An Airbnb Host is Suing Guests For Filming Gay Porn in Her House

A California homeowner found her 1920s mansion soiled with an “abundance of bodily fluids” and littered with “various sexual devices” after renting it out to a gay porn star.

Kristina Knapic is suing Airbnb, where she rented out the Acacia Mansion, for $30,000, because of the “very shocking” condition her guests left it in and for instances of fraud, negligence, trespassing, and breach of contract.

Knapic, 45, believed she was renting out her historical Ojai, California, house to a woman named “Anna” who said she and a “group of friends” wanted to stay there for a “quick summer vacation,” according to legal documents obtained by the Smoking Gun.

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“Anna,” however, turned out to be gay porn star and producer Andrei Treivas, more popularly known as Michael Lucas, who stayed at the Acacia along with his crew of workers for five days at $1,095 per night in order to film porn there. Treivas went so far as to pose as “Anna’s” brother-in-law to pick up the home’s keys.

According to her Nov. 19 Superior Court complaint, after their stay Knapic entered the Acacia and immediately noticed that the property was filthy (enema kits were found throughout the house—on the floors, in the beds, in nightstand drawer and in the trash; various sexual devices were found in the beds and in the trash; the hot tub water was brownish in color; and the linens were stained brown).”

Her lawsuit also alleges that, with the help of a black light, “urine, semen, and fecal matter” were found on various surfaces throughout the mansion, including on the walls and ceilings.

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After finding a business card for Lucas Entertainment in the house, Knapic researched the company and found pornographic images taken inside the Acacia posted on their website, Facebook and Instagram pages.

Although Knapic has since “replaced soiled linens, drained and bleached the hot tub, bleached and painted all walls, steam cleaned the upholstery and shampooed the carpeting,” she claims in her lawsuit the Acacia may have been more seriously damaged.

“Many of the films Lucas Entertainment produces depicts men urinating on each other and giving each other enemas,” the lawsuit states. “These activities were not being conducted in a bathroom, but rather on beds, floors, and furniture.”

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In addition to monetary damages, Knapic’s suit is also seeking a court-ordered ban on distribution of the “vile pornographic movies” shot at the Acacia Mansion.

Treivas confirmed that his company had filmed porn at the mansion but had left it in good condition, according to a statement sent to the Queerty.

“If the house was trashed, it was trashed by someone other than us. It is possible that she or her renters had a sex party in the dungeon that got out of hand, and she is now looking to a porn company to fund the repairs,” he said in the statement.

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He continued: It took two months for Ms. Knapic to concoct this false claim and file for damages.  Her lawsuit is absolutely without any merit whatsoever.”

In April, a Calgary home made headlines after being rented out on Airbnb to guests who left it trashed with broken furniture, shattered glass and used condoms.

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