UniStar Talent is a modeling/talent agency in Dallas. We represent model/actress Alyssa Belen. All of this activity transpired within a 3 hour period on 6/8/12. Ms. Belen responded to an ad posted by Taylor Hayden on Craig's List soliciting actors for his films. She was then contacted by Mr. Hayden. She then contact our agency as she was concerned about information she had read on this site as well as on Google about Mr. Hayden and asked for our assistance. We contacted Mr. Hayden and he sent us information about his production. He said he was in need of many other actors in addition to Alyssa for his projects and asked us to submit additional people, in which we did. After submitting, we followed up with Mr. Hayden, at which time he told us he was interested in two of our actors for roles in his films. We asked the pay rate he was offering at which time he responded "no pay". We explained to him that our actors do not work for "free". He then told us that Alyssa had agreed to work for credits. We were not aware of such agreement and contacted Alyssa. Alyssa confirmed that he had made the offer, but she had not accepted as she was skeptical because of information posted on this site and others with regards to his activities. She also said said that she had received very aggressive and explicit emails from Mr. Hayden after responding and she didn't feel comfortable moving forward. We contacted Mr. Hayden via email and told him that due to the negative information we uncovered and his emails Alyssa would not be moving forward. His response was very threatening and aggressive and bombarded us with numerous emails over a period of two hours. He told us that he had one hour to deliver an agreement for Alyssa or he would post negative information on this site and others about Alyssa and UniStar Talent. We did not respond further and he delivered on his threats by posting false and misleading information about this ordeal. We work with many professional in the entertainment industry, and this man is not typical of most people in the industry. Most film makers pay their actors and certainly treat actors and agents with respect, of which did not occur in this situation.