TikTok is a popular platform for turning normal Gen-Z kids into superstars, allowing them to express their creative dancing abilities, lip sync perfectly or become one-minute vloggers. But what happens when those on the platform are manipulated into exploiting those kids once they turn 18 for profit in the porn industry?

This investigative piece uncovers how a convicted felon deceived the masses, rose to create two seemingly powerhouse talent management companies, all while targeting the most popular, barely legal TikTokers. And continues to do so.

A Promising Career Derailed by Drugs, Alcohol, & Pornography

Parents, I’m not sure how to tell you this, but your daughter’s favorite TikTok boy is probably dabbling in the porn industry. Your 14-year-old daughter is in love with Kyle Colver, I can almost promise you that she is. 

He’s a young, fit, extremely attractive young man with cool blue eyes that make even the Pacific jealous. 

Colver has millions of young female fans and was one of the most visible and influential TikTokers of 2019 and early 2020. He signed to TalentX Management, which to some influencers, is the pinnacle of their social media career. 

Then, without warning, Colver began erratically posting explicit media of himself taking drugs. He could be seen downing huge handles of whiskey, tequila and vodka, almost any day of the week.

Colver began to frequently appear on every TikTok “tea” page due to his excessive drinking and public partying. He also joined RaxClub, a pornographic management and media brand that specializes in sexually fetishizing barely legal males. 

He is heavily featured on RaxClub’s free OnlyFans, and the RaxClub TikTok and Instagram accounts, which also features various TikTok stars engaging in overtly sexual situations, including orgies with other young males. 

According to RaxClub’s Only Fans description, “RaxClub is the fastest growing 18+ club with the biggest social media names exclusively teaming up to be the best launch-pad for well-known influencers and the hottest models on OnlyFans; Collectively we hold over 9 million followers across our social media platforms; We are a mixture of well-known creators and the hottest explicit models on Onlyfans here to bring you the best experience with custom content, cosplay, real experiences, and personally worn clothing.”

But here’s what’s most concerning: Colver is promoting all of this pornographic content to underaged users on TikTok alongside the rest of his social media pages via links in his bios. 

The free RaxClub OnlyFans page features a vastly different kind of merch for private sale than what you would ever want your child to buy. Through RaxClub exclusively, personally worn underwear that Colver had ejaculated onto or urinated into, dirty socks, sweaty jockstraps and more are selling to anyone willing to pay a premium for them. 

Over a period of three-months, we were quoted between $350-$1200 for each “personally worn item,” after signing up with several fake accounts. If we wanted to watch my favorite influencer ejaculate or urinate on the items, with a video we could keep, the price went up significantly.

It is worth noting that anyone can sign up for an OnlyFans account, which requires zero proof of age to join. Anyone with an email is able to sign up for the service, as long as they attest that they are at least 18-years of age.

Promoting pornographic content of any kind is a direct violation of TikTok’s Terms Of Service agreement, but as we’ve seen since the social media platform’s inception, TikTok doesn’t always enforce these rules. Protecting those underaged from pornographic content appears not even a blip on their radar. 

The BBC reported an explosive story about child predators remaining on the TikTok platform, even after they had been repeatedly reported. TikTok has been fined for collecting info on children under the age of 13 and was temporarily banned in several countries for exposing people to unwanted porn, in addition to exposing children to sexual predators. 

In May of 2020, a California man pled guilty to coercing more than 50 children on TikTok into producing child porn. Skirting the line of inappropriate “sexual” content has been long taken advantage of by huge underage creators. 

One of the most obvious examples of that has been the career of Ryan Clements. His videos frequently show he and his underage friends rolling up their shorts and showing their visible penis lines (VPL) to gain legions of underage fans

On this single video alone, posted when he was only 16, more than half-a-million people liked comments referencing Clements’ penis. Dozens of videos posted on Clements’ page have “It looked at me first,” as the most-liked comment. 

RaxClub models have over 20 million followers with a calculated estimate that over 75% of those are under the age of 18. Colver, however, is not alone. RaxClub has been aggressively recruiting and fetishizing barely legal for the last several months––and their client list will shock you. Perhaps the most surprising thing is not their roster, but who is behind this “Members-Only Club for Elite Models.”

