Tanner Mayes Arrested For Drugs

NL-Well I’m hearing that Tanner has been arrested for possession of Meth. I saw the arrest record and it says drugs, but not what specific kind.  If anyone ever needed an intervention…. TANNER- PLEASE GET HELP!

Tanner has tweeted a few new pictures and some other interesting info. She wants to be a rap star and often tweets in rhyme. Her rap name is Courtney Glo

Her is the new bio she gave herself- All I want out of life is to be a Famous Dark Skinned Gangster Female Rapper. I’m not even trying to take anyone’s place. I’m more hood than the KKK. Get it?

"Miss Courtney Glo <~~~~~ Just Got out the cunty jail males. Aint nobody post my bail. did the time felt Like a snails. But i dont even believe in bail To bounce im bout the time them crim mins count. :- "

Tanner also tweets scary things about someone she calls her lawyer. This lawyer had emailed me to tell me Tanner was not using drugs, but was actually recovering from several car accidents. A reliable source tells me that the "lawyer" is Tanner’s drug doing partner.

Tanner Tweets-I think my lawyer is going to murder me, and the fact that I BELIEVE him makes me not want to TWEET about it, in case he sees… Spooky. XOX

Tanner mentions the lawyer trying to break down a door, and later talks about now being in a hotel. So I can surmise she moved away from the lawyer into a hotel. I’ve talked to some of Tanner’s friend and they say they have tried to help her, but she thinks this whole thing is funny and she doesn’t believe she has a problem.

Anyone have any suggestions as to how we can get Tanner to open her eyes before it is too late?



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  1. Third Axis

    Incidentally, smart guy, I generally read two to three books per week, plus a dozen or more scripts, and a shit ton of periodicals. Try to keep up to speed, junior.

  2. Jerkuliscious

    Really, I gotta a script I’m currently working on called When Fanboys Attack. 3 different tales of basement dwelling stalkers that take different paths to gain access to their prey, and for different reasons. Whattaya think? I don’t have the patience for anything more than a short story, so I gotta put them together, no trilogy.

  3. Third Axis

    Oh, yeah, AC Cream! That guy is movie gold! Doesn’t even matter if he can act or not. All he needs to do is leer and be himself. I’m gettin on the phone right now, dude. Can you sched a lunch next week?

  4. origen

    Well, I just think you’re using the term regulation rather loosely. The word is mostly associated with rules that are enforced by the powers government (as denoted by its common legal definition). I think you are being disingenuous when you are equating the voluntary policies of individual firms with the sweeping impact of legislation–especially considering the inflammatory impact of the CalOsha condom-only mandate. There is a difference–government always has the coercion of the gun in its arsenal. You making me out to be a authoritarian boogeyman and I’m not.

    You say you read a lot, so you must be a thinking man. As a thinking man, you have to explain how it is moral to see a significant portion of performers enter into this industry with visible drug problems, showering all sorts of havoc upon fellow performers and producers (from stealing shit to fighting to not showing up to set, etc…) and be favor of doing ABSOLUTELY nothing to address these problems. I’m sure you’re a good dude who doesn’t think performers addicted to hard drugs enhance the quality of the scenes. So if there is a type of policy (okay, regulation) that could prevent some of these negative outcomes, why not pursue it?

    There’s a lot I don’t know about the Industry but I do realize it is large and quite decentralized. But, nevertheless, it is an industry. There are certain norms (regulations?) and practices that are common internationally. Operating with an STD testing regime is common. Paying performers a flat-rate per scene (and not a residual percentage of revenue) is common. Hell, the freaking cum shot/fade to black is common. All these norms and practices had to start somewhere. Someone had to try it out. And that’s all I’m saying–someone should try drug testing out. Making an effort is not a panacea but it’s the morally responsible thing to do.

  5. Jerkuliscious

    Origen: Blah blah blah
    We are on to bigger and better things.

    @Third Axis: If you are within a 100 miles of New Jersey, sure. A Tanner/AC scene would be creepier than a Minion scene. Since no one wants to see him naked, that can end w/ him sniffing her panties and violating her w/ his sausage fingers while she’s passed out on the shit house floor of a convention.

  6. Karmafan

    The problem is the guys in charge of porn have always thought of porn as an outlaw organization with a never ending supply of disposable talent that you pay for the days work and you are done with them. If the talent gets too fucked up to work (drugs, alcohol, personal issues, mental health problems) you kick them to the curb and get another one.

    They would have to make a radical change in their way of doing business and start caring about the well beaing of the talent that they shoot. Testing for drugs won’t happen effectively until they change their outlook on running their porn business. The fact that the guys in charge still regulary use crossover males for their work shows they aren’t ready yet to take care of their talent.

