meanwhile, Rae reportedly tried to draw as much attention as possible to the accusation.

Following the allegations, she received calls from several producers and others in the porn industry asking whether they were true or not.

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According to My News LA, the suit states: "Beyond the obvious economic harm, this was extremely embarrassing and distressing.

"But worse, to untold others in the industry and in the consumer base, she may never have a chance to fully clear her name."

The suit alleges that both Dior and Rae "had much to gain" by bringing Willis into the scandal.

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Willis was awarded female performer of the year at the Adult Video News Awards, dubbed the "Oscars of porn" in January this year.

She has a huge following of 723,000 followers on Twitter, while Dior and Rae only have 414,000 and 168,000 followers.

Willis is now seeking more than $5 million in compensatory damages, plus punitive damages from the two.

Dior, whose real name is Emily Katherine Correro, and Rae, whose actual name is Kiersten Vanbelkum, have both not spoken publicly since the lawsuit was filed.

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