Class Action Lawsuit Targets Another Porn Giant for Child Sex Trafficking

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Another major online porn company is under fire, accused of hosting and profiting from child sex trafficking videos.

A Jane Doe video of a 14-year-old girl is the cornerstone of the class-action lawsuit filed by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation and other survivor-oriented law firms in California.

The center is accusing the company known as XVideos as well as its parent company WebGroup Czech Republic of selling, publishing and distributing the video on its websites.

The lawsuit says the company took no measures to verify the age or identity of the victim in question. As a result, the video depicting the girl in sex acts with adults has been shared around the world.

"XVideos not only violated the law by hosting Jane Doe's child sexual abuse material, it profited from her abuse given that each image and video of her was monetized," NCOSE senior legal counsel Dani Pinter said in a statement to The Christian Post. "This cannot be allowed to stand and remain unchallenged. Victims of childhood sexual abuse such as Jane Doe unequivocally deserve justice."

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