Gaylord Sports Management Accused of Using Porn Star to Lure Athletes; Same Agency Employed Guy Who Cops Say Tried to Arrange Threesome With 14-Year-Old
|Porn star Bibi Jones claims a Valley sports agent used her to lure potential clients.|
According to porn star Bibi Jones -- who's starred in such films as Naughty Nannies 3 and Amateur Action -- GSM agent Terry Bross would take her out to bars after Arizona Diamondbacks games so she could meet Major League Baseball players and lure them to GSM.
Jones says she bedded more than 10 guys while working in cahoots with Bross, a couple of whom, she says, later signed with the agent.
One of Bross' clients Jones claims to have slept with is Atlanta Braves second baseman Dan Uggla, who signed with GSM in 2010 -- three weeks after a road trip to Phoenix to play the Diamondbacks.
Business Insider's Tony Manfred spoke with Jones about her (ahem) arrangement with Bross last week. Read the entire interview here.
From BI's interview with Jones:
BI: How did this whole thing start? Was it like, "Hey we're going out to a bar and I'll introduce you to these guys--"
BJ: No it wasn't even expected for me to hook up with these guys. It was just like I was arm candy for him. I was the one that wanted to hook up with these guys.
BI: Did he pay you?
BJ: No he didn't pay me. I was willing to do it.
BI: How many players did he introduce you that you slept with?
BJ: I don't know. Name a number. Definitely over 10.
BI: When did you start going around with the agent?
BJ: Spring of 2010.
BI: Do you know if any of the guys you were introduced to or slept with ended up signing with him?
BJ: I think a couple did. I'm not sure what happened afterward.
BI: How come you stopped going around with the agent?
BJ: Because I got into a relationship and it was hard to explain why I was going out every night. I haven't talked to him in over a year.
Gaylord Sports Management -- which represents athletes like PGA star Phil Mickelson, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo, and New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez -- didn't respond to our request for comment on Jones' allegations. Additionally, it ignored our request for comment about how one of its other former agents, Jason Dubin, tried to lure girls he believed to be 14 and 17 years old for a threesome.
As New Times reported in July, Dubin was arrested after -- according to
police -- he tried to lure the two girls for sex while chatting
with them over the Internet. As is often the case, the two girls with
whom Dubin thought he was chatting turned out to be cops.
According to court documents obtained by New Times, Dubin, 31, contacted a girl on Facebook named "Christie." "Christie" told Dubin she was 17. Dubin responded by telling her he was 31, and asking if that was "too old."
Over the next several days, Dubin and "Christie" chatted over the social media website MocoSpace.com. The two talked about sex, and Dubin told the girl he wanted to "teach her a few things" about oral sex. He even emailed her a shirtless photo of himself.
In one conversation, Dubin asked "Christie" if she had any friends who were into older guys. "Christie" told him she had a 14-year-old neighbor who might be interested.
|Former GSM agent Jason Dubin|
Enter "Brittany," "Christie's" supposed 14-year-old neighbor. Too bad
for Dubin, "Brittany" holds the title of detective in the Phoenix Police
Department's Internet Crimes Against Children Unit.
Dubin and "Brittany" also talked about sex in their chats. Dubin asked her if she would be down to double-up on him with "Christie" for one of his blowjob tutorials. "Brittany" agreed, and the three planned to meet at "Christie's" house on July 21, when her parents would supposedly be out of town.
As the story often goes, Dubin didn't meet the two underage girls with whom he thought he was chatting. He did, however, meet some Phoenix police officers who took him into custody.
According to Phoenix Sergeant Steve Martos, once in custody, Dubin was sure to let authorities know that he was a lawyer who represented several professional athletes.
It's unclear which athletes Dubin represents. Martos tells New Times that Dubin claims to rep a total of eight athletes, although, he isn't sure which ones.