INVESTIGATORS: The pressure of porn

STILLWATER, Minn. (KMSP) –

By some estimates, pornography is now a $10-billion industry in America — bigger than the NFL, NBA and MLB, but the profits sometimes come at a tragic cost.

This is a story about unforeseen consequences — about what happens when a young, impressionable woman enters a world she knows almost nothing about. Instead of getting famous, she found people turning against her. It all played out against the backdrop of social media, bullying and Internet pornography — and the tragic sequence of events began unfolding just a couple of months ago.

The first thing a person might notice about Alyssa is that she is stunningly beautiful, but she is so much more — a straight-A student, and a freshman at the University of Wisconsin’s River Falls campus with big dreams.

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“I want to be a major in biology, minor in chemistry, and I want to be an anesthesiologist,” she said while sitting on a casting couch.

Yet, it was no ordinary job interview. Taped earlier this year in Las Vegas, it was the seemingly normal prelude to a pornographic movie from a company called Casting Couch Videos. In a few minutes, Alyssa — who goes by the name “Stella” in the movie — will be seen on camera, having sex with a total stranger.

“I’m Stella Ann. I’m 18, from Minnesota, and I’m really looking forward to get started,” she said.

Just a few days after that video was posted online, Alyssa began getting taunting messages on Twitter and Facebook — mostly from old classmates at Stillwater High School, where students were abuzz and they were not kind.

Students huddled around their phones in the cafeteria, looking at the video. One student sent a tweet that said, “Wow your a thot” — slang for a prostitute — “Does her dad know?”

Another wrote, “Nothing brings a school together like a porn star who graduated last year. I guess you could say news spreads fast here at Stillwater hahah.”

Alyssa responded with her own tweets, “famous for dayzzz” and “pornstar status, a-okay” — but everything was not okay. Two weeks after the video was posted on

line, on April 14, Alyssa bought a 12-gauge shotgun, drove to a picturesque boat landing on Big Carnelia Lake and killed herself. She was only 19 years old…..

 

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INVESTIGATORS: The pressure of porn

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