Hollywood is on the verge of becoming a place where the people who make porn are accused of failing to deliver on time.
On Tuesday, pornhub reported that its agent, Brooke Johnson, had been accused of “failing to deliver porn” on time after she allegedly told her husband she was “not doing it.”
Johnson allegedly made the statement during a Skype call in December, which was recorded by a pornhub employee.
The woman who made the recording has since posted the conversation, which allegedly shows Johnson saying “we don’t do it [porn] yet” and that she “just need to be careful” with “some of the porn I’m doing.”
She is also accused of telling the pornhub employees she had to take a leave of absence and “work from home.”
In response, Johnson allegedly said she was taking a “long vacation” to work from home and that her husband “needed to see me sooner rather than later.”
Johnson, who was previously an agent for adult movie site Vivid Entertainment, said that while she would not comment on the allegations, she would say she “would like to clarify that I am an extremely busy person, which means that I have to take time off for family and work.
The last thing I need is to be accused of faking this situation, which is what I did.”
She later posted a statement on Instagram saying she was sorry and “deeply regretful” for “the negative impact on our family, our home, and our work.”
The statement did not mention the alleged Skype call.
Johnson also reportedly said that she was on “a family vacation,” but was “totally fine” on Tuesday.
Johnson did not respond to The Huffington Post’s request for comment.
A spokesperson for Pornhub did not immediately respond to a request for additional comment.