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Business Booms for Jewish Porn King James Deen After Abuse Scandal

Scandal-scarred porn star James Deen is proving true that old adage that there’s no such thing as bad publicity.

A lot of people thought his career would be over after several women late last year accused him of rape and sexual assault — allegations he vigorously denied.

Porn producers turned their back on him, his legions of female fans took to social media to tear him down, and he even lost his job as a columnist for The Frisky, a women’s lifestyle website.

It turns out reports of Deen’s demise were greatly exaggerated.

The website Vocativ found that, at least by the numbers, Deen is more popular than ever.

The number crunchers report:
— After the first allegations were made in late November, searches for “James Deen” on the porn site xHamster tripled.
— Deen released 38 movies in the 100 days before the scandal broke and 45 in the 100 days after.
— Deen’s production company increased its share of the porn business from 13.2 to 17.8 percent.

“James is continuing to perform in scenes for other companies the same amount as he was before,” the Jewish porn king’s big bucks spokesman Howard Bragman said. “Any defections were made up by new partnerships and his business is growing as it has been for a number of years.”

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