You guys are all very "brave" to set up a public thread to bash models for their behaviour.
Especially since they can not defend themselves, in other words we only hear one side of the story. Even if it is true that some models let down their agency, we can not judge them here because in most cases, it has something to do with their private lives as well. Do they have psychological problems? We don't know.
Do they have a dominant boyfriend or loverboy who doesn't let her go to a shooting for whatever reason? We don't know.
Did somebody from her family suddenly die? We don't know.
Do they maybe have a disagreement with their agent which leads to the agent coming here to talk bad about the model? We don't know.
Did she had two bookings at the same time because of her popularity so that she had to cancel the other? We don't know.
First of all, the models are not a "product" or "company" that you can review online so that others can see if this "product" is reliable. They are human beings. Speaking for myself, I am shivering already when I think of the idea that all my former employers would team up on internet to speak publicly about all the things that got wrong with me or why I have left their company, because it will only be their side of the story, and as we all know on internet forums, people will mostly talk about the negative sides and not about the positive, so most probably it will result in a bunch of negative accusations amplifying each other into a cesspool like this. After all everybody has negative business experiences in their lives, nobody will come out flawless
But there's another thing. These girls are known all over the internet, and fans from all over the world are Googling their names to find out more about them. So already WITHOUT this defamatory thread they are very vulnerable. The model agents however can talk freely about them here, because they are not well-known, nobody recognizes their faces when they walk in the streets, so that's different. In every company it happens that people get fired and money is wasted, that's the risk when you become an entrepreneur. Just fire the person and go on I would say, instead of slandering about them afterwards on internet as a revenge. Most of the models are 18-23 years old and have very few experience, they left school or university and this is their first job. Don't expect them to immediately master all the ethics of business. A 21 year old girl is still a girl, it's a myth that they are all 100% business women in one or two years. They will learn along the way. When I was 21 I also made mistakes like this. If there was a list on internet available for employers to check out what their future employee did when (s)he was 21, I'm sure many of them would take another person, even if it's 15 years later and the person has 15 years more of life experience.
I'm happy that we live in a world where people have the freedom to change their lives, move to other cities, abandon their old friends, and build up a new and better life without being reminded all the time of the mistakes they made when they were young. But for a porn star it's not so easy to find another regular job like for others, and with this thread it will make it almost IMPOSSIBLE for her. Because firstly, when she's known all over the internet for her porn work, she will not so easy find a regular job, and secondly, if she also gets a bad name in the porn industry ITSELF (regardless if this is her own fault or not) this will lead to a situation where she can possibly only find work in prostitution or worse. So if you have some sense of responsibility as grown up adults it will be better to get rid of this thread, because I seriously think it can destroy people's careers, and as a result of that, their lives.
Finally, I have nothing against speaking publicly about models on internet, because after all they made the choice themselves to be famous and the consequences are that people talk about them on internet and the videos that they starred in.
But the problem is, that the things discussed here are personal problems between an employer and an employée that should be discrete and stay behind closed doors. It's none of our business if a model calls sick for her work!
And I'm sure that they don't want to talk about it publicly on a forum too, and that's exactly why she can not defend herself! Otherwise she would be forced to talk about her private life here, to us!
That's why I think that this topic can destruct the lives of young girls, which they don't deserve. Even more, I would say we should be thankful that they are still willing to do this work. We, the agents who can run a company thanks to them, or we, the viewers, who enjoy the movies they star in. After all the girls are the first and most important reason why this business exists at all