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Ron Jeremy alleged victim claims 'monster' couldn't separate porn from reality

Ron Jeremy alleged victim claims 'monster' couldn't separate porn from reality

Ron Jeremy has been charged with 34 counts of sexual assault including 12 counts of rape

One of the people who has raised allegations of sexual assault against former pornography mogul Ron Jeremy has described him as a ‘monster’ who had difficulty separating porn from reality.

The 69-year-old former adult star is currently facing 34 charges of sexual assault that cover a time period back to 1996.

The case is currently suspended while he undergoes an evaluation to see whether he is fit to stand trial after reports that he was unable to recognise his lawyer.

Jeremy – real name Ronald Jeremy Hyatt – faces 12 counts of rape amongst the allegations made against him by victims aged between 15 and 51.

He has been kept in prison custody on a $6.6m bail since his arrest in 2020.

Jeremy has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Ron Jeremy in court in 2020.
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Now, after a documentary on Channel 4 called Porn King: The Rise and Fall of Ron Jeremy, two of his alleged victims have given their account of events.

Alana Evans – a former porn actor and the president of the Adult Performance Artist Guild – said that she first met him in the late 1990s before their relationship soured when he allegedly lifted up the skirt of a sleeping co-worker.

She told The Independent: “He reaches over to start lifting her dress.

“I woke her up immediately and we left.

“Had I not been there, I don’t know what Ron would have done with her, but I was watching what he was trying to do.

“That was the first time I had seen Ron do something which wasn’t grabbing someone’s boob at a convention.

“This girl was asleep.”

Then, she was allegedly sexually assaulted herself at a party in 2008.

Ms Evans explained: “Ron and I are not there as a sexual date.

“I am literally there to take pictures because he doesn’t go anywhere by himself.

“It is this night where I am now sexually assaulted by Ron.

“Somebody’s hand comes right up behind me ... and I am shocked because I am not used to having that happen.

“I immediately turn around ... And I turn and it’s him.

“It is Ron. I am yelling at him, I probably hit him off me.”

The charges against Jeremy date back to 1996.
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The incident, which she claims took place in front of others, left Evans ‘embarrassed and mortified’.

She said: “Ron is a sociopath. Ron doesn’t understand what he does to people, that he hurts them.

“Ron thinks it is his right.

“Also, there is that side of the porn industry and the fandom that created that version of Ron to the level that we are seeing.

“People encouraged the behaviour. They thought it was okay. They allowed it.”

She added: “Ron never switches off. Ron is always Ron.

“He is treated that way everywhere he goes.”

Another alleged victim, Lianne Young, claims Jeremy raped her at an industry party when others were present.

Young recounted: “All of a sudden I just felt myself being pushed over the table.

“It was what feels like five hours but it was about five seconds.

“I managed to get him off. I turned around and I slapped him around the face.”

The incident left her ‘angry’ and ‘dazed’.

She continued: “There was no soul inside of him. There was nothing.

“There was no expression, and then he just wandered off into the crowd.

“It was almost like a ghost had wandered back into the crowd.

“He is a sociopath and a psychopath,

“He has no emotion and he has no guilt.”

Jeremy denies all charges.
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Young went on to say that she doesn’t believe that Jeremy is capable of standing trial, but disagrees with the postponement of the trial.

She added: “I want to get justice, without a shadow of a doubt, and it absolutely tears me inside that it has been left so long that he is probably just going to be put in a mental institute for the rest of his life.

“That devastates me. However, I do think the man is so delusional that he actually believes his crimes were acceptable because he was in porn.”

If you have been affected by any of the issues in this article and wish to speak to someone in confidence, contact the Rape Crisis England and Wales helpline on 0808 802 9999 between 12pm–2.30pm and 7pm– 9.30pm every day. Alternatively, you can contact Victim Support free on 08 08 16 89 111 available 24/7, every day of the year, including Christmas.

Male Survivors Partnership is available to support adult male survivors of sexual abuse and rape. You can contact the organisation on their website or on their free helpline 0808 800 5005, open 9am–5pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays; 8am–8pm Tuesdays and Thursdays; 10am–2pm Saturdays

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