LOS ANGELES - Two former actresses in the adult film industry have filed a lawsuit against Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation (AIM), a Los Angeles area HIV testing clinic funded by and serving the adult film industry, alleging privacy breaches of their protected patient health data (Diana Lee Grandmason, et al. v. The data has been posted on a WikiLeaks-style site and was apparently obtained from the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation (AIM), a California clinic that .
Co-founded the nonprofit Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation, which has a $ million annual budget and provides testing for sexually transmitted diseases along with drug and psychological counseling for porn actors. May 05, · The Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation has shut down, officially over a “financial hardship,” according to former adult film actress Sharon Mitchell, reports the Winnipeg Free Press. According to the Associated Press, “calls to the clinic went unanswered and a call to the clinic’s lawyer was not immediately returned.”.
Mar 31, · A big deal was made of a months-old leak of porn stars' health records after Gawker connected the breach to the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation in an “exclusive” first reported by. Dec 08, · In , former porn star Sharon Mitchell founded the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation in order to raise awareness about health issues among porn performers. NPR's Scott Simon speaks to.
Fielding said county public health staff went to the clinic Thursday morning and issued a cease-and-desist order based upon state regulator’s denial of the clinic’s application for a community clinic license. Adult Industry Medical healthcare’s general manager and lawyers did not return phone calls Thursday. Apr 01, · The Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation was an organization that promotes sexual health education and oversees STI and STD testing for adults actors. Founded by Sharon Mitchell, former adult film performer, producer, and director, in , the foundation combated HIV and disease outbreaks within the industry.