HEre we go..Another GAY CRUISE HORROR STORY..... but THIS one is really scary.. Getting dumped in a third world country...READ ON
LOS ANGELES (CN) - Eleven "attractive young men" claim in court that RSVP GAY CRUISES hired them to "mix and mingle" with gay passengers "on a gay Mediterranean cruise," but when the male models attracted "too much attention," RSVP Vacations forced them off the ship and stranded them in war-torn Tunisia.
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A gaggle of BelAmi Studio models claim in a United States Federal Court lawsuit that RSVP Vacations and Holland Line hired them last Summer (2011) to “mix and mingle” with gay passengers “on a gay Mediterranean cruise,” but when the boys led by former gay porn star turned studio assistant Johan Paulik. the models attracted “too much attention,” RSVP Vacations forced them off the ship and stranded them in war-torn Tunisia.
"RSVP's entertainment manager contacted Bel Ami, the producer of gay erotic movies, and requested that Bel Ami arrange for a group of its models to attend the cruise. However, the entertainment manager requested that the young men 'not discuss with anyone including other representatives of RSVP or Atlantis Events ([its] parent company), that [RSVP] provided them with free cabins,' and further suggesting that the young men should lie and say the cruise was a 'reward from Bel Ami for their hard work' if anyone asked.
"Rumors as to the circumstances relating to the young men's presence on the cruise began before the ship even left the dock. RSVP then had a change of heart. Suddenly, concerned about how the secret arrangement might look to customers or their parent company - or perhaps not satisfied that the young men were fulfilling their end of the bargain, RSVP forced the young men off the ship at the first port of call and left them stranded in Tunisia.
"At the time, Tunisia was in the aftermath of the tumultuous civil uprising that became known as the Arab Spring; an uprising so powerful that it led to the removal of long-time President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. The protests constituted the most dramatic wave of social and political unrest in Tunisia in three decades and resulted in scores of deaths and injuries.
"With no reasonable explanation and under threat of arrest and confiscation of their personal belongings and passports, RSVP forced the young men off the ship, disregarding their request to wait at least one additional day when the ship would be in Italy - a politically stable country within the European Union from where the young men could have at least conceivably made it home by train." (Parentheses and brackets in complaint).