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  • Ellie-Jean Coffey opened up about the horrific abuse she endured in the surfing industry
  • The former pro surfer said she had to undergo “extensive, intensive therapy” to cope with the trauma
  • Coffey launched an X-rated personal website, charging subscribers $10 a month for adult content 

Former professional surfer Ellie-Jean Coffey shocked sports fans when she launched a personal X-rated website. Recently, she also opened up about the terrifying abuse she suffered in the surfing industry.

In an interview with News.com.au, the Australian adult star spoke up about what she endured before her career switch. Coffey initially thought she was “the luckiest girl in the world” after her dream of becoming a pro surfer came true, but this excitement vanished when she discovered the “darker side” of the industry.

“The abuse, both mentally and physically, I endured during my teenage years far away from home with adults in positions

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Channel Surfing Across the Internet

May 2, 2020 | internet | No Comments

The advent of broadband, high speed Internet access in millions of homes has introduced the use of video over those networks as a mainstream digital reality and led to the creation of phenomena such as YouTube. It has also baffled the television and movie corporate powers, who can’t decide whether to sue online video sites or learn to use them as new channels for distribution of their products. In fact, some of each is occurring.

The movie companies are much touchier about the Internet, as evidenced by the one billion dollar lawsuit filed by Viacom against Google – now the owner of YouTube. NBC TV on the other hand, has looked to use the Internet in creative and productive ways.

Perhaps the most intriguing example is the sitcom “Nobody’s Watching”, a TV pilot that was developed for WB Television and ultimately rejected. But when the pilot leaked onto YouTube, its … Read More