- Report: #1056116
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Complaint Review: Justin Price
Justin Price Molest, forced signing model releases, pervert, charged me more than what was discussed Internet
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Justin Price was not professional at all!! As soon as we started shooting he tried to position me where he wanted me to pose and grabbed my breast then told me that if I were to sleep with him, he would give me a free photoshoot. I told him that I dont do that and I would prefer to pay him . At that point I was so uncomfortable. He kept trying to talk about how he sleeps with all his models and that they were smart enough to sleep with him to get published in a magazine. After the shoot he forced me to sign a model release that I did not want to sign but he said if I don t sign it he would rape me.
I didnt say anything to anyone and months later he sold my pictures to all types of porn sites .I am so upset and he crushed my dreams of becoming a model. I am only 17 years old so I am underage and was too scarred to tell the police or mom. I dont want this to happen to any other girls so I hope this will prevent other girls to never shoot with him! Also, the pictures he took didnt come out good at all . He told me before the shoot that he charged $300 per outfit but since I didnt sleep with him he charged me an extra $200 plus $50 extra per image he wanted to edit.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/03/2013 06:46 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Justin-Price-/internet/Justin-Price-Molest-forced-signing-model-releases-pervert-charged-me-more-than-what-wa-1056116. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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