New Rochelle College Students Solicited For Roles In Pornography Films

School officials threaten to discipline adult-film recruiters targeting students.

When students at Monroe and Iona Colleges in New Rochelle were walking to class last week, they were met by something unusual: turquoise-colored fliers advertising a porn production had been emblazoned across lampposts and electrical cabinets in the vicinity, its issuers apparently looking for willing participants.

The fliers sought applicants between 18 and 35, promising as much as $3,000 per scene. After being notified about the fliers by employees at the Department of Public Works (DPW), New Rochelle Police Department Lieutenant George Marshall instructed DPW employees to take them down.

“If somebody advertises on public property, somebody from the police department will call them up and tell them to stop,” said Marshall, who added it was not the subject matter of the posters that facilitated their removal, but rather their unwarranted display.

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Even though fliers were found all across New Rochelle—one was even found in the lobby of the New Rochelle Police Department (some people love a man or women in uniform)—a concentrated majority had been put up in the proximity of the two college campuses. According to a CBS report, school officials have announced that trespassing charges will be issued against recruiters caught on campus grounds while the police have made notice that the fliers were illegally posted and could potentially result in fines for the issuers.

“We’re going to pull them down,” said Monroe College Vice President David Dimond, according to CBS, adding that while there is nothing illegal about the matter, the college may discipline students that violate its own rules. “This is not appropriate for our college campus.”

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