DTFHQ: A Calculated Tale of Deception, Smoke & Mirrors

The RaxClub story really begins in 2014, when then 16-year-old Alex LaBeouf, A.K.A. Alex Lee, A.K.A. Alex From Target catapulted to fame, due to a viral photo of him posted at work. 

LaBeouf gained millions of followers across several social media platforms almost overnight, appearing on nearly every national T.V. show and almost every teen magazine in existence

Fast forward just two years to Dec. 2016 and something peculiar happened. Suddenly, all LeBeouf’s verified social media handles were unexpectedly switched over to a new brand called Down To Fundraise Headquarters (DTFHQ). All of LaBeouf’s past posts were completely wiped. 

All of this was done without any public explanation, leaving millions of teenagers who were actively looking for LaBeouf’s content now face to face with DTFHQ’s. 

And that’s when a “Stephen Stone” emerged from the shadows of LaBeouf’s success. Remember that name. You’ll be hearing much more about him later in this story.

Screenshot of Alex from Target

In 2017, LeBeouf resurfaced, explaining some of the anomalies that had plagued the minds of his fans since his sudden disappearance just two years prior. In a 2017 YouTube video, LeBeouf claimed the manager he hired had access to his entire social media presence and everything was going well — until it wasn’t. 

“Some sketchy [things] started happening with his stuff so we ended the management thing,” LeBeouf said. LeBeouf then attempted to make it on his own, but that didn’t work out as planned. Shortly after firing his manager, LeBeouf said his social media engagement worsened. 

He eventually hired new help, only to discover that the new management had allegedly stolen “well over $30,000” from him, so he fired them and gave up on social media altogether. 

According to LeBeouf, his original management team allegedly took over his YouTube channel, including admin rights that would give the now ex-manager all rights to anything he posted, including financial income. 

However, LeBeouf says he was eventually able to gain access to his old YouTube account to post a fresh video directing fans to his new account, which allegedly prompted the old manager to completely wipe out the original “Alex from Target” account.

LeBeouf resurfaced in 2018 to talk about the situation once again.

“So, my [old] manager had taken my YouTube away from me. We were trying to get it back for over a year — a little over a year and a half. I didn’t want to start from scratch. That just wouldn’t be ideal when I already had a page that had like 150,000 subscribers,” LeBeouf dished to J-14. 

“Then, we couldn’t get it back for that year and a half. So, I had guessed the login for it a few weeks ago and I got into it. Instantly, I was like ‘Alright, I need to start posting YouTube videos. I finally got my YouTube back,’” he said.

“I was looking into the settings and stuff and I found out that he (the old manager) still has admin over the page. When you have admin, you have all the rights to whatever they create and all the money they make,” he said.

Over the next four years, LaBeouf’s former accounts were used to promote many failed “charity” projects and the DTFHQ Instagram account lost over 1.6 million followers in the process. Stone posted photos of huge megastars such as Nick Jonas, Zac Efron, Shawn Mendes and KJ Apa, prominently featuring them on the DTFHQ page, leading many to believe that DTFHQ had actually partnered with the stars that they had pictured. 

That was not the case. We reached out to all four of their teams to inquire about their relationships with DTFHQ. 

Jonas’ team stated they “have never heard of DTFHQ and have no business relationship of any kind with them.” 

Apa’s team responded and said they “have no knowledge of DTFHQ, and have never worked with a Stephen Stone.” 

Mendes and Efron’s team had not responded to my request by the time this story went to press.

DTFHQ’s Instagram bio currently reads: “@dtfHQ partners with #influencers & #celebrities to host events, campaigns, & giveaways for #Nonprofits.”

DTFHQ is a registered business in the State of California, however, it is not a registered non-profit, but registered as a for profit corporation, and Stephen Stone––actually Stephen Stone Marez––is on the DTFHQ payroll. 

We were unable to locate any evidence of charitable donations made by DTFHQ, despite an exhaustive search.

Huge gaps in continuity on the DTFHQ social media pages now exist, as Stone regularly deletes or archives posts on LaBeouf’s former pages, after each new venture fails, or new ones are birthed. 

