MMA Fighter Who ‘Secretly’ Films Sex With Asian Women Now Back on Pornhub Selling Videos

Last month, American MMA figure Jaymes Schulte was outed on Taiwanese social media for his behavior towards women during his travels in Asia.

The 32-year-old Hawaii resident was accused by a Taiwanese woman on the Facebook group 爆料公社 for having one-night stands with women and secretly filming them. The woman claims there are at least 36 women who have been victimized by Schulte.

Schultes would then post the alleged unauthorized videos on Pornhub, using it as a marketing channel to sell uncensored videos. His Pornhub channel desription reads:

Pick Up Artist / MMA Fighter / World Traveler / Aspiring Pornstar / I travel around the world (on a budget) while seducing over 100 girls a year & making amateur reality WMAF & other videos. $10 for single videos or $250 for lifetime membership to my full length uncensored videos & $100 for my personal PUA advice with my personal Instagram page. Bitcoin me @ 35brHRaedXCouRyoxrRCzEitt4gdvjBdmb

The video included obscene titles like the ones below.

His Instagram was also filled with photos of him with the women he met during his trips to Asia, including Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, and China.

The self-proclaimed pickup artist was active on both his Instagram and Pornhub channels until they were taken down around the time Taiwanese media started to cover the story.

However, it appears that Schulte is back on PornHub again selling videos but under a different channel named AlphaPUA. He proclaimed in the comments section that he was “back.”

Requests for comment from Pornhub and Schulte were not returned.

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