  7. Third Axis

    I just have to laugh when I read words like, “morals,” “conscience,” or “responsible” used in reference to porn. And then you throw in “lord willing”… Are you watching the same adult content as 90% of the visitors to this site, origen? Where does morality or conscience come into play when some 19-year-old girl is being gang banged by five tattooed hood rats, or worse yet, gulping the semen of 15 mopes lured from the bus station with 20 bucks apiece (after they are STI tested, of course)? How about that wide-eyed young “star” being anal fisted and DP-ed for the viewing pleasure of thousands of sweaty mouth breathers—possibly to be uncovered by her family in a shocking realization that she isn’t really a “fashion model” in L.A.?

    That, my lord-willing friend, is the real world of pornography. Romantic it ain’t, the majority that makes its wheels turn and cash to flow. Do you actually believe that drug testing will ever play a serious role in making it a cleaner, safer, more professional industry? Do you believe that the people who crank out this gratuitous gape fiesta give a damn whether that young lady is higher than Jesus on trucker speed when she shows up on the set? You, sir, are high on something even stronger. But keep livin’ the dream.

  8. jeremysteele11

    “gulping the semen of 15 mopes lured from the bus station with 20 bucks apiece (after they are STI tested, of course)?”.

    Actually, a test is $120.00 and bukkakes pay $75, so mope intellectuals like Mr. Madrid are in the hole (so to speak; they only wish they were in the hole, literally) $45.00. Bukkakas used to pay 3 digits at least until it was decided mopes would pay JM’s court expenses, but after court was done the cheap rates remained because greed is the American way. That’s why this country is sinking like the Tit-anic. All for one and fuck everyone else.

    You can take me off moderation now, Cindi. I’m not gonna talk about you know what.

  9. Walter

    Jeremy, I don’t think she should. Every comment of yours should have to be approved every single time. Even after I asked you not to, you continued with your nonsense.

  10. jeremysteele11

    There is no nonsense when speaking from the heart, Walter, especially when backed up by documented science. I have only the best intentions, Walter. That is, saving lives and minds. But like Tanner, a person or collective has got to recognize they need help and be willing to receive it. But all too often the ego makes it a no go. That along with a brainwashed jellyfish brain that takes nothing other than what has been repeated, repeated, repeated as the one and only holy gospel truth, end of discussion.

  11. Walter

    I was talking about your comments all over the site in general, especially the inflammatory ones from the thread on Hollie Stevens that (thankfully) Cindi deleted. Every person said something kind, you talked about Nixon and the cancer doctor mafia. There is a place for things and that was not one of them. That might be why you were put on moderation.

  12. jet_tits

    Walter, Jeremy hijacks every thread on LIB. He in incapable of not doing so.

    When you look at the Hollie thread, people were genuinely sad and writing her messages. Jeremy saw all the attention Hollie was receiving and went out of his way to make the thread about him instead.

    LIB even gave him his own thread to use to post whatever he wants. But he doesn’t use it. He doesn’t want that thread because it is about him. What he wants is attention — he wants to control every thread not about him. That is why he ends up destroying every single thread on LIB.

  13. origen

    @ Third Axis,

    Like the Colonel, you are a smart dude but why are you promoting this cliche of the self-loathing pornographer?

    A true individualist stands by his work. There is a place in society for porn. Just because one performs in or produces porn (even extreme porn), doesn’t make one a bad person.

    The porn industry exists to provide depictions of sexual fantasies. The morality of choosing to perform in pornography is such that one is choosing to give a performance (primarily) on a contractual basis. The contract and California law make this business legitimate and it is only adult industry business practices that I am addressing at this time. Your agitated reference of “some 19-year-old girl is being gang banged by five tattooed hood rats” kinda confuses me as it does not follow in this discussion. How do you find a particular sex act immoral as long as it is relatively safe (no long-term damage), consensual, and within the scope of an agreed-upon contract?

    I am well aware that there many safety concerns within this industry. Its association with the availability of hard drugs is one of them, in my opinion.

    Drug testing would make a positive impact. If one high-end studio would implement the policy, especially as it concerns “contract-stars”, it would influence the behavior of many other performers striving to elevate their career.

  14. origen

    “The problem is the guys in charge of porn have always thought of porn as an outlaw organization with a never ending supply of disposable talent that you pay for the days work and you are done with them. If the talent gets too fucked up to work (drugs, alcohol, personal issues, mental health problems) you kick them to the curb and get another one.