One such venture, born in the late spring of 2020, was a failed T.V. show titled “The Social Experience Live”. The show was to feature prominent influencer talent who traveled the country looking for the next member of The Social Squad, a creator house in Los Angeles that DTFHQ was putting together. 

Neither the creator house nor the show ever came to fruition, and the creators involved in the creation expressed frustration to me that the $100,000 they were each promised for the show never materialized. One of the creators tapped for the project was 18-year old Colver, who was now living with Stone and several other similarly aged boys, in a tiny 1,000 square foot apartment in Los Angeles County.

The Birth of RaxClub: An “Exclusive” Porn Community

In Sept. 2020, Colver, Jack Bono and Chris Wilson simultaneously began posting various aspects of a weekend trip to Las Vegas that then-unknown RaxClub had allegedly paid for. 

The posts featured the three boys traveling to and from Vegas, lounging by the pool, hanging out on the Las Vegas strip, fancy dinners, relaxing in their hotel suite and of course, drinking (it’s worth noting that obviously, none of the guys are of legal drinking age). 

For the entire weekend, each time Colver, Bono or Wilson would make a social media post, they would plug RaxClub social media accounts, often thanking RaxClub for treating them to a free luxurious weekend in Sin City. Colver, Bono, and Wilson’s fanbases, clueless about what RaxClub actually was, began to blindly follow RaxClub’s social media accounts by the thousands.

RaxClub’s social media pages were sleek and cryptic, billing themselves as “A Members-Only Club,” promising luxury, money and travel. 

As tens of thousands of young girls began to follow RaxClub across their various social media platforms, the brand began to post increasingly more sexual content, including videos in which their favorite influencers reveal whether they are a “top or bottom,” prefer condom use or not, and whether they are dominant or submissive in the bedroom.  

Many of the images posted on the RaxClub Instagram page are images stolen from other pages. Some of the original owners of these photos have even commented on the stolen images, expressing dissatisfaction with their images ending up on a porn promotion page.

DTFHQ & RaxClub: Child-Centric Businesses Run By a Bankrupt, Convicted Felon

In June of 2008, the State of New Mexico charged Stephen E. Marez, A.K.A. Stephen Stone, with two felony counts of Criminal Sexual Penetration of a child aged 13-16 years old. Marez was also charged with four felony counts of Contributing To The Delinquency Of A Minor. Under New Mexico State Law, Criminal Sexual Penetration in the fourth degree is defined as:

  • (1)      Criminal Sexual Penetration in the fourth degree is perpetrated on a child thirteen to sixteen years of age when the perpetrator is at least eighteen years of age and is at least four years older than the child and not the spouse of that child; or  
  • (2)      perpetrated on a child thirteen to eighteen years of age when the perpetrator, who is a licensed school employee, an unlicensed school employee, a school contract employee, a school health service provider, or a school volunteer, and who is at least eighteen years of age and is at least four years older than the child and not the spouse of that child, learns while performing services in or for a school that the child is a student in a school. 
Source: mugshots.com

Stone pleaded guilty to half-a-dozen felony charges and completed the terms of his sentence in New Mexico. It is unclear if Stone was ever required to register as a sex offender as a part of the terms of his sentence. 

In 2008, Stone also filed for bankruptcy in New Mexico, listing only members of his family as debtors. An objection to the bankruptcy was filed in early Dec. of 2008, the reason unclear, before finally being discharged approximately one-week later.

RaxClub Announces Brand-New Member, Zach Adams, Less Than One-Week After Adams Was Jailed for Sexually Assaulting a Minor

On Jan. 3, 2021, RaxClub announced its newest sexually explicit model, 20-year-old TikToker Zach Adams. 

Adams had flown in the day before from Florida, landing in Los Angeles to create promotional social media and pornographic content with RaxClub’s other clients. What RaxClub failed to acknowledge was that a mere 48 hours before flying to California, Adams was sitting in a Bradford County, Florida jail cell for felony sexual assault of a minor and obscene communications with a minor, also a felony charge. Adams was arrested on Dec. 29, 2020. 

The December arrest was Adams’ second arrest of the year. According to the Bradford County Clerk of Courts, Adams’ family posted 10% cash bail, with AAA Bail Bonds in Starke, Florida putting up the rest of Adams’ $50,000 bond. 

