Lacey Amour hits out at Travelodge after filming X-rated scenes there
Adult actress Lacey Amour hits back at Travelodge after she and 27 other porn stars filmed X-rated scenes there and says: ‘We face discrimination that other industries don’t’
- Lacey Amour, 23, from South Wales defended filming a porn video in the hotel
- Ms Amour said she did nothing wrong and that her industry faces ‘injustice’
- A group of 28 porn stars went to a Travelodge in Newcastle to film content
- The hotel giant is investigating and said they will not hesitate to take legal action
An adult actress who filmed a pornographic video in a Travelodge said she has done nothing wrong, despite the hotel giant considering legal action.
Lacey Amour, 23, from South Wales and 27 others went to a Travelodge in Cobalt Business Park, Newcastle, on December 12 last year to film content.
Bosses were outraged to discover that the group was using their hotel to film sex acts.
The hotel giant said it would not hesitate to take legal action if the investigation finds that there was a breach of its terms and conditions.
However Ms Amour said that her industry faces ‘injustice’ and ‘discrimination’ that other professions do not face.
One image showed seven women on a single bed while some models supposedly posed in the corridors and lifts
A 23-year-old adult actress named Lacey Amour (pictured) said her industry faces ‘injustice’ and ‘discrimination’
The porn stars had originally booked a £10,000 mansion nearby which had a pool and a hot tub but they were asked to leave by the owner.
After getting stuck in the snow, the group resorted to booking four double rooms, which cost £43 a night, and a family room to conduct their business.
Ms Amour told BBC News that the adult content creation industry is one of the ‘longest-running’ and that people who are involved in that line of work ‘face injustice and discrimination that other industries don’t.’
The X-rated models supposedly posed in the corridors and lifts while families stayed for weekend breaks.
However, Ms Amour said that no filming took place in public areas and that any recording had been conducted in private.
One image showed seven women on a single bed. Ms Amour told The Sun: ‘We’re just trying to do our jobs.’
A spokesperson for Travelodge said: ‘We have been made aware of an allegation that filming may have taken place in one of our hotels, without our authorisation and against the terms of our booking conditions.
‘We were not aware of this reservation as it was made online, similar to the millions of bookings made via our website.
‘We are currently conducting an investigation regarding this incident and we will have no hesitation in terminating any future bookings and taking legal action if we believe an individual is in breach of our terms and conditions.’
The group went to the Travelodge in Cobalt Business Park in Newcastle to film their content
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