Bubba The Love Sponge Sued By Porn Model
October 9, 2006

An Internet porn model is suing Sirius Satellite Radio jock Bubba the Love Sponge, claiming that he forced her to perform a sex act on his show. Hope Miller, who goes by the name Brooke Skye on her adult Web site, is asking for a jury trial and more than $15,000 in damages, according to the Tampa Tribune. Sirius also is named in the suit, along with the cast members of Bubba's show and Melissa Harrington, another adult model who was involved in the bit.

Miller's lawsuit states that Bubba flew in Harrington to have sex with her on the show using a sex toy, and that Bubba did not tell Miller that he was planning to do this when she agreed to be on the show. Miller says the toy was too big, but despite her repeated objections, Bubba forced the sex act to continue. Her lawsuit says that the radio host berated her when she tried to back out and threatened to stop promoting her Web site, according to the Tribune.

Miller had appeared on Bubba's show twice before the June 12 program that is the subject of her lawsuit.




 
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