A group of adult entertainers is suing Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, alleging the social media company’s bosses took bribes to limit web traffic to an adult video site that competes with OnlyF. The actors have presented new evidence in California federal court to support their claims, including what they believe is an executive-to-executive recommendation.
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The entertainers, who each claim to have lost at least tens of thousands of dollars in revenue through the purported scheme, filed a class-action lawsuit in February alleging that Meta and OnlyF’ parent company, Fenix International, secretly collaborated to help the latter dominate the online adult entertainment industry.
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