After the announcement that OnlyFans will be banning adult content in October, sex workers and their fans are searching for a new site to inhabit. But one of the top contenders just got re-involved with a sexual assault accusation.
When OnlyFans announced the change, many looked toward JustForFans as the new site to frequent. Seeing this, JustForFans released a statement through its official Twitter account.
“The adult industry is sadly used to companies cutting their teeth on the adult market and then abandoning them once they reach critical mass. JustFor.fans was founded and built by and for sex workers and its staff is 100% comprised of sex workers and people who have been in the porn industry for many, many years. We are a porn site. That will never change and we have no interest in ‘mainstreaming.’”
The company then added, “JustFor.fans is number two in traffic to OnlyFans, and we are well-poised to make sure adult content creators are not abandoned. We welcome them all to our website. We believe we have the most innovative platform out there, and are constantly evolving to meet the needs of our community. We welcome everyone to check us out.”
Our statement based on today’s news. pic.twitter.com/3PHKmkQ5qQ
— JustForFans (@JustForFansSite) August 19, 2021
But after JustForFans posted that statement, adult performer Tannor Reed reminded the internet that he once accused the website’s owner, Dominic Ford, of sexual assault.
“I came forward over a year ago about the owner of this company sexually assaulting me. He has been trying to sue my friend for defending me since,” Reed wrote on Twitter. “I will blame no sex worker for trying to live, but I am unable to associate with anyone who chooses to use this platform.”
Tannor Reed then added, “Additionally, no pictures or videos of me are to be published on JFF, under any circumstances. If we have filmed content together and you are switching to this site, please do not post our content. Thank you.”
Additionally, no pictures or videos of me are to be published on JFF, under any circumstances. If we have filmed content together and you are switching to this site, please do not post our content. Thank you.
— Tannor Reed (@TannorReed) August 20, 2021
Tannor Reed’s accusations against Dominic Ford started in June of last year. According to Str8UpGayPorn (caution: site NSFW), Reed detailed several experiences he had with Ford. He shared that Ford initially helped him pay off a debt that “urgently needed to be paid.” He then engaged in consensual sex with Ford in early 2019.
However, Reed also accused Ford of pressuring him to have sex and sexually assaulting him in May of 2019 while at an adult industry event in Miami, Florida. Reed also accused Ford of getting jealous and aggressive with a model that Reed was flirting with.
In response to Tannor Reed’s accusations, sex workers and Twitter users have expressed solidarity with Reed and the desire to look elsewhere.
I’ve heard a lot of bad things about them but I’ve heard customer support and pay issues with 4myFans is terrible. I’m not sure where to go now 😩
— ✨Xack Peachy 🍑 (50% OFF SALE!!!) (@xack_peachy) August 21, 2021
Shit. well fuck. Guess Ill keep looking. fucking hell.
— Ella Banana 🏳️⚧️ (@EllaBananas5471) August 21, 2021
I'm gonna try Onlybaddies bc of this. I support you and am proud of you for continuing to speak out. Solidarity
— Wren (@ComradeWren) August 21, 2021
It’s pretty fucking brave of you to stand up
— ZeFriskyDingo 1312 (@FriskyZe) August 21, 2021
I stand with you, shan’t use their platform 😿So sorry for your worries and anything that comes with this process💕
— 🔱Domina🧜🏼♀️AndrAIa🧜🏼Matrixxx🏴☠️ (@AndrAIaMatrixxx) August 22, 2021
I will never spend a penny there.
— netb4u (@netb4u1) August 21, 2021
One also brought up the fact that performer Justin Stone also accused Ford of physical and mental abuse last year.
I believe the blackmail more than the assault.
— WiredNips (@WiredNips) August 21, 2021
Did a quick Google search and there's more than one rape accusation against him 🙂
— Max 🌈 (@yourtwinkmax) August 21, 2021
Dominic Ford and JustForFans have yet to comment on the resurfaced accusations.