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Bieyanka Moore's "Underage" Porn Costarred a Gentleman Named Commando, Was Reportedly Produced by Kimbo Slice's Manager

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The hardcore porn starring Bieyanka Moore-- who was actually a 15-year-old runaway, according to a lawsuit filed by her mother-- was distributed by RK Netmedia, owner of RealityKings.com. But according to the mother's attorney, Mark A. Glassman, it was produced by LLL Advertising, Inc., the company owned by "Icey" Mike Imber-- manager to MMA fighter Kimbo Slice.

Glassman says that LLL will soon be added to the lawsuit's defendants.

Imber, a publicity-averse Miami character whose LLL Advertising has a long working history with RK, didn't respond to an e-mail for comment. RK Netmedia's attorney, Stuart I. Grossman, also refused to comment.

As we reported Monday, Palm Beach Shores resident Sherrita Smalley claims that her daughter, who we're calling C.S., was featured in the porn last August, when she was only 15. RK Netmedia claims that C.S. showed a Nevada learner's permit showing that she was 19 at the time. She's currently under juvenile custody in that state, apparently for possessing a bogus ID.

And thanks to you, dear reader, we now know the identity-- or at least the stage name-- of the porn star filmed having sex with Moore.

After we posted his photo and asked for your help, one reader pointed us to its mystery star: Chris Commando, better known as just Commando, who dabbles in both gay and straight porn, according to this totally NSFW link. The tattoos match.

We will continue to update this story as we learn more.

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