The terms of his release were unclear; however, less than one week after being arrested for sex crimes against a minor, Adams is being celebrated by RaxClub and disseminating pornographic content to his mostly underage female fanbase on TikTok. 

His new Los Angeles hangout? The house of Stephen “Stone” Marez.

RaxClub’s Flash-In-The-Pan Contract with A Lifetime of Consequences

During my investigation for this piece, I obtained a full copy of the RaxClub/DTFHQ contract from several different influencers who spoke to me about their experiences being recruited for RaxClub. A full copy of RaxClub’s 10-page contract can be found here. 

This flash-in-the-pan contract benefits RaxClub almost exclusively, namely the growth of RaxClub’s new brand, and doesn’t provide the influencer with enough protections compared to other contracts.

It is also one of the shortest influencer contracts in comparison. Despite being only a 30-day agreement, RaxClub insists that the talent must “publicly display business relationships” between content creator and RaxClub on their social media pages and lists a shared email for any business inquiry. 

So, this means that an influencer like Garett Nolan, (currently signed to RaxClub) who has nearly 12-million followers (a large amount of those followers under 18-years old) across his social platforms is now pointing his followers to RaxClub’s free pornographic content. It also sends the followers back to Nolan’s OnlyFans, featuring videos of Nolan masturbating to orgasm, engaging in orgy situations with other influencers, and selling “personally worn clothing.”

Stone could, in theory, ‘rent’ these huge influencers for just a month and have the rights to their image, name and brand for the rest of time.

At any point after the initial 30-days, RaxClub is free to terminate the agreement, and Nolan is branded as someone who has allegedly been involved in pornographic acts. RaxClub is also entitled to use nude photos, videos, social media content, the influencers likeness, name and all other content produced by or for RaxClub forever, even if the influencer wants out of the contract, or the contract expires. 

Stone could, in theory, “rent” these huge influencers for just one month, and have the rights to their image, name and brand indefinitely. In the cases of Logan Lang, fitness model Gianpaolo D’aquino, Tristan Blane and Jack Bono, the damage is even more devastating. 

As they had all just turned 18 prior to signing with RaxClub, they had no real-life experience to make such life altering choices. Tristan Duke was attached to RaxClub just a few short days after turning 18. RaxClub’s official announcement billed him as “freshly legal with over a million followers across his platform, adding, “This boy is beautiful and does not disappoint.” 

Just a boy, indeed. The mere fetishization of “freshly legal” teens is entirely based on the taboo of being almost (but not quite) illegal.

Jack Bono: A TikTok Celebrity with Olympic Dreams Shattered By Drugs and Porn

Jack Bono, 18, had everything going for him before joining RaxClub, moving from Michigan and into Stone’s Los Angeles apartment. Bono had garnered over two million TikTok followers, with an extremely promising Olympic career ahead of him. 

Bono, however, much like many of the other RaxClub boys, fell into drugs, alcohol and porn. 

“Kyle (Colver) was a really bad influence on Jack,” says another TikTok star, and mutual friend of both Bono and Colver, who told Scriberr Investigations on the condition of anonymity.

Kyle Clover, Jack Bono, Chris Wilson
Jack Bono, Chris Wilson, Kyle Clover

“I Haven’t Seen Them Sober In Months”

“I haven’t seen either one of them [Colver or Bono] sober in months,” the anonymous source laments. 

“It’s really sad. They’re a toxic combination. Neither one of them have any self-control, and Stephen promised them so much money for this OnlyFans thing, but they’ve been stuck living at Stephen’s crammed in with all the other guys he has living there,” they said. 

The source says he believes there’s six or seven boys living with Stone sleeping in the living room, next to the kitchen. 

“The apartment is gross. They want out, but they don’t want to move back home, and they spend the little money they do make on weed and alc … and now they’re f*cking with meth,” they said.

“It used to be just a little coke here and there…I stay away from that shit, but I’m honestly afraid that Kyle is going to die if he doesn’t slow down. It’s bad. They feed each other’s demons.” 

