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Jay Temporarily Steps Away from YNOT Amidst Harassment Allegations


YNOT, a leading platform in the adult entertainment industry, has responded promptly and decisively to allegations of harassment involving one of its co-owners, Jay. The magazine initially took actionable measures to demonstrate its seriousness in addressing the issue, while emphasizing its commitment to operating with integrity and maintaining a safe environment for all.


Jay, while denying any allegations of physical assault, has taken full accountability for making others feel uncomfortable through his words or actions. Recognizing the gravity of the situation, he has voluntarily decided to take a temporary leave of absence for an unspecified period. During this time, Jay will focus on personal growth, reconciling with his family and those affected, and seeking essential mental health treatment.

In an effort to be transparent, YNOT communicated the situation first to its employees and sponsors, and now directly to its readers. The magazine expressed appreciation for the concerns raised and assured its community that it will listen and learn from those most affected. YNOT remains committed to delivering high-quality industry news and events while fostering a safe space within the industry.

However, following the initial announcement, new information has come to light, altering YNOT’s understanding of the situation. As a result, the magazine held a difficult discussion with Jay, leading to the crucial decision to permanently remove him from all aspects of the business. Both YNOT and Jay agreed that this was the appropriate choice, considering the safety and well-being of individuals in the industry.

YNOT acknowledges the seriousness of the discomfort caused by Jay’s actions and expresses deep regret for those who have experienced pain as a result. The magazine also recognizes its own misstep in not fully comprehending the extent of the issue initially. They express a renewed commitment to validating the voices of women and victims within the industry, vowing to eradicate such behavior from the public realm and behind closed doors.

Moving forward, YNOT reaffirms its dedication to being a positive force in the industry, taking inspiration from those who courageously shared their stories. The magazine pledges to ensure that incidents like these never happen again and hopes for Jay’s sincere commitment to personal growth and improvement.

In conclusion, YNOT Magazine has taken significant steps to address the harassment allegations, including the temporary leave of absence for Jay and, subsequently, his permanent removal from the business. The magazine remains resolute in its commitment to promoting a safe and inclusive environment within the adult entertainment industry, learning from this experience, and supporting the healing journeys of those affected.

Source: Connor Young, CEO and co-owner @YNOT


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