Porn stars who filmed raunchy sex scenes in Mexican national park could face charges – World News

Four porn stars could be charged for exceeding “moral limits” after they filmed a sex scene on board a boat in a national park in Mexico.

Adult actor Alex Marín romped with Mía Marín, Giselle Montes and Yamileth Ramírez in a four-way scene as the vessel made its way down the Grijalva River in Chiapas last week.

He even took to Twitter to boast about the group’s raunchy scene and teased his followers with a cheeky preview into what they were filming.

In the now deleted tweet he wrote: “What’s up, here we are; We are going to go to the Canyon to take some super hot photos, which no one has ever taken.

“It is the first time that models and actresses have taken photos in the Grand Canyon of the Sumidero.”



Alex Marín and Giselle Montes both took part in the flim
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Grijalva River runs through the Sumidero Canyon which is a beauty spot and home to endangered species such as spider monkeys, river crocodiles, and ocelots.

It also has rainforests and grassland.



Mía Marín participated in the sex scenes
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The porn stars’ action has angered the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas – the Mexican Government’s agency that manages protected sites across the country.

It is calling for the porn stars to be prosecuted for exceeding “moral limits” and for violating the natural beauty of the national park.



Porn star Mía Marín was one of the three women
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In a statement, the agency said: “Films of sexual content were made that harm the image of the icon representing the pride of Chiapas and goes beyond the limits of morals and good customs.

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“These images damage the connection that Chiapas have to our emblem, social and cultural, since the imposing Canyon is located in the heart of Chiapas as the symbol of our battles and the roots of our peoples.”



The porn shoot took place on a boat floating on River Grijalva in Chiapas
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The x-rated film starts have also been slammed by the municipal government of Chiapa de Corzo, where the Sumidero Canyon is located.

However one official thinks the scandal could result in the park becoming a tourist attraction which could be a good thing as the coronavirus pandemic has battered local tourism.

Manuel Niño Gutiérrez, president of the Central Chiapas Hotel and Motel Association, told local media: “In a way I see it as a promotion to the destination.

“They (the actors) are coming because it is a safe place and they chose this location due its nature.”