Worse yet, Bono has surrounded himself with the most problematic influencers, including his romantic involvement with Dayna Marie, who, last week was fined thousands of dollars for repeatedly having COVID-19 super spreader parties over the holidays.

Dayne Murray & Anthony Perlongo: Problematic Content House Rejects

Dayne Murray once had a promising social media career. He was a member of a popular creator house in Los Angeles, setting his sights on leaving his career in the marines for  Hollywood. 

As part of the creator house, Murray gained hundreds-of-thousands of followers, almost overnight. But within a few short months, he had allegedly been kicked out of the house, leaving him no choice but to head back to his hometown in New Jersey. 

Fast forward a few short months and Murray was back in Los Angeles, creating content for RaxClub, and peddling their unique brand of porn to his vastly underage female following, much like the others. 

Since joining RaxClub, Murray has been publicly shunned for attacking the Black Lives Matter movement, peddling right-wing conspiracy theories, making homophobic and misogynistic comments and equating COVID-19 deaths to car accident fatalities. 

Murray has engaged in nearly constant public battles with both the media and fans over his problematic behavior, even going so far to “fully agree” with the domestic terrorists who put up a cross in Washington D.C., not even realizing that the cross was put up in Michigan at a smaller pro-Trump protest. 

“Jesus stormed the temple, flipped tables and restored order to the temple. The American people want to restore order in this country. I fully agree with these people that want to put a cross up and prove that Jesus is the answer to all answers,” Murray wrote on Twitter. 

Murray has been steadily losing followers on his social platforms for months and his comments sections are filled with disgusted fans.

Anthony Perlongo hails from what has been labeled the most problematic content house in Los Angeles. From stabbings and shootingsthousands of pounds of trash piled up in the backyard, dozens of COVID-19 super-spreader events and a plethora of complaints about hard drugs–– Perlongo is no stranger to controversy. After bouncing from content house to content house throughout 2020, Perlongo finally landed at, you guessed it, the tiny apartment of Stone.

Stephen “Stone” Marez’s Sexual Impropriety Continues

During our months-long investigation for this story, a common accusation continued to emerge from the young men we interviewed. Stone allegedly frequently solicited nude photos and sex with barely legal straight men, often offering to pay in cash or services for their services.

It was like a rabbit hole. Every time we interviewed someone that told us Stone had solicited sexually explicit photos and videos, they gave us the name and number of at least one other person that they were familiar with that Stone had done the same to. 

In total, 11 people told us that Stone allegedly approached them to purchase sexually explicit photos and videos or requested actual sex acts. A former RaxClub member, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to protect his public image, told me that Stone allegedly asked him no less than a dozen times to engage in sexual acts with him.

Tristan “Blane” Duke: A Convenient Fall Guy in a Web of Deception

Tristan Blane’s role in RaxClub is a bit of a different story than the rest of the guys. Instead of being listed as a Brand Ambassador for the company, Duke is listed as an “Official RaxClub Partner.” 

So what does an official Raxclub partner actually do? We asked several members and former members and those knowledgeable about the subject who all told me the same things. 

“Tristan is responsible for recruiting guys and is calling a lot of the shots in RaxClub,” said one former RaxClub member to Scriberr Investigations. “Stephen brainwashed Tristan bad,” says another former RaxClub member. 

“He has Tristan thinking he’s going to make millions of dollars recruiting these guys, and Tristan’s letting it go to his head, big time. Stephen is letting Tristan make the mistakes, so he can shuffle blame onto someone else.”

Facing Fines & Eviction, Vance Randolph & Tristan Blane Continue Hosting Huge Parties During Covid-19 Pandemic; Utility Shutoff “Imminent;” Possible Criminal Charges

Last week, several media outlets reported that Blane and fellow RaxClub member Vance Randolph had been hosting massive parties at Randolph’s downtown Los Angeles apartment.  The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to us that they have been called multiple times to the residence, and that several people associated with the parties at the residence have received large fines. 

The parties made international news and sparked outrage among the local community.  Outlets from all over the world have been reporting on RaxClub hosting huge COVID-19 super spreader parties over the holiday week. That did nothing to deter both Blane and Randolph from continuing to party every night, taunting the media in the process. 

