Michael Lucas Responds To Allegations Of Leaving “Urine, Semen And Fecal Matter” All Over Rented Apartment

Michael Lucas Responds To Allegations Of Leaving “Urine, Semen And Fecal Matter” All Over Rented Apartment

Michael Lucas was just slapped with a lawsuit for allegedly leaving bodily fluid stains, enema kits, dildos and other things in a California Airbnb rental.

The gay porn mogul denied the allegations, suggesting the bodily fluids may actually belong to the property owner herself, who he claims is a “professional extortionist.”

In her lawsuit, property owner Kristina Knapic alleges that Lucas rented her stately 1929 Spanish revival mansion in Ojai under false pretenses in August. According to Knapic, Lucas booked the house as a “summer rental” using the fake name of “Anna.” When he showed for the keys, he told Knapic he was Anna’s brother-in-law.

Five days later, Knapic returned to her house and was horrified to find “urine, semen and fecal matter on the linens, carpets, upholstery, walls, ceilings and in the hot tub.”

But it gets worse. Much worse.

The lawsuit also claims that “enema kits were found throughout the house — on the floors, in the beds, in nightstand drawers and in the trash” and that “various sexual devices were found in the beds and in the trash.”

“The hot tub water,” the lawsuit adds, “was brownish in color.”

Knapic finally put two and two together when she found a business card for Lucas Entertainment on the floor. Now, she wants $30,000 and is demanding Lucas not sell or distribute any footage shot on her property.

“Plaintiff has not, and does not, rent the property for the purposes of filming adult pornographic movies,” the lawsuit reads. “Such an image is not one plaintiff wants associated with her pristine home.”

But Lucas is hitting back.

In a statement released exclusively to Queerty, he says there is absolutely “no merit” to Knapic’s claims. He also says that, contrary to her insisting she maintains a “pristine home,” there is a “fairly well-equipped sex dungeon” on the property, which is not mentioned in the Airbnb listing but is available for use by tenants.

Lucas also says that he’s not the only tenant who has had issues with Knapic. He sent Queerty screenshots of Yelp and Trip Advisor reviews that he claims have been mysteriously deleted:ea0608cf-5716-40fb-be4f-c5c58e6ae6bdea0608cf-5716-40fb-be4f-c5c58e6ae6bd1

He also sent over screengrabs from two text message conversations he had with Knapic shortly after checking out of the rental, in which he says everything appeared to be just fine:013c6970-d988-4a9f-a874-70decb3a1580013c6970-d988-4a9f-a874-70decb3a15801

In his statement, Lucas also suggests that it was actually Knapic who threw the wild sex party and that she is “now looking to a porn company to fund the repairs” to her sex dungeon.

Read his statement, in full, below…

Simply stated, there is no basis whatsoever to this claim, and we have photographic evidence to prove that.

Ms. Knapic was a resident in a guest house on the premises during our entire stay. Our windows faced her windows, we shared the yard and garden, we shared laundry facilities.  If there were any activity which would have resulted in the damage she now claims, it would have been evident.

When we first arrived, we inquired if it would be possible to extend our stay, but were told we could not because the house was already rented to others.

Paragraph 17 of the complaint says Ms. Knapic entered the property on August 16, after we had vacated the property, and found a mess. That is a completely false statement.

On August 27, 11 days after we left, we texted Ms. Knapic to ask if something we had forgotten in the refrigerator had been found. She responded by text on August 31 that they were in Cancun and that their cleaning staff had cleaned the house and threw everything out. Not one syllable about any issue with the horrible condition in which she claims we left the house on August 16.

There was absolutely no claim at that time of any problems at the property. Cleaning staff went through the house to prepare it for the next rental. Again, absolutely no complaints about the property.

In fact, we have photographs and video that we took on both our arrival and departure dates showing that we left the property in pristine condition.  Ms. Knapic’s assistant Dorian even complimented me on how clean the house was.

Obviously, if the house was in the condition as described in her complaint, the response on August 31 would have been something other than “sorry, my cleaning staff threw everything away.”

Ms. Knapic claims in paragraph 20 of her complaint that bodily fluids were found on the walls and ceiling. If true, that must have been one heck of a party. No such party occurred on the days we were there … and she was there the entire time.

Here’s the truth:  the house has a unique and unadvertised feature: a fairly well-equipped sex dungeon in the basement, complete with a sex swing, whips, chains and miscellaneous bondage paraphernalia.  A video of her sex dungeon is attached.  We did not use this room nor any of the equipment in it.

Not having been served with any papers, we cannot ascertain if the complaint as filed is verified. But if Ms. Knapic continues with her claims, she will have to make statements under oath and provide admissible evidence of her claims. It’s also her lawyer’s job to ensure she does not commit perjury.

If the house was trashed, it was trashed by someone other than us. It is possible that she or her renters had a sex party in the dungeon that got out of hand, and she is now looking to a porn company to fund the repairs.

I have also included a few reviews on the house from other sites such as TripAdvisor. In my opinion, this woman is a professional extortionist, and that’s clear from the reviews she has received. It’s also an obvious contradiction that she did not keep the security deposit, but now has decided to file a lawsuit.

Ms. Knapic alleges that our filming will damage the “reputation and romantic image” of the house. If that was a real concern, she could have framed her complaint innocently and omitted the salacious details. By drafting the complaint as she has, Ms. Knapic has secured the publicity and notoriety she so clearly sought.

It took two months for Ms. Knapic to concoct this false claim and file for damages.  Her lawsuit is absolutely without any merit whatsoever.

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  1. ken
    November 26, 06:20 Reply

    Pp conjuring images of poopoo this morning. Chai!

  2. Dennis Macaulay
    November 26, 06:23 Reply

    I knew this matter wasn’t over Na! More tea to be served soon! Chestie my favourite house guest, care to join me on the dinning table?

  3. Brian Collins
    November 26, 06:26 Reply

    It is just crazy the way people come up with some things. I doubt that all she alleged against them is true. But who knows really?

  4. Max
    November 26, 07:36 Reply

    **cringes** ???

  5. Ruby
    November 26, 10:07 Reply


  6. Lothario
    November 26, 22:13 Reply

    Kill the visuals, Lord……. Poo????? *shudders*

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