As news broke today from two different sources that Riley Reynolds from Hussie Models attempted to book performers during the moratorium, we found out that Hussie Models is no longer a legally licensed adult talent agency in the state of California.
Hussie Models has never been licensed in the state of Florida and has been operating there illegally, despite the fact that if busted, it is a criminal offense.
I spoke with someone from the state of Florida, their licensing division and the very nice lady who told me that Riley Reynolds did in fact attempt to file for a license but that the file is now closed. She also went on to say they do not have a specific allowance for adult talent agents. She also said that if Hussie Models attempts to act as a talent agency in the state of Florida, they will face criminal charges.
Rumor has it, things haven’t gone well for Riley Reynolds lately. First, he had to leave the Cam Soda house, then it was revealed he outed the address of the house, then last month he had to move from the apartment him and Gia Paige moved into.
Back to the moratorium, here is the tweet by a performer who used to work with Hussie Models, proving he tried to book her during the moratorium. What kind of douche bag agent does that?