Randolph publicly posted a number of photos and profanity-laden videos of the parties to his social media. one of which included both Blane and Randolph telling a journalist “F*ck You,” because he had previously reported on the pair and their illegal gatherings. 

Two people at the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office said that their office is aware of both Randolph and Blane, the parties and that utility shutoff is imminent. The mayor’s office has reportedly instructed LAPD to adopt a zero-tolerance policy toward the pair, and when I reached out to the leasing office for Randolph’s apartment, they told me that they were exploring eviction options.

Vance Randolph Using His Apartment as a Makeshift Porn Studio

“Like, 25-people were drinking, hanging out, and (porn star) Kelly Kay showed up and just got naked,” one guest at Randolph’s apartment on the evening in question told Scriberr News. 

“It was actually uncomfortable. Four or five of the RaxClub guys took off their shirts and Kelly started groping all of them. It turned into a porn shoot. We were all just like, uhhh … a bunch of us left,” said another witness to the event. 

The shoot being referred to is an orgy-style setup featuring Chris Wilson, Kyle Colver, Garett Nolan, Gianpaolo D’aquino and, of course, Kelly Kay Green. Green is a woman 10-years the boys senior who was arrested, jailed and even interrogated by the FBI for a nude Superbowl stunt in early 2020. After her arrest, Kay bragged about the arrest, despite being charged with criminal trespassing. 

The man behind the camera directing the shoot was Stephen “Stone” Marez.

Image from RaxClub OnlyFans
Stephen “Stone” Marez
Screenshot from Tristan Blane’s Snapchat

RaxClub’s Team of Associates, Desperate for Fame & Attention

Aside from Stone and the influencers peddling porn to underaged followers, a small group of clingers-on are helping to spread the RaxClub brand and assisting their executives and its members. According to two former RaxClub members, their sole goal is to stay around long enough to generate a quick buck, and attention to their own failed social media careers. 

Jessica Rost is one example. 

“Jess parties more and takes more drugs than any of the guys,” one of the former members told Scriberr News. “Jess has slept with nearly everyone at Stephen’s and was living there for months. I’ve seen her so many times, and don’t honestly think I’ve ever met her sober.”

Heidi Faber is another example of inexperience and bad management, according to sources we interviewed.

 “She’s 19, but she thinks she’s a lawyer, a manager and some sort of social media mogul, but all she does is drink and try to get into influencer parties,” says a current RaxClub member, who said he is actively trying to distance himself from the brand. 

Allegedly, we were told Faber acts as Tristan Duke’s assistant and also assists with helping Stone locate talent who would be a “good fit” for RaxClub. When we inquired as to what a good fit entailed, the member said, “cute, with lots of followers, and the younger the better.” 

Faber frequently posts her own social media stories, offering to pose in photos and videos for men (or women) that buy her expensive lingerie from Victoria’s Secret, and other websites, according to her SnapChat posts. 

Faber has created several failed “management companies” on Instagram over the 18-months, according to people we interviewed. She’s also been criticized by the media and fans for relentlessly partying in Los Angeles. Her excuse? “You’re only young once.”

We reached out to Faber to comment and she told us she is not part of RaxClub. In response to thinking of herself as a lawyer as claimed, she said, “I told previous clients to contact a lawyer regarding a past circumstance and that I had also contacted one, but I never thought of myself as a lawyer ever.”

Screenshot from Heidi Faber’s Snapchat
Screenshot from Heidi Faber’s Snapchat

“For anyone that knows me they know I don’t drink,” she added. “Yes I have attended influencer parties in the past before covid because I was invited and I was a manager as well as an influencer but I was always sober at them,” she said.

Based on screenshots Faber sent us, she does not work directly with RaxClub, she is just an associate.

Kanou Awata, Stone’s personal helper works closely with many RaxClub members. 

“Kanou is a wannabe, desperate for attention,” said one of RaxClub’s current members. 

“He’s always with Jack (Bono) and Dayna (Marie), partying and doing reckless shit. He’s definitely problematic,” they said. 

Indeed, Kanou shared many public SnapChat videos, showing him and members of RaxClub at Dayna Marie’s holiday parties, including the aftermath, which required several days to clean. 

