Quote of the Day - To start out with, you're meeting almost the stereotype you'd expect of the porn industry.
Especially when they involve business deals arising out of a personal relationship. Couple that fact with two more: our hero is a computer programmer, and our heroine is a performer in the adult entertainment industry. In fact, she's in film, in addition to her participation in certain on-stage performances.
In nightclubs. Where she met our computer programmer.
The plot thickens.
Based on the allegations flying back and forth between the two, I'm not quite the extent of their relationship before the lawsuit, but it may have involved more than ... shall we say, business. Just a guess.
The lawsuit isn't particularly revealing either, other than to point out two hints. Phillip Williams, our hero, created a website for Kira Kener (link may not be appropriate to open at work) and also "loaned" her over $75,000. The lawsuit was precipitated apparently because she didn't pay him back, despite her recovery of money in what Williams alleges was a "multi-million dollar settlement from certain litigation she had filed." Despite his demands, she refused to "pay him back."
I put "loaned" and "pay him back" in quotes because the lawsuit contains no allegations of a written contract between the two, despite what else may have been between them. Indeed, at one point in their relationship, they were talking every day, and Kira had assured Phillip there were "no other guys in her life."
Oh. I forgot two other facts. He lives in New Jersey. She lives in North Carolina. The lawsuit was filed in New Jersey. He claims she maintained sufficient contacts with the State and entered into a series of transactions with the intent of benefitting from New Jersey's stream of commerce.
You figure it out.