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April 17, 2001 | DAVID KELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He may have toned down the wild sex parties at his beach house, but adult video producer Stan Brunt says that he is still making movies and will fight any attempt to run him out of business. Brunt was told last month that he could no longer shoot videos or stage live sex shows in the palatial home because Ventura County zoning laws prohibited it. He has refused to stop, but he conceded Monday he now uses three or four people in a video instead of 40 or 50.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 2001 | DAVID KELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He may have toned down the wild sex parties at his beach house, but adult video producer Stan Brunt says that he is still making movies and will fight any attempt to run him out of business. Brunt was told last month that he could no longer shoot videos or stage live sex shows in the palatial home because Ventura County zoning laws prohibited it. He has refused to stop, but he conceded Monday he now uses three or four people in a video instead of 40 or 50.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 2001 | DAVID KELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He may have toned down the wild sex parties at his beach house, but adult-video producer Stan Brunt said he's still making movies and will fight any attempt to run him out of business. Brunt was told last month that he could no longer shoot videos and live sex shows in his palatial home because Ventura County zoning laws in his neighborhood prohibit it. Though he has refused to stop completely, he said Monday that he now uses just three or four people in a video instead of 40 or 50.
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April 17, 2001 | DAVID KELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He may have toned down the wild sex parties at his beach house, but adult-video producer Stan Brunt said he's still making movies and will fight any attempt to run him out of business. Brunt was told last month that he could no longer shoot videos and live sex shows in his palatial home because Ventura County zoning laws in his neighborhood prohibit it. Though he has refused to stop completely, he said Monday that he now uses just three or four people in a video instead of 40 or 50.
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March 16, 2001 | JENIFER RAGLAND and DAVID KELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
For the past five weeks, an Internet porn operator known as the House of Sex filmed explicit movies at a swank beach house near Channel Islands Harbor with full permission from Ventura County planners. On Thursday, after an uprising from neighbors--who described late-night sightings of scantily clad women and sounds of loud rap music and provocative noises--county officials admitted they had goofed and ordered the filming to stop.
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