    They would have to make a radical change in their way of doing business and start caring about the well beaing of the talent that they shoot. Testing for drugs won’t happen effectively until they change their outlook on running their porn business. The fact that the guys in charge still regulary use crossover males for their work shows they aren’t ready yet to take care of their talent.”

    So well said, Karmafan. wow

  15. Third Axis

    Self-loathing? I don’t don’t read that into my comments in the least; that’s your opinion. I’m just telling it like it is. Porn, for the most part, isn’t pretty, clean, or morally acceptable by the standards of the majority of those who use terms like “morality.”

    You started out this thread by wringing your hands over the life decisions of Tanner Mayes, then segued into a—well meaning, I’m sure—nanny lecture on the evils of drugs in porn. My point, again, is that drugs are EVERYWHERE, in every profession, in every neighborhood. So why not just test EVERYBODY?! Why focus on porn alone?

    Now you say that just one or two big studios should be the guinea pigs for your nannyism, while hundreds of others will surely not take that step. My point, again, is that this will accomplish nothing. It will not change the industry. Others will not follow en mass. There would be no “radical change,” in your words. It would be a waste of time and money—but the testing facilities would make a few bucks.

    I’ve said all I care to on this subject, and my points are clear. I’m not a nihilist, just a realist who has worked inside this business for a while and seen firsthand how it works and its mindset. Now it’s faced with massive financial losses and pressure from outside forces. The idea of piling on yet more “responsibility” is definitely not one that you’ll get much support for. Next subject.

  16. Third Axis

    One brief addendum: Aside from actual contract performers, who work for only one studio, there are no other contractual workers in porn. A signed model release does not constitute any binding contract, it only gives the holder limited, sometimes unlimited, rights for stipulated use of the assigned images. The majority of performers are work-for-hire and not bound by any labor contract. Of course, this has been a debatable issue over independent-contractor status, at least here in the state of California.

  17. jeremysteele11

    “Every person said something kind, you talked about Nixon and the cancer doctor mafia”

    Why do you destroy your own credibility by ignoring the fact that I previously said words of condolence, Walter?

    Again, you’re telling me what is the right way to express one’s remorse. That’s bullshit! Because people don’t want to find out what’s really going there’s going to be many more Hollies. That’s a fucking guarantee. But go ahead and pretend you give a damn about that.

    And The Roypissed’s wife “jet tits” has no credibility. She has one solitary mission on LIB.

  18. There are a lot of contractual workers in porn. I’m under contract with a porn company. I also know programmers, graphics artists, SEO gurus and affiliate managers “under contract” with one company or another in porn.

    While we may not be performers, your statement that there are no other contractual workers in porn is inaccurate. And besides the yearly and bi-year porn star contracts you here of there are also other shorter ones you often don’t. There are some people who sign like 3 movies deals and if said movies are good that could lead to other things but anywho, there are a lot of different kind of things behind the scenes you don’t consider.

    Also just thought of another one. Porn stars who are contracted to certain website networks.

  19. Third Axis

    Kelli, you’re correct about people on the production/technical side (which is where I have worked myself). I was discussing the status of performers specifically. The short-term contracts you refer to are generally with the larger companies, not the myriad of smaller producers; therefore, they’re not the norm. The great majority of porn performers never sign any type of legal contract. I was indeed in error by writing “…no other…” I stand corrected, thanks.

  20. Third Axis

    As someone who works in the industry, Kelli, what’s your opinion on the idea of widespread drug testing? Would you yourself consent to regular testing? Just curious. (I’m finished discussing this subject with @origen, but I’m interested to hear from actual porn biz people, what they think.)

  21. Would I consent? if the job paid me enough, totally. I don’t drink or do drugs so it’s easy for me to say that but on a more serious note … if I was going to fight for any sort of extra testing it would be for the protection of our girls and well, I would like to see HPV and herpes test an industry standard.

  22. Walter

    Congratulations Jeremy. I admit you acted like a normal human being and posted one nice normal comment. Then later you went and posted your normal stuff which led to Cindi putting you on moderation and deleting those comments.

    Go to Hollie’s memorial service and make sure to tell everyone your wild theories instead of behaving.

  23. jeremysteele11

    I’m not talking wild theories but facts. Cancer virtually never existed before the advent of industrial society, and has proliferated with the aggrandizement of medical monopolies. Cancer is an environmental, man-made and man-sustained phenomenon; in particular through corporations legally defined as persons. We live in a highly toxic society manipulated by the medical mafia pushing its highly toxic so-called “solutions”. You can use mantras on yourself like “theory” to instantaneously entrance yourself to be complacent in not reviewing the data/facts, but those mantras don’t work on me, or others who take the time to see how death is big business, and thus, an agenda.

