What To Do If You’ve Been Exploited on XVideos

The Lawsuit: Jane Doe v. WebGroup Czech Republic et al

For a copy of the Complaint, CLICK HERE.
A class action lawsuit was filed against XVideos and its parent company, WebGroup Czech Republic (WGCZ), for trafficking Jane Doe, a victim of child sexual abuse material (child pornography) and sex trafficking. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Doe by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center (NCOSE) together with five other survivor-focused and commercial litigation law firms.

As a child, Jane Doe was trafficked and sold for sex. Many of these sex acts were recorded on video and uploaded to the XVideos website. At least four videos that included Jane Doe being trafficked as a minor have been identified on WGCZ sites. At least one “content partner” and official “channel” on XVideos disseminated these illegal videos of Jane Doe’s rape. This “content partner” continues to be a promoted channel on XVideos.

Neither XVideos, nor any other website, owned or operated by these Defendants undertook any measure to verify Jane Doe’s identity or age. As a result, child sex abuse material depicting Jane Doe was distributed broadly throughout the world on XVideos internet websites. During the time that XVideos distributed and advertised this child sex abuse material, it profited financially through the sale of advertising and by drawing users to its websites to view the videos.

Jane Doe represents the class of numerous victims who, as children, had their child sexual abuse images published and monetized by this online international pornography company. The case, Jane Doe v. WebGroup Czech Republic et al, was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, in Los Angeles.

Can I Join the Lawsuit Against XVideos?

The legal team representing Jane Doe is looking for additional plaintiffs who might qualify to join the class action lawsuit against WGCZ and XVideos. If you or someone you know have been exploited on XVideos, and the platform knew or should have known it was there but either failed to act or refused to act, then it’s possible (though not guaranteed) that you might have a case against the platform. If XVideos has failed to remove or refused to remove the content, please contact us below to discuss your potential claim or fill out the form below.

Could I Qualify for a Lawsuit?

Attorney Contact Information

National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center
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The Zarzaur Law Firm
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Kazerouni Law Group APC
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Levin Papantonio Rafferty
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Laffey, Bucci & Kent
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Conrad O’Brien
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