A screenshot from a video on SheFights.net shows a woman in a bikini mercilessly pummeling a man.
A St. Petersburg company is making money selling videos of beautiful women violently beating up men. A lawsuit now claims that the men in the videos are homeless and are being taken advantage of.
The St. Petersburg Times reports the men are paid $50 to participate in the fetish videos, which are posted on then posted on SheFights.net. The women are scantily clad -- sometimes topless -- and the "beatdowns" on the male participants seem merciless.
Photo Gallery: Pictures of a SheFights.net "beatdown" (warning: graphic content)
The lawsuit claims that the homeless men were vulnerable and in need of money, and seeks damages for medical costs and emotional distress. One man said he suffered a dislocated arm, while another received a black eye and multiple lacerations.
The website below shows the women hurting the homeless men.
Link: Shefights.net *warning extremely graphic*
The owner of the website, Jeffrey S. Williams, tells the St. Pete Times the men were willing participants who returned to participate several times.
In an email to the Associated Press on Tuesday, Williams wrote that his side of the story "will come out in court."
Full story: Beaten down for $50
10 News and The Associated Press