  24. jeremysteele11

    I wouldn’t equate saying these things on LIB with doing so at a funeral… not that I necessarily woudn’t… if I did I would do it with certain people I had some kinship with, lamentingly, and most likely privately … and not as some scum, dumb douche (who hasn’t had real dick in years) claims that I’m trying to just get attention for myself. Again, my late grandma was diagnosed with cancer and she told the doctors who wanted to radiate her to go fuck themselves.

  25. That’s why they found cancer in mummies from ancient Egyptian times?

    I’m not saying with technological advancements we haven’t made it worse but they have had evidence of cancer for thousands of years now … not only in Egyptian mummies but also in Peru and some American Indian tribes as well … who existed long, long long before the industrial revolution.

  26. jeremysteele11

    The study “suggests” cancer, as the Huffington 2012 post I read reads. There is an ongoing war to suggest genetics over environmentalism in the scientific community. Science also still explains/suggests the locale of the last existing wonder of the world in absurd terms(the mega ton rocks on rolling logs theory), as the pyramids are evidence of a society that was highly advanced technologically. Our current times still can’t replicate the precision of the pyramids. Additionally, there is evidence of radioactivity in ancient times, means ancient times have evidence of environmental toxicity.

  27. Walter

    Jeremy, you are free to believe anything you’d like. It was just beyond disrespectful to post anything beyond condolences in that thread. If you think space aliens came down and zapped her with a cancer ray, that’s fine. But that thread was not the place for it. Are you getting what I’m trying to say?

  28. jet_tits

    Jeremy, I agree with Walter in that you should go to Hollie’s funeral and ruin it for everyone, just like you do to this site.

    Maybe while talking paranoid theories on why she died, you can also replace her pictires with yours, since everything is about you anyways.

  29. origen

    @Kelli

    Herpes and Hep B testing should be industry standard. HPV is kinda tricky as there is no way to test for it in men and it is EXTREMELY common. I think the most effective safety mitigation effort for HPV should be taken on the vaccine (ie Gardasil) and chemical barrier side (ie carrageenan or some other microbiocide).

    I hear Manwin (via Fabian Thymlman’s comments on MikeSouth.com) is in discussion with AHPSS about implementing tests for other common infections.

  30. jeremysteele11

    (alternate response, let’s see if it goes under moderation) I understand what you’re saying Walter.

    And saving lives is all about me, right, Mrs. 3inchpov

  31. Jerkuliscious

    Is 3inchpov dot com registered? If not, I think I might go with it. I may have finally found my niche.

    I already have a good idea for a catch phrase. As the whore pulls down my whitey tighties, and the camera absorbs her full expression of disappointment, I’ll say, “Since it’s half a cock, can I pay you half your rate?” That way we can see the disappointment morph into confusion and/or anger.

  32. jeremysteele11

    Try asking her about a sliding scale fee; the further you can slide it in the higher the fee. Then tell her, you don’t have a 6-pack; you have a full keg!

  33. jeremysteele11

    Meanwhile, here’s some words of wisdom a friend wrote that I thought I’d share:

    Pay attention to whom you share your intimate energy with. Intimacy at this level intertwines your aural energy with the aural energy of the other person. These powerful connections, regardless of how insignificant you think they are, leave spiritual debris, particularly within people who do not practice any type of cleansing, physical, emotional or otherwise. The more you interact intimately with someone, the deeper the connection and the more of their aura is intertwined with yours.
    Imagine the confused aura of someone who sleeps with multiple people and carries around these multiple energies? What they may not realize is that others can feel that energy which can repel positive energy and attract negative energy into your life.

  34. Third Axis

    Have no fear, Jeremy. I’ll cleanse that mal juju with my gris-gris. Got a mojo hand and a black cat bone. I’m Dr. John, the Night Tripper.

  35. Third Axis

    BTW, Cindi, why do you even allow this herpes sore to still post here? Do you not remember this bit of ass-clownery:

    “attention you all in PornLand (SFV), California. I Rick Madrid will probabaly either be in the Los Angeles County Jail and dead By Cop after killing Mr Porno Dan Leal and Jim Lane of Imortal Productions.”

    Et-fucking-cetera…

    This douche should have been banned a long time ago. If not for this kind of offense, then for the continued offense of having absolutely nothing of value to say. Ever.

  36. Jerkuliscious

    “Try asking her about a sliding scale fee; the further you can slide it in the higher the fee. Then tell her, you don’t have a 6-pack; you have a full keg!”

    How do you know I’m fat? You been reading my awesomeness at XPT, making a profile of me? Is you GANGSTALKING me?

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