Claire Lovering is one of the more notorious gay porn stars of her generation.
She has been arrested for soliciting sex with a 14-year-old boy in his home, and is now in jail for solicits with an undercover police officer.
Lovering’s arrest comes after a number of men in the porn industry have come forward with stories of being sexually assaulted, and she is one in particular.
She was arrested in 2014, for having sex with an 18-year old man in a hotel room.
Now in jail, Lovering claims she only knew the man was 14 when she went into the room.
The two were chatting in the hotel room when Lovering suddenly began rubbing her genitals against him.
The boy was able to put her down on the bed, and Lovering got on top of him and began to suck on his penis.
“She told me she felt sick.
She said she wanted to kill herself,” Lovering said.
“I don’t think I was aware of it at the time.”
Lovering says she started masturbating as soon as she was able, but was shocked when the 14-day old boy started crying and said he wanted to die.
The teenager said he was afraid to tell his parents about the incident.
Loverings husband and her partner of six years, Michael De Silva, told news.com.au: “She kept saying ‘I’m going to kill myself, I’m going go to my death’.
She kept telling me, ‘I need you to stop hurting me, you can’t hurt me, I don’t need to be hurt’.” Lovering was arrested after the teenager called police and reported the incident, but Lovering maintains she only asked for him to stop.
“That was the only time I ever asked him to take his pants off,” she said.
Loverngs arrest comes a year after a video surfaced of Lovering and De Silva having sex in a motel room.
“We were just talking about my relationship and I said, ‘Oh my God, what are you doing with my girlfriend’s boyfriend?'”
De Silva said.
When the video came out, Loverings arrest was widely condemned by many, including her husband, who had previously defended her actions.
Loveringer says she was “horrified” by the situation, and has since taken legal action against the man in question.
She believes he is now free of criminal charges.
Loverling’s case has led to the creation of the Australian National Police Professional Standards Board, which is investigating claims she engaged in inappropriate behaviour.
“This was an unfortunate situation, but not the kind of situation I want to see happen to anyone,” a spokesman for the board said.
Police have been contacted for comment.
“Claire’s story is shocking and I hope it helps to get more women and men to come forward and speak out about their experiences,” said Detective Sergeant Tim Denton, from the Victoria Police Sex Crimes Squad.
“A number of these young men are looking for support and hope that it will bring them some kind of resolution.”