‘Hot Girls Wanted’ Was Director Caught Editing Mention of Bad Review from Wikipedia

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Ronna Gradus, co-director of the controversial documentary Hot Girls Wanted, apparently tried to edit away a less-than-stellar review of the film on its Wikipedia page following its Sundance Film Festival debut in January 2015. This is known as a kind of “astroturfing“.

‘Hot Girls Wanted’ co-director Jill Bauer, producer Rashida Jones, co-directorRonna Gradus – AP

The link to the ‘Hot Girls Wanted’ Wikipedia edits is here.


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The film, which has been rejected by members of the adult community as an infantilizing anti-porn hit piece, looks at a group of young women who were recruited off of Craigslist by an “agent” in Miami, Florida named Riley from Hussie Models. It was directed by Gradus and Jill Bauer, whose previous documentary Sexy Baby, looked at an alleged cultural shift in the sexual landscape that, the women claim, was caused by adult entertainment.

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