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TORONTO – The star of a Canadian reality TV series about the Internet porn industry faces two criminal charges.
Jordan Lampert, 32, who appeared in the third season of the Showcase Webdreams series, on Monday was charged by the Toronto Police Services’ Sex Crimes Unit with sexual assault and gang sexual assault. Update: The charges later were dropped.
Also facing the same charges is Joshua Raskin, 32, after he and Lampert allegedly picked up a 19 year-old woman at a Toronto nightclub on Friday, March 30, and returned that night to Lampert’s downtown home where both men are accused of sexually assaulting the woman. Update: The charges later were dropped.
“Police are concerned the accused allegedly surreptitiously video−recorded their interactions with women,” Toronto Police Services said in a press release.
The sexual assault investigation remains open as Toronto Police believe more victims are possible.
Webdreams, produced by Montreal-based Galafilm, captures “the glitter and grime” of the Internet porn business, according to the Showcase cable channel website.
Nov. 11 4:07 p.m. Updated to indicate the charges were dropped.
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