Chargers Corey Liuget responds to Porn Expo ads


Corey Liuget released this statement about his involvement in the eXXXotica porn expo advertisements:

“I was invited to a party by a friend that occurred on May 20th at Club Play in Miami,” Liuget said Wednesday in a statement released by Tony Fleming, his Florida-based agent. “I had no prior knowledge of this event and did not authorize the use of my name to be associated with this party. I am disappointed that my name was used and associated with this type of event and will take all actions necessary to protect my good name and character.”

He is denying any involvement in the whole situation and claiming t,hat eXXXotica used his name without his permission. It’s not like they spelled his name correctly anyway.

  • Jon Vivian

    Corey, I don’t care if every porn star actress in America lives with you. Performance on the football field is all I care about. have a great time dude and good luck. GO BOLTS!

    • Swift

      Sorry Jon, but I have to disagree with you here. All NFL players are role models to the children of America. This type of media is not good for children to see.

      With that said, I’m glad he is pursuing a higher path on this dilemma. Even if he knew what he was getting into(porn expo), at least he is still trying to be a good role model.

      I just can’t stand when players act out and get arrested and just do stupid stuff. These guys are 20-46 years old and get paid more than I make in 2 years. They get paid enough to act accordingly and follow the laws, so why don’t they do it? It should not be up to the commissioner to slap them on the wrist(fine) and put the in time out(suspension). Grow up football players.

      But Corey is handling the situation well.

  • Jon Vivian

    So that means you are making $500K a year at least huh? Dam, you got it goin on dude…..

    • http://boltbeat.com Ernie Padaon

      Dang Swift… You are rolling in the dough up there in the AK

    • Just me

      Many People tend to forget that even though they are rich they are still young. more than 70% of the NFL are people in their 20′s. Do you remember the parties you went to in your 20′s. People money doesn’t stop you from being young.

  • Russell

    Well looking back when I was in my early twenties, I would have been first in line for a party like that.

    He’s a guy fresh out of college, with a fair amount of money coming to him who gets to hang out at porn party. What straight college age guy doesn’t say “What time?”

    And who didn’t get the memo from Charles Barkley years ago that Athletes play sports and should not be your role models? If the best role model your kid has is the guy he sees smashing running backs on Sunday, then you need to step up your game!

    • http://boltbeat.com Ernie Padaon

      fair points yall!! in my twenties, I would have been all up for that and would be proud to put my name on that flyer for people… and all the stupid mistakes i made back in that day.

      • Jon Vivian

        Thanks Russell. That was the first thing (barkley) that went through my mind when he made that statement. but I shut up. Thanks for speaking up.

    • Swift

      These athletes could be great role models for children.

      1.They go to school and get a degree. A lot of them that opt out for the draft end up going back to get their degrees. I think that is a great role model.

      2.A lot of these guys play football because it’s their dream(underlined). And if my son wants to follow that dream because he saw them smashing players on Sunday then that’s fine. It’s also a great motivator to get kids to get good grades. I know that if you don’t have good grades, then you get cut from the team.

      Has anyone ever said “Don’t follow your dreams”? I think not.

  • Nick Diaz

    dam already in trouble?

  • Eddy Travis

    Guy has to make money somehow until he can sign a contract. If they will pay him to appear it beats working at a gas station or something.