- Report: #1074612
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The WMCA Web Cam Modeling Association LLC, www.thewcma.com, Rob Gotti Internet
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i was a model with the web cam modeling association, or The WCMA for 3 months when I won their "free trip to las vegas". this was the worst experience of my life. after the welcome dinner and some drinks at a night clubb my first night the owner rob gotti and his girlfriend natalie forced themselves on me in my hotel room and would not stop no matter what I said. afterwards they sat and talked to me like nothing had happened. when they finally left i was in tears and took a taxi to the airport and waited their all night to get a flight home.
i tried to talk to other girls that worked their about it and they told me, 'oh thats just how rob is its not a big deal. i emailed the site to take my information down but they refuse to so its still up. this was the worst experience of my life. i signed up with them because I thought it was a group of models running things but its really just this 1 guy and his girlfriend operating under different names.
These people should be in jail!
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