We reached out to Marie’s apartment leasing office who told us that “eviction is on the table if this behavior continues,” continuing with “we have a no-tolerance policy for large parties, and will do whatever necessary to ensure the safety of our residents.”

Awata frequently posts videos of him doing illegal and dangerous things, such as a recent post showing him doing “burnouts” on a Los Angeles freeway.

A Clear Lack of Supervision Equals A Total Lack of Accountability

One clear problem with RaxClub lies with those who are running it and everyone who seems to associate with it. Based on our interviews and research, the company is inherently dangerous to the influencers it purports to represent. 

RaxClub seems to be a sort of catch-all for social media rejects and those already problematic influencers who would rather party, drink and take drugs than work hard. The fact that a convicted felon, who was charged with counts involving pedophilia, like Stone has been able to create a company in which he has convinced extremely young influencers to peddle porn to their vastly underage audience is, without question, a calculated act. At best, grossly negligent, dangerous and irresponsible. 

Stone and the influencers he’s conned are well-aware that they are promoting porn to their young audiences, but are so driven by blind desperation for the Hollywood spotlight and celebrity lifestyle that they have set all morals aside for a quick buck. 

This could prove problematic for the managers pushing these rebranded forms of pornography. Promoting pornography to children for profit is a clear case of child exploitation. It also goes against the terms of service for every social media platform. 

With Twitter permanently suspending the account of President Donald Trump, there’s a possibility that social media companies are actively looking to deplatform those that do more public harm than good.

Scriberr Investigations reached out to Stone for comment but he did not respond, so we left a voicemail. The second time we called, the call was immediately declined.

All of the influencers involved in this article were reached out to for comment as of Jan. 10. Some did not respond back for comment, while others declined to comment until they speak to their lawyers.

UPDATE: The Bradford County Telegraph reported additional details on the arrest of RaxClub’s Zachary Adams. According to Adams underage victim, Adams allegedly repeatedly forced her to have sex with him over a period of years, beginning in 2018, which started when the victim was only 15-years old. 

Authorities were notified in early December, 2020 by a doctor who examined the victim, and called the police. According to the victim, Adams allegedly threatened to embarrass and expose her to her family, threatening to make her life a “living hell.”

When police interviewed Adams’ legal guardian, he admitted to knowing the pair were sexually involved. Adams’ legal guardian also advised Adams to stay away from underage girls. 

After interviewing Adams, authorities had enough evidence to arrest him for sexual battery, a first-degree felony. Adams also reportedly admitted during the interview that he had received nude photos of a minor with his cell phone, and also used a cellular device to sexually communicate with a minor.

UPDATE: As a result of this publication, RaxClub has now taken down all TikTok names that they were associated with on their website, as well as their Instagram page.

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    Wow.. their families must be so proud

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    Great exposition honestly. I had kept up with some of the guys in Raxclub before… and when I saw them start to do OnlyFans and start promoting it everywhere (knowing they have an underage fanbase), definitely set off some red flags. Super irresponsible, dumb, and predatory, but then again tiktok guys have never really been known for being bright, have they?

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      This is true, Unfortunate situation. An example has to be made.

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    Devastating to read this, supported Tristan for so long, he had so much going for him and to see him go from a bad situation to an even worse one, and see how much he has changed in the last few months has been so disappointing. It seems like no one around him has his best interests at heart, and it is just so sad to witness someone’s career potentially be over before it even started. I hope he comes to his senses and really distances himself from this whole situation before it’s too late for him.

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    As bad as this news piece makes things sound, the truth about Stephen and the other guys involved is actually so much more sinister. They haven’t stopped. Only gotten worse. This should be a criminal investigation, and not just a news piece.

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    I lived with Stephen for a bit. Like 8 of us piled into his disgusting apartment. He promised TV shows and all kind of other things that never come true. This article barely touches the tip of what’s really going on. Tristan is just as manipulative as Stephen and they’ve all discussed and laughed about all the kids buying their OF stuff. It doesn’t bother them at all. Now they’re pretending Stephen stepped down when he really still lives at their new place. Now they throw huge pandemic parties. They’ve already destroyed their new place. They all need to rot in prison.

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