The Producer Of ’2 Girls 1 Cup’ Is Going To Prison

The Producer Of ’2 Girls 1 Cup’ Is Going To Prison
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Ira Isaacs, 61, was sentenced to a four-year prison term on Wednesday for producing and distributing fetish porn videos that included the infamous 2 Girls 1 Cup.

He was convicted of five felony obscenity charges at a jury trial in federal court in Los Angeles last April.

In addition to the term, Isaacs has been ordered to pay a $10,000 fine, according to a press release released by The Justice Department.

Though it was said to be the last remaining porn case pending in the federal system, it took three trials to get Isaacs, a self-described “shock artist,” convicted. The first resulted in a mistrial due to publicity about the judge, while the second mistrial was due to a hung jury.

Not only was this the nastiest video we have ever seen but the fact that these two girls are actually still out there and kissing guys with those mouths is beyond us.

Preston Waters | Elite. 

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