Brunette ends up in an extreme sado maso group sex in bondage dungeon4 minadult video
our landlord asked my wife to 'hostess' a card game in his place. I wasn't home. But from what she says, all of hr things came off and they did all of what is shown here.
Amber Heard Says A Body Double Filmed "Pornographic" Movie Scenes Without Her Consent
As we reported last year, Amber Heard is currently being sued by the producers of London Fields, an independent film which she starred in alongside Theo James, Cara Delevigne and Jaimie Alexander. The producers, Roberta and Christopher Hanley, allege in their lawsuit that Heard " Heard's complaint alleged that the actress, after reading the script, "insisted on specific restrictions about nudity and sex scenes in the film as a condition to agreeing to appear in the Movie. The body double footage included an explicit pornographic sex scene that Heard would never have agreed to do herself The scene reportedly involved Heard's police officer character and a female detainee on the hood of a car, using a police baton.
Independent culture newsletter
Amber Heard is countersuing London Field producer Christopher Hanley over the filming of explicit sex scenes with her body double. She was accused of conspiring with the film's director, Matthew Cullen, in revising the final edit and removing some of the nudity and sexually explicit scenes. But now Heard has filed a counter-claim against Hanley and his wife, the film's screenwriter Roberta Hanley, alleging that the "lascivious and sexploitive couple" made the scenes after she had finished filming, and without her knowledge. The scenes have allegedly been edited to make it look as though Heard had performed the "pornographic"sex acts, and were reportedly recorded for the Producer's Cut edition of the film.
Amber Heard Sues Over Body Double’s Explicit Sex Scenes
Amber Heard has become embroiled in a legal dispute over her latest film, London Fields. The crime thriller, based on the Martin Amis novel of the same name, stars Heard as clairvoyant and femme fatale Nicola Six, who becomes involved with three different men. However, the film may never see the light of day. The Australian actress is currently in the midst of a lawsuit with producer Christopher Hanley and his wife, Roberta Hanley, who wrote the screenplay. The cross-complaint comes as a result of a replacement body double for Heard, which had been used in the film for explicit sex scenes involving a policewoman and a detainee.
Amber Heard has filed a lawsuit against the producer of London Fields over recordings of explicit sex scenes involving the actor's body double, the Daily Mail reports. Heard is accusing Christopher Hanley, the producer of the already legally-mired film, of breaking her nudity clause by secretly using a body double to film an "explicit pornographic sex scene," according to The Hollywood Reporter. She claimed Hanley did this to deliberately mislead audiences into believing she had filmed the scene. Hanley is already suing the actor for making unauthorized changes to the script and refusing to promote the film as per her contract. London Fields , based on Martin Amis's novel, focuses on Heard's character Nicola Six, a clairvoyant femme fatale who has a premonition of her impending murder.