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Underage Video Vixen Puts Buckcherry Comeback At Risk

September 11, 2006 2:55 PM ET

Note to bands everywhere: If you're going to film an explicit video featuring poll dancing and lesbian makeout scenes, refrain from seeking nymphettes on MySpace as your co-stars. That's what Buckcherry were doing when they hired a certain 16-year-old Jane Doe to be in their naughty video for the tune "Crazy Bitch." According to the L.A. Times, after watching the underage girl writhe around on a poll topless and make out with another girl, one band member commented, "It's like watching seven hours of porn."

Now the girl's family is suing Warner Music Group and Atlantic Records, claiming that she's been forced to switch schools because of the public mocking she's received. Buckcherry claim they were checking IDs at the door, but now everybody has pulled down the video to avoid being sued (including us). Bands, don't let this happen to you" Stick with legitimate porn stars for all your writhing and pole dancing needs.

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