By Brian S. Gross
(Montreal, QC / March 21, 2018) — Pure Taboo presents the release of its latest scorching forbidden-themed scene, The Sting, now available exclusively at PureTaboo.com.
Gina Valentina plays a call girl who is brought to a dingy motel by her latest customer (Charles Dera). The man at the front desk (Michael Vegas) side-eyes their presence and reminds them – NO SOLICITATION!
Turns out, Gina is caught in a trap – a sting operation where her only way out is to use her body to pay the two-man toll, which includes two separate boy-girl scenes in one, including a double creampie, rough sex and deep-throating that takes this teen call girl to her very limits.
“I took a note here… ‘Will do anything’, says Michael, menacingly. “That is what you’re going to do…”
Bree Mills, who directed the moody scene with Craven Moorehead, said, “Gina did an amazing job – not just in her performances with Charles and Michael, but in her acting, the suspense, the fear… and fans will love that it’s two scenes in one.”
The trailer and full scene are available at puretaboo.com/The-Sting. Go to PureTaboo.com’s official cast page to find out more about Gina Valentina.
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ABOUT PURE TABOO:
Launched in September 2017, PureTaboo is the latest studio operated by the Gamma Films Group, the production arm of adult company Gamma Entertainment. Helmed by XBIZ and AVN award-winning director Bree Mills and promoting the tagline ‘Some taboos are meant to be broken’, PureTaboo features the most popular and up-and-coming faces in adult today, challenging themselves to bring acting and sexual performances in a way viewers have never seen before.
Mills and the PureTaboo team are committed to taking taboo porn seriously, with storylines tackling society’s accepted – but most intriguing – sexual circumstances: inappropriate family relations, compulsions, teen virgin, sexual perversions and the hidden corners of the viewer’s psyche.
“We hope to leave you equally shocked and aroused,” says Mills. “After all, aren’t some taboos meant to be broken?”