HOAX ALERT: Diver Claims Viral Porn Star Shark Bite Video was Staged

This porn star really was faking it.

Joshua Rhett Miller reports: A veteran shark diver claims the viral video featuring a porn star being attacked by a shark during a promo shoot last week was faked for publicity, RealClearLife.com reported.

Bryce Rohrer, owner and operator of Florida Shark Diving, said adult film actress Molly Cavalli wasn’t really attacked by a lemon shark off the coast of Florida during a promotional video for sex cam website CamSoda — and claimed they staged the stunt to get their name in the news.

“[Molly] said ‘we want to do a film shoot with a few scantily-clad women diving with sharks,’ and we were kin fog skeptical of even that,” Rohrer told the website. “Then once we started getting the facts of what they actually wanted to do … we declined.”

Rohrer claims Cavalli laid out her plans in a string of text messages, saying she wanted to stage the shark attack to make the clip go viral.

Rohrer claims Cavalli sent him this text message detailing her plan to stage an injury from a shark attack.

Rohrer claims Cavalli sent him this text message detailing her plan to stage an injury from a shark attack.

“She basically spelled out, ‘We want to do this fake bite, this is what we want it to look like,’” Rohrer said.

Darren Press, CamSoda’s vice president, later said in a statement that Cavalli was bitten as she swam near the surface. Read the rest of this entry »

[VIDEO] OUCH! Porn Star Bitten by Shark During Underwater Shoot

TMZ reports that the adult film star was dropped underwater in a shark cage wearing nothing but a white swimsuit. Cavalli’s presence in the water apparently attracted a ten-foot lemon shark.In a video which can be seen below, the actress panics as the shark attacks her and can be seen moments later holding her bleeding ankle. An image posted by TMZ shows the actress sustained a gruesome gash … (read more)

Source: breitbart.com

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