‘Pornstar’ Pussy Cat Stripped of $1 Million in Copyright Infringement lawsuit

In the past week, porn star Pussycat Doll was stripped of $8 million in copyright infringement suits after a judge found the video clips she was uploading in her official Twitter account were in violation of copyright law.

In the case, which began in July of last year, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California was forced to issue a preliminary injunction preventing Pornstar Doll from uploading or uploading to YouTube any more videos.

It was the first case of its kind in the U, D.C. jurisdiction, where courts have previously struck down copyright law that prevents pornographers from making and distributing their own content.

The lawsuit was filed by Pornstar and two other porn stars, and the ruling was the latest in a long line of court cases in which porn companies have been hit with lawsuits over their online activities.

But it wasn’t the first time a porn star has been held to account for their activities on social media.

In April, an Austrian woman who claimed to be a porn actor was fined and banned from posting on the web about her personal life on social networks.

The woman, Maria Fakir-Bilbrey, also went after her own employer and demanded compensation from them.

“The porn industry is an important part of my life and I believe in the right of freedom of expression and expression of my views and opinions, not because of the money I make, but because I feel it is the right thing to do,” she said.

“This is a sad situation, I have lost all my personal and social life and everything I had achieved.”

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