Last Friday, ATMLA (which stands for Ass-To-Mouth-Less-Ass), a southern California adult talent management agency that represents some sweet lookin' bizzos and a fella named Jay Voom, reported that private personal information about some of their clients had been, "illegally removed" from their office.
We're not sure what the difference between, "illegally removed" and "stolen" is exactly but we're sure it's really interesting. Nevertheless, somebody named Mark Schechter is pissed and is planning to take legal action on someone. AVN.com reports the entire hubbaloo over here.
Fortunately, it sounds as tho the person who "illegally removed" the files isn't a very good thief. Schechter says that he is confident the the data has not been posted publicly or used in a way that would...well, make the theft worthwhile. Instead, Schechter suggests that the "illegal removal" was more of an attempt to disrupt ATMLA's business.
So, Illegal Remover, if business disruption was your goal, sweet job. But, for those of us who were dying to get this broad Michelle McClaren's real name and social security number, we're pretty bummed.
But then again, there's always this: