John Doe porn video results revealed, but porn industry denies link

NEW YORK (AP) The owner of a porn video production company who was arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a man who testified in a lawsuit against him says he doesn’t have a porn-industry connection.

John Doe, a former director of a company that produces sex-positive porn, says he has no connection to the company or its director, David J. Landon, who pleaded not guilty in Manhattan federal court.

Landon was convicted of two counts of attempted second-degree rape and one count of lewd and lascivious behavior with a minor.

The former director was convicted in January of five counts of lewdness and one charge of third-degree sex abuse of a minor in the case.

The victim testified against him.

The video Landon produced for the company’s online channel, The John Doe, was made available online and on DVD and on the company website.

It was shot in 2014 at the company office in the Brooklyn borough of New York.

It is called “The John Doe,” after the pseudonym of the man who allegedly assaulted the plaintiff.

The company declined to comment on the film or Landon’s involvement in it.

Leddon was arrested Tuesday in Brooklyn after a man filed a lawsuit alleging that Landon assaulted him in 2015.

Leddon is scheduled to appear in federal court Friday in Brooklyn.

Lofgren and two others, two porn producers and a former porn performer, pleaded not to federal charges, saying that the allegations were baseless and that the film was not part of their business.

They also said they had never met Landon and that they were not aware of any porn production company that Lofgren operated.