Wednesday, November 17, 2010
My own Press Release
In January of 2010 I signed a one year contract with Metro Talent in L.A. and my agent was Roxy. In April of 2010, Roxy and I had a minor misunderstanding. From that point on Roxy was not holding up her end of the contract and therefore I decided to quit porn for a while. After 4 months of no work, my contract with Roxy became in void. During those 4 month I was not offered any work, I was taken off the agency site, I never received a phone call or email. In September of 2010 I signed a 6 month contract with OCModeling and my agent was Phil Mack. I was very excited about signing with them, and looked forward to doing business. Phil sounded like he knew what he was doing, and promised to make lots of money together. After the first month, I wasn't booking and Phil told me I needed a transformation and I needed to lose 10 lbs before he would attempt to book me. After the second month I made under $1000, and was booking more work myself than Phil was. I asked my agent to please render copies of my DVD's (which is part of his job) and he stated he was too busy with the other models. After a third time being told Phil was too busy with other things, I became doubtful of Phil's intentions and capabilities. In October of 2010 Metro Talent's lawyer sent OCModeling a letter stating I was still under contract with them. OCModeling removed me from their site and released me from contract without even notifying me ---highly unprofessional. I am officially a "free agent" released from both Metro and OCModeling, and couldn't be happier. I feel both agencies were unprofessional, deceiving, and neither have a good reputation. That being said, I certainly don't want to be represented by either, and happy I was released from OC. I look forward to being able to work again, and feel that I don't need the extra drama and stress of an agent.